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Barry Jones AC

Brian Walters’s Treason gives a powerful, compelling and horrific account of the life and martyrdom of Claus von Stauffenberg, a German officer and aristocrat who committed an act of necessary treason in July 1944, attempting to kill Adolf Hitler and end World War II.

The presentation is exceptional, with clips from films and newsreels, superb maps, valuable historical background and analysis, and outstanding biographical cross-references. It is an exemplary achievement, both conceptually and technically – history in depth for the digital age.

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