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From what I am told by some of the people in Romania (including wifes relatives) the anti-bolshevik movement started as soon as the war ended due to the Soviets not leaving and the Communist starting to gain control. Most likely this was going on as soon as the Red Army was in Romania. I've heard stories about Soviet troops after they came and even to this day the German's in WWII are held in high regards for behavior and respect to the Romanian people.panzermahn wrote:I am not sure whether this is info is correct or not, I read somewhere that small splinter cells of legionnaires based in West Germany returned to Romania in the late 40s (1946-1949) to start the anti-Bolshevik resistance. More extraordinary is that some of these legionnaires were reputed to be parachuted to Romania.
Anyone got more info on this?