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✪ 23 year old German soldier Manfred Pernass, is about to die at the hands of US forces at Henri-Chapelle on 23-12-1944. He, Oberfähnrich Günther Billing and Gefreiter Wilhelm Schmidt were captured wearing US uniforms for Operation Greif ("Griffin"). They were all executed. Their Waffen-SS commander, Otto Skorzeny, would, after the war, also be charged but acquitted. Their (non-combat) use of enemy uniforms ended up being considered a legitimate ruse by the tribunal.
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Dwight Eisenhower was the only US President to serve in the military in both World War I and World War II. A Five Star General, he was the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, WWII. President of the United States , 1952-1960.
Минуты перед казнью, 23 декабря 1944 года, Бельгия
Американские военные полицейские готовят оберфенриха Гюнтера Биллинга и его товарищей к расстрелу. Военнослужащие 5–й роты 12–го парашютного полка оберфенрих Гюнтер Биллинг, оберефрейтор Вильгельм Шмидт и унтер–офицер Манфред Пернасс, принадлежали к одной из диверсионных групп Отто Скорцени...
German marshal Erwin Rommel visiting the Italian Allies in Bengasi;...
German marshal Erwin Rommel visiting the Italian Allies in Bengasi; Chronik 1942 S. 107 M.r. Pr. 366 Chr. d. 20. Jahrhdts. S. 256 u.r.
5th SS-Panzer-Division "Wiking" in Poland.
Counterattack with Wiking Division Panzergrenadiere in Sd.Kfz. 251 and Panther ‘534’ from soldiers point of view, Nurzec-Stacja area, July 1944. During this time Wiking Division was engaged in counterattacks against Soviet armored and cavalry forces following their rapid advance during the Red Army’s Operation Bagration summer offensive. info & photo: Edwin Small