Christian Hunter

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Heerlen / Wednesday 29-10-2014 Day 3, Pay attention on balance. talked with FB mam, dad and brother. He looks better and motivates me, lost 12 people in 4 weeks ...
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SS-Obergruppenführer and Waffen-SS General Wilhelm Bittrich.

SS-Obergruppenführer and Waffen-SS General Wilhelm Bittrich.

Field Marshal Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Paulus led the 6th Army to its destruction at Stalingrad.  After the war he lived in comfort in East Germany and died in 1957, a scorned man by his former subordinates and men who survived the Stalingrad catastrophe.  As a Field Marshall, he was expected to commit suicide rather than surrender. Shortly before his surrender he said "I'm not dying for that Bohemian Corporal" meaning Hitler Pinned by HistorySimulation.com

Field Marshal Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Paulus led the 6th Army to its destruction at Stalingrad. After the war he lived in comfort in East Germany and died in 1957, a scorned man by his former subordinates and men who survived the Stalingrad catastrophe. As a Field Marshall, he was expected to commit suicide rather than surrender. Shortly before his surrender he said "I'm not dying for that Bohemian Corporal" meaning Hitler Pinned by HistorySimulation.com

Waffen SS Captain Karl-Heinz Boska was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He served with SS Division Das Reich and SS Regiment Langemack. In Nov 1943, Boska led a fierce counterattack against the Russians; with his five tanks he knocked out 12 Russian armor, one field gun, and killed 380 enemy soldiers. He survived the war and died at 84 in 2004.

Waffen SS Captain Karl-Heinz Boska was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He served with SS Division Das Reich and SS Regiment Langemack. In Nov 1943, Boska led a fierce counterattack against the Russians; with his five tanks he knocked out 12 Russian armor, one field gun, and killed 380 enemy soldiers. He survived the war and died at 84 in 2004.

SS-Schutzhaftlagerführer II Karl Peter Berg. Berg was a very cruel man, who was described as a "predator who derived great pleasure from the agony of others". During roll call he loved to sneak about unnoticed behind the rows of men and catch someone in some violation, such as talking or not following orders properly. With a big grin, he would torment his victim." He was executed after the war for his crimes.

SS-Schutzhaftlagerführer II Karl Peter Berg. Berg was a very cruel man, who was described as a "predator who derived great pleasure from the agony of others". During roll call he loved to sneak about unnoticed behind the rows of men and catch someone in some violation, such as talking or not following orders properly. With a big grin, he would torment his victim." He was executed after the war for his crimes.

Dr. Martin Franz Erwin Rudolf Lange was a prominent Nazi police official. He served as commander of the SD and SIPO in Riga, Latvia. He participated in the Wannsee Conference, and was largely responsible for implementing the extermination of Latvia's Jewish population (Einsatzgruppe A killed over 250,000 people in little less than six months).

Dr. Martin Franz Erwin Rudolf Lange was a prominent Nazi police official. He served as commander of the SD and SIPO in Riga, Latvia. He participated in the Wannsee Conference, and was largely responsible for implementing the extermination of Latvia's Jewish population (Einsatzgruppe A killed over 250,000 people in little less than six months).

Eduard Strauch (17 August 1906 – 15 September 1955) was an SS-Obersturmbannführer, commander of Einsatzkommando 2, commander of two Nazi organizations, the Security Police (German: Sicherheitspolizei), or Sipo, and the Security Service (German: Sicherheitsdienst, or SD), first in Belarus – then called White Russia or White Ruthenia – and later in Belgium. In October 1944, he was transferred to the military branch of the SS (Waffen-SS).

Eduard Strauch (17 August 1906 – 15 September 1955) was an SS-Obersturmbannführer, commander of Einsatzkommando 2, commander of two Nazi organizations, the Security Police (German: Sicherheitspolizei), or Sipo, and the Security Service (German: Sicherheitsdienst, or SD), first in Belarus – then called White Russia or White Ruthenia – and later in Belgium. In October 1944, he was transferred to the military branch of the SS (Waffen-SS).

Viktor Hermann Brack (1904 - 1948) was a Nazi war criminal, the organiser of the Euthanasia Programme, Action T4, under which the Nazi state systematically murdered disabled German and Austrian people. Following this, Brack was one of the men responsible for the gassing of Jews in the extermination camps, and he conferred with Odilo Globocnik about the practical implementation of the Final Solution. Brack was sentenced to death in 1947 and executed in 1948.

Viktor Hermann Brack (1904 - 1948) was a Nazi war criminal, the organiser of the Euthanasia Programme, Action T4, under which the Nazi state systematically murdered disabled German and Austrian people. Following this, Brack was one of the men responsible for the gassing of Jews in the extermination camps, and he conferred with Odilo Globocnik about the practical implementation of the Final Solution. Brack was sentenced to death in 1947 and executed in 1948.