‘Operation Valkyrie’: The failed plot to kill Adolf Hitler
23 July 2023 | 5:52 pm
No other act of resistance against Adolf Hitler had such a long-term impact as the assassination attempt by Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg. Nevertheless, his plans remain controversial to this day.
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