Sehr geehrter Wehrwolf !
Well, I do know the saying: Never try to stop a rolling stone!
But I have a small experience as a researcher for now nearly sixty years !!
I’m also responsible as a (co)author for publishing about 7.000 pages.
Very strangely - over all the years I never saw “Weh
(with the exception as “Wehrwolf. Bund deutscher Männer und Frontkrieger“ in the Republic of Weimar, see http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wehrwolf_(Wehrverband
From my point of view this makes sense because “Wehrwolf“ is not existing as a definition in the german linguistic usage !!
In contrast “Werwolf” is an established term with a linguistic deduction from the Middle High German. “wera”(Germanic) is “man”. See therefore http://de.wiktionary.org/wiki/Werwolf
And Hitlers petname (for example used by Winifred Wagner) was ”Wolf” - certainly as a man and surely not as a member of a “Wehrverband”.
In conclusion: How do you interpret the fact, that Percy Ernst Schramm, officer in charge of the Kriegstagebuch (war log) des OKW himself wrote on page 1869 of “Kriegstagebuch des Oberkommandos der Wehrmacht 1944-1945, Bd. 8, Bernhard & Graefe, München 1982” also “Werwolf” (see my pic).
In the result: I do sustain my constructive criticism
Dr. Dieter Zinke
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