Most historians generally agree that Van der Lubbe was involved in the Reichstag fire. The extent of the damage, however, has led to
considerable debate over whether he acted alone. Considering the speed with which the fire engulfed the building, Van der Lubbe's reputation as a
fool hungry for fame, and cryptic comments by leading Nazi officials, it is generally believed that the Nazi hierarchy was involved in order to
reap political gain.
Pardon my ignorance...
So, we don't know for sure that the Nazis did start the fire at the Reichstag? (although there's no doubt that they benefited)
I mean, it's supposedly the prime example of a false-flag op, there has to be more evidence than the supposed Goering confession. (hearsay) I had
always been under the impression that the evidence against the Nazi was solid- it appears it isn't at all. Is anyone familiar with the incident?
Was it a false-flag operation, or Allied propaganda?
[edit on 18/1/09 by ConspiracyNut23]