If someone told you that you could kill an innocent man and there would be no repercussions or any form of punishment, would you do it?
Any normal person would answer “no” of course.But not Alfred-Ingemar Berndt, he decided to kill a man simply for the reason that he could.
Berndt was a German journalist, writer and was very close to Joseph Goebbels. Alfred Berndt wrote an eyewitness account of the 1940 German invasion of the Low Countries and France, the book he wrote was titled “Tanks Break Through!”
In 1935 Goebbels recruited Berndt as official head of the Reich Press Office in the Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. In April 1936, Berndt was appointed head of the press department of the Propaganda Ministry (Division IV).
Berndt is also believed to have been the creator of the “Desert Fox” myth attached to the German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, when…
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