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It was definitely a point of discussion, but never brought up outright because Hitler would have exterminated those who dared to question his intentions, superficial or not. In my opinion, however, this outline of the "perfect Aryan" only showed that he wasn't selfish and that he was not promoting this ideal master race out of his own twisted image to ...


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Because the 9th Army of SS General Felix Steiner existed, but only on paper. At full strength, this army could plausibly have taken on the First Byelorussian Front. But General Steiner balked because he was outnumbered 10 to 1 by this Russian unit (rather than say, 2 to 1, as might have been the case earlier in the war). At this late date, much the same ...


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