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A wounded SS man. Look at his helmet. He was lucky

This stood out because he has an injury and is wrapped but still continues walking.

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Waffen SS Soldier amid the ruins on the Russian steppes of the Eastern Front WWII.

Waffen SS - SS Untersturmfhuerer, 2a Waffen SS Panzerdivision "Das Reich" , Fronte est, estate 1944 - La 2. Divisione Panzer SS "Das Reich" fu costituita nell'ottobre del 1939 quando vennero riuniti i tre reggimenti delle SS (Deutschland, Germania e Der Führer) che avevano partecipato alla campagna polacca.

SS- if you were his enemy , he would be your worst nightmare

HISTORY IN IMAGES: Pictures Of War, History , WW2: Waffen SS: WW2 Elite Highly Motivated Fighting Machine (LARGE IMAGES)

Emblems of the various Waffen SS divisions, notice the Skull and Bones Society logo of GW Bush, whose father, Preston Bush, was a member of the Nazi SS in hmmmmm?

A young SS soldier. Many of those recruits were so young that rather than tobacco and alcohol ration, standard for the German Army, they were given chocolate and sweets.

A young German soldier. Most likely a member of the 12th SS Panzer Division "Hitlerjugend" which sustained 43% casualties during the Normandy campaign. 1944 [493x750]

A young German soldier. Most likely a member of the SS Panzer Division "Hitlerjugend" which sustained casualties during the Normandy ~ the sweet lads of the Hitlerjugend division also executed around 156 Canadian soldiers after capturing them.

Young German soldiers towards the end of the war.

WWII German Soldiers - All so young - Hitler's "ideal" embodied?and just more casualties of war,. initiated by politicians?

1943 - German Soldier - Stalingrad - WWII (V)

Stalingrad, German soldier (Though frequently posted as "Stalingrad 1943 German soldier" or the like, this is a modern re-enactment plainly credited to Hungarian photographer Balasz Santha. It is not a genuine wartime image.

German Waffen SS - WWII

z- Waffen SS, WWII (Tamiya- German Panzer Grenadiers- Military Model Figures)

SS soldiers wearing a Germania cuff title. The Regiment Germania left the "Das Reich" in 1940 and became part of the 5th SS-Div. Deutschland, Germania and Der Führer, were organized into the SS-Verfügungs-Division with Paul Hausser as commander. In December 1940 the Germania Regiment was transferred from the Das Reich Division and used to form the cadre of a new division composed of 'Germanic' volunteers, mostly Danes, Norwegians, Dutch, and Belgian Wallons. Inicially named Germania, the…

SS soldiers wearing a Germania cuff title. The Regiment Germania left the "Das Reich" in 1940 and became part of the 5th SS-Div. Deutschland, Germania and Der Führer, were organized into the SS-Verfügungs-Division with Paul Hausser as commander. In December 1940 the Germania Regiment was transferred from the Das Reich Division and used to form the cadre of a new division composed of 'Germanic' volunteers, mostly Danes, Norwegians, Dutch, and Belgian Wallons. Inicially named Germania, the…

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