Claus von Stauffenberg Officer of The german army during Ww2

Tunisia 1942- He lost his left eye, right hand, and two fingers on his left hand. While recovering at home, members of the resistance movement came and asked him to join.

Operation Valkyrie

The briefcase was moved a few moments before the bomb went off and didn't explode as big as they wanted to. The oak leg saved Hitler's life.

Aftermath of the bomb

When the plot failed, co-conspirator Friedrich Fromm turned everyone else involved in so that he would live. Stauffenberg was shot along with other conspirators by a firing squad at Bendlerblock in Berlin.

He and his wife had 5 children.

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