Reinhold Elstner (1920-1995) was a WWII hero in the German Wehrmacht and Diplom Chemist. In 1995 he martyred himself on the steps of Munich’s historical Feldherrnhalle military memorial in protest against “the ongoing official slander and demonization of the German people and German soldiers 50 years after the end of World War II”. Twelve hours later, on April 26th 1995, he died in a Munich hospital. Elstner was born in Sudetenland, an area seized from Germany and given to Czechoslovakia by the Jewish faction at Versailles; necessarily to course division in the future the region is now a part of the Czech Republic. During WWII Elstner served as a Wehrmacht soldier on the eastern front. Following ceasefire Elstner was held by the Bolsheviks for several years in a Gulag concentration camp. Meanwhile, along with three million other Sudeten Germans, his family was driven from its ancient home in the Sudetenland by the (Jewish) allies of Versailles.
In a farewell letter, he wrote:
“Fifty years of unrelenting smear campaigns and demonization of an entire people are enough.
Fifty years of incessant insults hurled at German war veterans are enough.
50 years of incredible insults to former German soldiers, of blackmail that costs billions, and of “democratic” hate, are more than one can take.
50 years of judicial Zionist revenge are sufficient.
50 years of trying to create rifts between generations of Germans by criminalizing the fathers and grandfathers are too much.
With my 75 years of age, all I can do is to set a final sign of contemplation with my death in flames. And if only one German comes to consciousness and finds his way to the truth, then my sacrifice will not have been in vain.”