In papers from SS-Standarte Nordland december 1940, listing the individuals in each company,
they are divided into "Freiwillige der Waffen-SS aus Dänemark, die sich für 2 Jahre und länger
verpflichtet haben"(1.-8.company, Muzikzug)
And "Freiwillige der Waffen-SS aus Dänemark, die sich für Kriegsdauer verpflichtet haben" listing only
8 names from 1. and 4. company.
Also a couple of names under "Zur Teilnahme an einem kurzfristigen Lehrgang hat sich verpflichtet"
"Nicht verpflichtet sind"
and someone who didnt enlist because of economical issues, illness
My question is:
Several of the Danes have later claimed that they signed for "Kriegsdauer".
Do they have bad memory, or were they later in the process "tempted" to sign for Kriegsdauer?
I know that the first enlistmentpapers from Frikorps Danmark had a choice between 4 years, 12, years and Kriegsdauer,
but on some of the later papers I have seen it only had the option Kriegsdauer.
Was there a change in the enlistment-routine at some point of time?
Your very truly