Claus von Stauffenberg was part of a failed bid to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944. He and other German military officers involved in the plot were executed soon after. Stauffenberg's oldest son talks about his father's legacy in today's military.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas condemned right-wing populism in Europe as he commemorated the 1944 plot to kill Hitler. The minister noted that some in the anti-Nazi resistance dreamt of a "European federation."
74 years after the failed assassination plot on Adolf Hitler, hundreds of descendants of Nazi resistance fighters have made an urgent public appeal for a united Europe.
An AfD state youth leader called the German officer who attempted to assassinate Hitler a "coward" and "traitor." The Facebook post has landed him in hot water within the right-wing populist party.
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