How did the Nazi's execute prisoners traitors specifically generals for example hanging or firing squad In other words which was the most common execution method for German traitors?


Firing squad. For example, Colonel (Count) Claus von Stauffenberg, the man who nearly assassinated Hitler, was executed by firing squad outside of the Bendlerblock in Berlin on 21 July 1944. Others were sent to death camps. _ For civilians the most
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