March 28, 2011
Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz
Hans Krampe returns to discuss the book Dönitz at Nuremberg: A Re-Appraisal—War Crimes and the Military Professional and his article “Dönitz and the American Brass.” Topics include:
- U.S. Flag Officers call the guilty verdict against Admiral Dönitz a mistake and a stain on the reputation of the U.S. Military–10 years after the fact;
- U.S. Pres. Roosevelt secretly promoted attacks against German Navy in the Atlantic while claiming U.S. neutrality;
- The IMT dispensed with habeas corpus, invented crimes ex post facto, and allowed only selected documents to be presented;
- Murray Cohen Bernays created the “legal framework” for the IMT and a majority of the interrogators were also Jews;
- Once Hans realized he had been lied to, his attitude toward Britain, Canada, Poland and Jews changed.
Hans Krampe lives in central British Columbia and was a feature writer for The Radical, 1998-2002. He was born in Germany during WWII and spent his early years in East Germany. After a stint in the German navy he immigrated to Canada back in the 1970s. Hans can be reached by email at email@example.com
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