So antisemitisch war der militärische Widerstand

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Anti-Semitism was a common phenomenon among the July 20 conspirators: Claus von Stauffenberg professed his allegiance to National Socialism, and some conspirators even participated in the Holocaust. Their attempted coup had other motives.

Shortly after the outbreak of World War II, Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg wrote to his wife Nina about his first impressions in Poland:

"The population is an incredible rabble, a great many Jews and a great many mixed people. A people who only feel comfortable under the knout."

Evidence that in 1939 Stauffenberg basically affirmed the Nazis' racial policy. There is no evidence that the Nazis' radical anti-Semitism was a central motive for Stauffenberg's resistance to Hitler, says historian Peter Steinbach, director of the German Resistance Memorial Center in Berlin:
So antisemitisch war der militärische Widerstand

Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg - Helmuth James Graf von Moltke.jpg