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They were definitely volunteers in the W-SS but I don't know if, as the French, they were given the choice to go or not to go to Berlin.Helmut Von Moltke wrote:thanks everyone. But Daniel, about the Latvians, I read on the net that the whole battalion, not only volunteers was ordered to Berlin?
Thanks, now I know.Helmut wrote:Servus is a German greeting somewhat similiar to "HI. " Actually it is Bavarian or Autrian in nature
Why should he gives up, panzi?pzrmeyer2 wrote:never give up, Torqi, never give up....To Germans Poles were creatures inferior to animals, and massive atrocities made in German occupied Poland certainly were known to Polish soldiers.
It was officially called "Indochine" and those men were calling it "L'Indo", a bit the same way than the one of the GI's who, later, will call Vietnam "The Nam".Commissar D, the Evil wrote:the life of the French fighting man in Vietnam
phylo_roadking wrote:Do NOT i repeat do NOT bring William of Orange into a thread frequented by Belfast people or the sh*t will really hit the fan LMAO