I’m not going to get into a debate on the morals of German soldiers; provide a dissertation on my reasons why I think this book is lacking substantiation or include a list of distortions. I just ask that you read the book and come to your own conclusions.
How can I provide a dissertation on your reasons?
You made a statement with no backing. I have challenged your assumptions. If you make a statement like that, you ought to have at least a reason for making it.
Congratulations on your challenge to me Renquist. Read the book and then come back on this blog and we can discuss the matter. You’re not in a position to engage in any kind of discussion with me until you have a familiarity of the issues.
No, familiarity with the book is a moot issue. I ask why the concept of a german soldier taking pity on a Jewish boy, knowing he’s Jewish, is so preposterous in light of the various examples of German Wehrmacht soldiers helping Jews to escape or otherwise saving their lives.
Which is what you claimed, without giving any good reason for doing so. A perplexing statement. I merely ask you to clarify it.