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From now on, the resistance acted on three fronts. Members of the circle Kreysau were endless discussions about the coming of the golden age. Beck Group, to think more realistically, tried to kill Hitler by any means and to seize power. She maintained contact with the West, to inform democratically minded allies about what is happening and to find out what kind of world they are ready to conclude the negotiations as a result of the new anti-Nazi government [228]. These contacts have been established in Stockholm and Switzerland. In the Swedish capital Goerdeler often met with bankers Marcus and Jacob Wallenberg, with whom he had a long-standing friendship and with whom he maintained a business and personal contacts in London. During a meeting with Jacob Wallenberg in April 1942 Goerdeler urged him to contact with Churchill. The conspirators would advance to receive the Prime Minister assured that the Allies will conclude peace with Germany if they arrest Hitler and overthrow the Nazi regime. Wallenberg replied that, to his knowledge, it is impossible to obtain such assurances from the British Government.

Wind Dancers #3: The Horse Must Go On by Jo Gershman

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