SS Werewolves.

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The disastrous defeat at Stalingrad in 1942, followed by the immense crushing at Kursk in 1943, foreshadowed beyond the question the eventual destruction of the German Reich. Hitler, however. refused to believe that the pure Aryan race could be defeated and therefore absolutely refused to allow or plan any such idea of a post-war resistance…. Read more »

Eyewitness Account of Einsatz Executions.

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Eyewitness Account of Einsatz Executions.

Eyewitness Account of Einsatz Executions. On October 5, 1942, by accident, Hermann Friedrich Graebe  a German engineer and manager of a German construction firm in the Ukraine, and his foreman, came upon an Einsatz execution squad killing Jews from the small town of Dubno in the Ukraine.  He gave the following eyewitness account: “My foreman and… Read more »

Russian snipers in WWII

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Snipers of the Soviet Union played an important role mainly on the Eastern Front of World War II, apart from other preceding and subsequent conflicts. In World War II, Soviet snipers used the 7.62x54R rifle cartridge with light, heavy, armour-piercing (B-30), armour-piercing-incendiary (B-32), zeroing-and-incendiary (P3), and tracer bullets. Most Soviet World War II snipers carried a combat load of 120 rifle cartridges in the field. Unlike… Read more »

Auschwitz Concentration Camp The Gas Chambers.

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The organizers of the Nazi Euthanasia Programme, later known as Action T4, Karl Brandt  and Victor Brack, ordered that the killing of patients could only be carried out by clinicians, because the letter of authorization from Adolf Hitler dated 1 September 1939 only referred to doctors. The operation of the gas tap was therefore the job of… Read more »

Mussolini’s death together with his mistress Clara Petacci.

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MILAN, April 29, 1945, Italian Patriots executed Benito Mussolini. Saturday, and Sunday a howling mob is kicking and spitting on his remains lying in the center of this city where Italian Fascism was born. Mussolini’s face wears a disdainful snarl. He died shouting “No! No!” to a firing squad which took his life, and that… Read more »