I have had a book that was willed to me by my father, it had just laid around since 2003, but yesterday I picked it up and started reading it.
I have since then read it from cover to cover. It was a very interesting (To say the least) read for people that are into these types of things.
I suppose the most profound story that I had read in this book was called "The Man Who Fought Alone".
There is a very clear disclaimer in the book for people to not infringe on the plagiarism or copyright laws for the book to be reproduced in any way
shape or form without the consent of the publisher, but I thought it would be all right to discuss it here.
(If I am wrong MOD's, You Know what to do..)
Here is the cover of the book I am referring to;
"The Man Who Fought Alone"
In the explanation of this story, there apparently was a man that was Anti-Nazi, he had despised the fuhrer with a passion. The man in question had
worked for a pub that was planning an upcoming event for Hitler to give a Pro-Nazi speech to some military personal, keep in mind this is all pre-war
The man had made a bomb and placed under the stage that held the podium that Hitler was to give his speech on Nazi grandiosity's. He had planned it
all out to the exact time and placed the bomb in it's hidden compartment with a set timer to go off as the speech was going, or at least right at the
end of it.
Turns out that Hitler had showed up early and the speech was given before the bomb could do it's job. It seems as if Hitler had someone watching out
for him, because the bomb did go off, but it was unfortunately after the fuhrer had already left the propinquity and was well on his way down the
The bomb did go off, there were no serious injuries, but the explosion shook neighboring businesses and homes. There were some minor injuries reported
by the employees of the pub, and the building was left in a shamble.
This all took place around the 1939 era.
There were at least a dozen or more good reads in this particular book, but this really stuck out as an act of ill-fated fate.
Just think, if this guy would of succeeded, there would of been no Third Reich and no Hitler to commit the crimes and atrocities that took place
during his Nazi revolution.
And the SS would of been none existent, people of the upwards count of 6 Mil. would still be alive and the only fatality would of been the destruction
of the creator of this event ever taking place.
I would also like to add that this book is listed as a nonfictional category as well.