Publish them, Walter. It would be marvellous to read something about saving life and respecting humanity during the Barbarossa campaign.
Was he in the Wehrmacht?
Did he help patch up both sides?
From "All Hell Let Loose" by Max Hastings.......
"The senior officers of the Wehrmacht flattered themselves that they represented a cultured nation, yet they readily acquiesced in the barbarities designed into the Barbarossa plan. These included the starvation of at least thirty million Russians, in order that their food supplies might be diverted to Germany, originally a conception of Nazi agriculture chief Herbert Backe.
At a meeting held on 2nd May 1941 to discuss the occupation of the Soviet Union, the army's armament planning secretariat recorded its commitment to a policy noteworthy even in the context of the Third Reich:
1. The war can only be continued if the entire Wehremacht is fed from Russia in the third year.
2.If we take what we need out of the country, there can be no doubt that many millions of people will die of starvation.
Barbarossa was therefore not merely a miltary operation, but also an economic programme expected to encompass the deaths of tens of millions of people, an objective which it partially attained."