Rosso Fango

Knowing what you know now, what would you do had you the choice?


2 thoughts on “Rosso Fango”

  1. Knowing that some men must die, or should die, so that other, better men may live, is axiomatic. Knowing that Gefreiter Hitler was such a man would have made the choice easy. NOT knowing what he would become, Private Tandey gave of his humanity. Of which the man he saved had none.

  2. Nice feel-good film and all, but let’s remember what actually happened: At the end of a really bad day of war, a German soldier wandered into Tandey’s sights, but Tandey didn’t kill him. No shell hole, no knifing, no “I’m Adolph.”

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