If you want "nuance"...YOU were the one who said the KPD was the ONLY group opposing the Nazis on the streets of Germany.i underline, it is more nuanced !
Once again you've been shown to be WRONG. In fact and in detail.
Bolchevik, please don't make yourself even more of an idiot than you really need to be, it makes it rather demeaning for me to have to point out the bleedin' obvious ONCE AGAIN...such as -You recognize yourself that one of the author was a neonazi (Michael Kote)... that's clearer suddenly !
What part of "Michael Koth is a former high ranking Communist Party official in East Berlin. He later joined the controversial "Kampfbund Deutscher Sozialisten" (KDS) which seeks to build bridges between Socialists, Communists and (neo)-Nazis." is hard to understand???
He's NOT a neonazi, he's a Communist who's been working for reconciliation in the modern Germany.
Oh, so everything NOT printed in the USSR during the Cold War about Communism MUST by definition be propaganda???I see that all your sources were printed in RFA during cold war, and in USA during the same time... check the neutrality of it, we understand more how anticommunist it is.
It might suprise you, but there were MANY quite excellent socialist or communist-leaning historians in the West during the Cold War! for example - I noted that E.H. Carr was one of the footnoted sources? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._H._Carr
You are really doing yourself no favours....
Oh and P.S. - no, my source was the original http://www.pipelinenews.org article from 2008. It's been reprinted there it seems...