By Pierre Accoce
Guy known as Lucy, A: 1939-1945, by way of Accoce, Pierre and Pierre Quet
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The most one was allowed to take out of he boarded the train for Peace of mind would make their exile less bitter. When all the oflScers of the army high command were compelled shortly afterwards to take the oath of allegiance to the Fiihrer, before General Werner von Fritsch, in the great hall of the Reichswehr Ministry in Berlin, Roessler 's ten friends did not reveal themselves. But at the same time, silently, they each made another promise: to do everything in their power to defeat Hitler and Nazism.
They now felt certain that, exas- Weimar Republic and with nothing in their bellies, the German people were willing to embark on an era of madness. They would make the worst possible choice, Nazism, the negation of German cultme. They would give their support to men who had no coherent or rational philosophy and who would act as merciless butchers. Hitler had said as much during the Leipzig trial. It had slipped out during perated by the weaknesses of the his interrogation "I is by the president of the victorious, there will Our tribunal: can assure you that when the National Sociahst Movement revolution will take be a national its socialist court of justice.
There were two abstentions those of the Communist councillors, Bodeman and Humbert. sixty-five, Guisan took the oath of allegiance to the Confederation, swear- ing to defend, with the troops under his command, the honor, independence and neutrality of his country. was the same oath that Uhich Wille had taken in 1914. There the resemblance between the two men ends; Wille was an extremely cautious man, whereas Guisan did not hesitate to It A MAN CALLED LUCY 55 it was for his country's good. Under had been pro-German.