„Poetry Slam ist Rock 'n' Roll für Unmusikalische.“, sagt Felix Römer, was das heißt wird in seinen Texten deutlich. Römers Lyrik ist emotional, aber nie. Felix Römer. 1 / 1. Bild vergrößern. Geboren in Wien. Seit Ensemblemitglied der Schaubühne. Schauspielstudium in Wien. Engagements ua. am. Felix Römer. Geboren in Wien. Seit Ensemblemitglied der Schaubühne. Schauspielstudium in Wien. Engagements am Burgtheater Wien, in Graz.
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Felix Römer. Self - Historiker. Related Videos. Edit Personal Details Alternate Names: Dr. Comrades: The Wehrmacht from Within in Römer's book on the Commissar Order, published in in German as Der Kommissarbefehl.
Römer's research shows that out of German divisions on the Eastern Front filed reports detailing the killing of the Red Army 's political commissars.
Römer finds that the records "prove that Hitler's generals had executed his murderous orders without scruples or hesitations", contrary to the myth of a "clean" Wehrmacht.
Historian Wolfram Wette , reviewing the book, notes that the sporadic objections to the order were merely pragmatic and that its cancellation in was "not a return to morality, but an opportunistic course correction".
Wette concludes: . The Commissar Order, which has always had a particularly strong influence on the image of the Wehrmacht because of its obviously criminal character, has finally been clarified.
Once again the observation has confirmed itself: the deeper the research penetrates into the military history, the gloomier the picture becomes.
Römer's book Kameraden was based on the surreptitiously recorded conversations of German prisoners of war held in Fort Hunt , United States.
Like Soldaten by Neitzel and Welzer, Römer's book finds that soldiers were not simply "ideological warriors" in the National Socialist mold.
The majority continued to support Hitler and the German war effort until the last year of the war. The book also finds that racism and anti-Semitism were widespread.
The younger soldiers, those of the Hitler Youth generation who grew up during the Nazi regime, believed in a victory for longer than older soldiers who had grown up in the German Empire or the Weimar Republic.
National Socialist socialization thus becomes apparent, according to Römer's research. A small group of POWs, who Römer identified as having a "fanatical worldview", even boasted of war crimes.
The murder of the Jews was an "open secret" among the soldiers. While there were some supporters of the killing of Jews, the majority rejected this approach.
For most of the soldiers there were apparently limits. The book finds these included violence against women and children or against defenseless Soviet POWs.
But in the reality of the war, Römer concludes, the group dynamics were often stronger than moral scruples. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.