David Irving Rommel (Part 2) (22:21 Min)

Published: 2020-11-21

In this 22 minute video, the brilliant revisionist writer and researcher David Irving, continues his superb narration of the “Desert Fox”, Field Marshall Erwin Rommel. David continues the story from (Part 1) where Rommel is preparing the German forces in France to resist the Allied invasion. David relates how Rommel was told by Hitler that Normandy was the allied object, while the General Staff assumed it would be the Calais area. Rommel had to chose the resources given to the 7th Army in Normandy, and the 15th Army in the Calais area. David breaks new ground in his rendition of Rommel facing implication by his officers in the plot to kill Hitler in July 1944. Some of these officers went on to gain high rank in the Army of the Federal republic, and David notes that their interrogations by the State Secret Police are now “missing”. Eventually, Rommel gets a visit from the Army Personnel Office and is accused of treason. Rommel admits his guilt and to  prevent a shameful end to his life, agrees to secretly take poison, thus having a state funeral as a hero of Germany.


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Published: 2020-11-21
First posted on CODOH: Nov. 21, 2020, 4:19 a.m.
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