Telegram taken from Hitler’s bunker in Berlin, Germany addressed to Hitler from Göring dated 23 Apr 1945. According to Speer, Bormann used this telegram to finish turning Hitler against Göring.

Caption   Telegram taken from Hitler’s bunker in Berlin, Germany addressed to Hitler from Göring dated 23 Apr 1945. According to Speer, Bormann used this telegram to finish turning Hitler against Göring. ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 12 Jul 2014

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1. David Stubblebine says:
12 Jul 2015 08:19:47 PM

My Führer: General Koller today gave me a briefing based on communications given to him by Colonel General Jodl and General Christian, that said you had referred certain decisions to me and emphasized that I, in case negotiations would become necessary, would be in an easier position than you in Berlin. These views were so surprising and serious to me that I felt obligated to assume, that if by 2200 hours no answer is forthcoming, that you have lost your freedom of action. I shall then view the conditions of your decree as fulfilled and will take action for the well being of Nation and Fatherland. You know what I feel for you in these most difficult hours of my life that I cannot express in words. God protect you and permit you, despite everything, to come here as soon as possible. Your faithful Hermann Göring.

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