Gallant men of great discipline who fought bravely against terrible odds for their fatherland and after defeat was certain for the honour of their units and comrades. I am particularly thinking of the tankers of Gross Deutschland and Göring divisions who fought until the bitter end. These were not SS madmen. They were the bravest of the brave. Those who traffic in the Holocaust are neither brave nor honourable. Just low and greedy.
- Taki Theodoracopulos, published in 'The Spectator', March 8, 1997