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Tillie 1 year ago
       
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Arnie 1 year ago
Tillie,

...just wandering, what he was doing in the first place in foreign countries to end up in POW camp? Six years of war means, at the very least that he started his "career" in France, if not Poland...
Considering that he spent only 5 years it is very safe to conclude that he was high ranking officer in the Wehrmacht, and was exempt from labor unlike rest of the Nazis, who in fact were repatriated after 10 years and not five as your infamous relative. Learn history, will serve you well next time and save embarrassment.
       
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See 1 year ago
       
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Delphia 1 year ago
See,

Yes in Germany everyones relative in WWII was innocent it was always someone elses grandfather who committed those atrocities.
       
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Selma 1 year ago
       
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Manerva 1 year ago
Selma,

If you start wars you eventually get what you deserve. Retribution.
       
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Archibald 1 year ago
See,
... does it ever occurred to you, that services wouldn't be needed if your grandfather didn't invade foreign country, devastated economy and killed 27 000 000 people, just to remind you over 20 000 000 non-combatants was exterminated in accordance with the Generalplan Ost - so shove it.
       
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Dicie 1 year ago
Arnie,
"...and was exempt from labor..."? - Did you ever read anything about siberian POV Camps or the life in a soviet Gulag? Learn history yourself!
       
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Cassandra 1 year ago
Arnie, following orders. even as an officer you don't have a choice unless you like to get shot.
       
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Ez 1 year ago
#17, 22. Now people fight to have to wear them, and having to take them off is oppression. JC_OMG_sign

#30 A dog was included???
       
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Dan 1 year ago
Ez,

To be fair those savages do eat dogs.
       
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Cassandra 1 year ago
Dan, why wouldn't they dog is delicious.
       
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Jereme 1 year ago
Dan
JC-LOL
       
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Annie 1 year ago
#29 Mirror of Erised... I show not your face but your heart's desire.
       
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Alicia 1 year ago
I wish the 3rd photo was real, that would be so cool
       
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Arnie 1 year ago
Dicie
The correct abbreviation you must use in this particular case is GUPWI (ГУПВИ). Obviously your ignorance is unquestionable and unsurpassed so far.
For example
SOLDAT. Reflections of a German Soldier. 1936-1949. Ziegfried Knappe with Ted Brusaw (1992).
ISBN-10: 0440215269
ISBN-13: 978-0440215264

Selma
Stshalkovo, Dombe, Tuchola, Dęblin, Brześć Litewski, Wadowice, Pikulice, Korosten, Žitomir, Aleksandrov, Lukov, Ostrov-Lomzhinski, Rombertov, Zdunskaya Volya, Torun, Dorogusk, Plock, Radom, Przemysl, Lavov, Friedrichovka, Zvyagel, Deblin, Petrokov, Bialystok, Baranovići, Molodechino, Vilno, Pinsk, Ruzhany, Bobruisk, Grodno, Luninets, Volkovysk, Minsk, Pulawy, Povonzki, Točno, Stryi, Kovel - polish concentration extermination camps, before WWII just in case you dont know

See; Cassandra
Superior orders, often known as the Nuremberg defense, just following orders, or by the German phrase Befehl ist Befehl ("an order is an order"), is a plea in a court of law that a person—whether a member of the military, law enforcement, a firefighting force, or the civilian population—not be held guilty for actions ordered by a superior officer or an official.
Tribunal (IMT), explicitly stated that following an unlawful order is not a valid defense against charges of war crimes.
       
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See 1 year ago
Woooha, a lot of ignorance here... Jesus Christ!
       
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