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During the most critical years the admiral helped numerous Jews escape from Germany. He stubbornly continued to do so even after his enemies had found out about it. When the Gestapo began to make inquiries, Canaris was ready with the explanation: the Jews would make excellent agents abroad. It is a fact that the admiral had a great respect for the abilities and intelligence of Jewish agents; he never concealed this opinion from his collaborators. It is also certain that he helped many Jews escape who never worked for him.
Canaris hated the defeatist spirit of the Weimar Re- And he was public. not the only one. Those yearning for a Germany soon found each different other. There was not a single organization planning the overthrow of the Weimar Republic of which Canaris was not a member. He had called attention to himself in 1919, when, as a judge advocate, he resorted to clever maneuvers to save the murderers of the two communist leaders, Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht, from the gallows. He recognized early that the exofficers' organizations were not strong enough to bring about revolutionary changes, that The forward-looking and new forces were required.
All important matters which Section VI was concerned had to be submitted to Kaltenoffice. He showed particular interest in VI. " Kaltenbrunner was determined to wipe out the "ten commandments," or at least to alter the agreement for his own benefit. He held that the separation of political and military intelligence was nonsense. He was particularly bothered by the work of Abwehr II, which carried on an activity parallel to that of VI. S. Kaltenbrunner hoped that his friend of long standing, Otto Skorzeny, whom he intended to entrust with VI.