Category - Schutzstaffel (SS)

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Sports During World War II

Even in the course of the darkest days of the conflict, the morale-lifting enterprise of sport went on in america, Britian, Germany, and elsewhere. by Flint...

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Heinz Guderian: Author of the Blitzkrieg

Basic Heinz Guderian led German armored formations and fell out and in of favor with Hitler. by Phil Zimmer Hitler was enraged as he stalked his means across...

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Subhas Chandra Bose: Champion of Indian Nationalism

Subhas Chandra Bose backed the Axis powers throughout World Conflict II. by Blaine Taylor When British diplomat Lord Halifax arrived on the Berghof within the...

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Infamous Mass Murderer

Rudolph Hoess, commandant of Auschwitz, went to the gallows for his warfare crimes. By Richard Rule At 10 am on Wednesday April 16, 1947, the previous...