Anti-Fascist Committee for a Free Germany

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The Anti-Fascist Committee for a Free Germany (German: Antifaschistische Komitee Freies Deutschland, or AKFD) was an organization of former Wehrmacht soldiers modeled after the National Committee for a Free Germany. The Balkans-based organization existed from August to December 1944. Falk Harnack was one of its co-founders.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gottfried Hamacher, Andre Lohmar, Herbert Mayer and Günter Wehner, Gegen Hitler: Deutsche in der Resistance, in den Streitkräften der Antihitlerkoalition und der Bewegung "Freies Deutschland" Dietz, Berlin (March 2005), p. 76. ISBN 3-320-02941-X (German)