Some of you may have been following a discussion lwd and I have been having. I was making a point that resisting the urge to commit atrocities, even if ordered by those on high, constitutes high moral heroism. Therefore, this thread is to identify and recognize those that resisted orders and/or blind hatred to torture or kill and kept their honor clean. To start if off, I'm nominating German General Fritz Lindemann, commander of the 132nd Infantry division who kept his division from participating in any atrocities and was anti-Nazi. He was eventually implicated in the July 20th Plot and in trying to evade the Gestapo was shot and mortally wounded in September of 1944.