By Gordon L. Rottman
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Stauffenberg left his briefcase under the table. In the windowed hut (a last-minute change of location from an airtight bunker), Generalleutnant Adolf Heusinger outlined for a furious Hitler the scale of the military disaster befalling Germany. An aide then stepped into the room and told Stauffenberg that there was a call for him. Leaving his briefcase, Stauffenberg departed. 2 Oberst Heinz Brandt’s leg was blown off. Regierungsrat Heinrich Berger, who had been standing just across from the briefcase, lost both legs.
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The Marshall Islands 1944: ''Operation Flintlock, the capture of Kwajalein and Eniwetok'' by Gordon L. Rottman