There isn't a day that doesn't go by, in probably the last 10+ years of my life, that I don't wonder about the German men fighting in WW2. And even that I could discuss for years on end. I am fascinated by all of it and I am constantly researching it. And I wonder how little the people in Germany are even allowed to know about it. I wonder if people in Germany are allowed to know about Larry Thorne, Heinrich Severloh, or so many other amazing stories I have learned about over the years. I was blown away when I found that the Nazi government pushed German culture so strongly before the war. Having music like Bach, Mozart and Beethoven played in the factors while the German working men were taught to be proud of their culture. Unlike in the USA where the working class are taught that it is "snooty" and not cool to be proud of such classical beauty. I think about how the Americans had naked women painted on their planes and the Germans had crosses when they went into battle. I can't stop thinking about in my free time.Some things can be seen more clearly thanks to this forum ;-)
And my own grandfather fought in the pacific theater in WW2 and I met many American WW2 vets over the years. And it doesn't interest me nearly as much as the German side of the war.