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.

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 N**i forces, but this is ...
02/12/2013

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

You may not know, but many people, including myself believed that only Germans were serving in N**i 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 N**i 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 N**i’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 N**i 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 N**i 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 N**i’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

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