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RickByrdBarMan wrote:Hello, I am new to this forum but was wondering if anyone could help me identify Stauffenbergs' driver? I believe the mans name was corporal Karl Schweizer? does anyone know what happened to him and what his bio. info. is? Thanks with any help on this.
RickByrdBarMan wrote:Hello, we are new to the forum and are trying to find out what happened to count v. Stauffenberg's driver, corporal Karl Schweizer.
I published a book (Once I Had A Comrade: Karl Roth and the combat history of the 36th Pz Rgt. 1939-45-Helion, 2006) about my German wife's father in WWII, and there is a rumor about him helping v. Staffenberg's driver change to civilian clothes and escape by boat to Sweden-this would have to be in the time frame of Aug-1944-April1945? I f anyone is in contact with anyone who would know what happened to him it would be greatly appreciated!
Rick and Jutta
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