Count Heinrich von Einsiedel RIP

Discussion in 'Memorials & Cemeteries' started by Adrian Roberts, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. Adrian Roberts

    Adrian Roberts Active Member

  2. Kyt

    Kyt Άρης

    Naive seems to be an apt description. However, his case seems to highlight the issue of "disciple complex" quite well - he seemed to have had a desire to follow two different totalitarian systems, and I wonder whether that is symptomatic of his own personal upbringing (being brought up as a Bismarck must have been strict), or a wider Germanic trait of that time? Though he changed sides during the war, there were plenty of ex-Nazis who thrived under the post-war communist regime in East Germany.

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