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Stauffenberg

Claus , Graf von. 1907--44, German army officer, who tried to assassinate Hitler (1944). He and his fellow conspirators were executed
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Von Stauffenberg placed the bomb in a conference room where Hitler was meeting aides and military advisers but the dictator escaped the blast when someone moved the briefcase next to a table leg, deflecting much of the explosive force.
Claus von Stauffenberg, who's the greatest hero of the World War II.
As the tide of World War Two turned in favour of the Allies, a host of senior German officers recruited war hero Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg to spearhead an attempt on the Fuhrer's life.
The bomb, which was placed by Count von Stauffenberg, exploded two metres from my right-hand side.
Based on a true story that's unlikely to be screened in modern Zimbabwe, Tom Cruise plays Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, who makes a brave attempt to serve the wider interests of Germany and not The Fuhrer's.
Cruise, 46, has also received threats from people angered by his portrayal of Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, who was at the centre of the 1944 plot by Nazi officers to assassinate Adolf Hitler, in the film Valkyrie.
The sermon was part of the anniversary events honouring Col Claus von Stauffenberg and other high-ranking soldiers executed in Berlin after Hitler survived the briefcase bomb placed by Stauffenberg on July 20, 1944.
Among Eos' projects: Roland Suso Richter's "The Zeppelin," about the ill-fated 1937 voyage of the Hindenburg, and a biopic about Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg, who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
The bomb which was placed by Count von Stauffenberg, exploded two metres from my right hand side.
Claus von Stauffenberg in 'Valkyrie', Tom Cruise has found a reason to be happy - the German officer's grandson has praised the actor for the wonderful portrayal of his grandfather in the film.
In Valkyrie, Cruise plays Col Claus Graf Schenk von Stauffenberg - the army officer who was among those executed after a failed attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler in July 1944.