I wonder if anyone one has a copy of Shirer's 'The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich', and can confirm something for me. My understanding of the life of Benita von Falkenhayn, who was found guilty of espionage in 1935 and beheaded in Plotzensee, is that her one-time husband Richard von Falkenhayn was a distant relative of the Great War Chief of Staff Erich von Falkenhayn. This is what Wikipedia tells us. My memory, after many years, is that Shirer described Richard as the SON of Erich. If anyone can have a quick look and check that this is what Shirer wrote, I'd be very grateful. Thanks.