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By Craig Andresen – Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio
History records that on May 7th, 1945, WWII officially ended in Europe when Germany’s General Alfred Jodl, surrendered unconditionally to General Dwight D. Eisenhower at Reims, in northwestern France.
The beginning of the end for Nazi Germany came a week before the official unconditional surrender with the death of Adolph Hitler in Berlin on April 30, 1945 as the Russian army swarmed the city and cut off any attempted escape by Hitler.
Those are both things well documented in history, but history is also replete with stories of how General George S. Patton had wanted to be the first to march into Berlin and take it from Hitler, and how Patton felt betrayed over the fact that he was kept from the prize.
Most, including myself, have always accepted Patton’s disappointment as fact, and wondered why, after all that Patton had done, was he prevented from making that final push into Berlin in 1945.
I no longer believe Patton was disappointed…