The World War 2 Preservation Trust

The World War 2 Preservation Trust The World War 2 Preservation Trust is dedicated to the acquisition and preservation of authentic and rare World War 2 memorabilia.

Just added a cased German Cross in Silver to the site...hope you enjoy!!!
04/17/2020

Just added a cased German Cross in Silver to the site...hope you enjoy!!!

The World War 2 Preservation Trust
05/31/2016

The World War 2 Preservation Trust

You may not know, but many people, including myself believed that only Germans were serving in Nazi forces, but this is ...
02/12/2013

You may not know, but many people, including myself believed that only Germans were serving in Nazi forces, but this is not the case. German recruitment programs were started in various occupied countries, and were aimed at enlisting citizens and former soldiers into Nazi forces, including the Waffen SS. The 373rd infantry battalion of Wehrmach was a German battalion comprised of Belgians. Frikorps Danmark was created in Denmark to recruit Danish Nazi’s. Similar forces were created in Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Norway, and even a British force (British Free Corps) was created with 27 soldiers (from various parts of the Empire including New Zealanders, Canadians, and Australians). [from Wikipedia, 2013]

You may not know, but many people, including myself believed that only Germans were serving in Nazi forces, but this is ...
02/12/2013

You may not know, but many people, including myself believed that only Germans were serving in Nazi forces, but this is not the case. German recruitment programs were started in various occupied countries, and were aimed at enlisting citizens and former soldiers into Nazi forces, including the Waffen SS. The 373rd infantry battalion of Wehrmach was a German battalion comprised of Belgians. Frikorps Danmark was created in Denmark to recruit Danish Nazi’s. Similar forces were created in Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Norway, and even a British force (British Free Corps) was created with 27 soldiers (from various parts of the Empire including New Zealanders, Canadians, and Australians). [from Wikipedia, 2013]

02/12/2013

You may not know, but many people, including myself believed that only Germans were serving in Nazi forces, but this is not the case. German recruitment programs were started in various occupied countries, and were aimed at enlisting citizens and former soldiers into Nazi forces, including the Waffen SS. The 373rd infantry battalion of Wehrmach was a German battalion comprised of Belgians. Frikorps Danmark was created in Denmark to recruit Danish Nazi’s. Similar forces were created in Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Norway, and even a British force (British Free Corps) was created with 27 soldiers (from various parts of the Empire including New Zealanders, Canadians, and Australians). [from Wikipedia, 2013]

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02/12/2013

The World War 2 Preservation Trust's cover photo

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