Post by Erwin Rommel on Feb 15, 2008 22:56:02 GMT -5
Well after a very very very long furlough, Rommel is back on the scene. I got shot up by a British airplane and had to take a little while off but I'm back now good as new! So, sorry for being absent, but lets just say personal issues among other things kept me off for a while!
"On 17 July 1944, Rommel's staff car was strafed by an Royal Canadian Air Force Spitfire piloted by Charley Fox; he was hospitalized with major head injuries" (just another soldier who got his ass kicked by a Airman)
Sadly, Erwin Rommel was 'offered' to commit suicide,(on October 14, 1944) to protect his family (and to keep his Honor intact), after his assumed involvement in the assassination attempt on Hitler (No evidence was found that directly linked Rommel to the plot).
"He is the only member of the Third Reich establishment to have a museum dedicated to him. His grave can be found in Herrlingen, a short distance west of Ulm."