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Romanian and German Troops in Bessarabia, Ukraine and Crimea, 1941-42. Part III

Romanian and German Troops in Bessarabia, Ukraine and Crimea, 1941-42. Part III

Axis Romanian troops examine the carnage left behind following the Siege of Odessa. Ukraine, Soviet Union. October 1941.

Axis Romanian troops examine the carnage left behind following the Siege of Odessa. Ukraine, Soviet Union. October 1941.

Ritterkreuzträger and Kdr. of the SS-PzRgt 1 "LSSAH" SS-Stubaf. Jochen Peiper and Regiment's adjutant SS-Hstuf. Gerhard Nüske (in the middle) after Knight Cross ceremony for Michael Wittmann and Balthazar Woll on 18 January 1944 somewhere near Winniza (Ukraine)

Ritterkreuzträger and Kdr. of the SS-PzRgt 1 "LSSAH" SS-Stubaf. Jochen Peiper and Regiment's adjutant SS-Hstuf. Gerhard Nüske (in the middle) after Knight Cross ceremony for Michael Wittmann and Balthazar Woll on 18 January 1944 somewhere near Winniza (Ukraine)

New recruits of the 12th SS “Hitlerjugend” Division, Germany, Spring 1943.

New recruits of the 12th SS “Hitlerjugend” Division, Germany, Spring 1943.

Soviet soldiers hoisting the Soviet flag in Berlin, German. World War II, 1945.

Soviet soldiers hoisting the Soviet flag in Berlin, German. World War II, 1945.

Ukrainian girls welcome German soldiers in the summer of 1941.

Ukrainian girls welcome German soldiers in the summer of 1941.

Rochus Misch, who died on Sept 5, 2013 in Germany at age 96, was the last surviving Hitler bodyguard who witnessed the last moments of the dictator. Misch was in the Berlin bunker when Hitler shot himself and was operating the switchboard. He spent 8 years in Soviet captivity and returned to Germany in 1953.His memoir in German, Der letzte Zeuge (The Last Witness), was published in 2008.

Rochus Misch, who died on Sept 5, 2013 in Germany at age 96, was the last surviving Hitler bodyguard who witnessed the last moments of the dictator. Misch was in the Berlin bunker when Hitler shot himself and was operating the switchboard. He spent 8 years in Soviet captivity and returned to Germany in 1953.His memoir in German, Der letzte Zeuge (The Last Witness), was published in 2008.

Lubny, Ukraine, Jews with their belongings on the way to the assembly point, directed by German policemen, 10-16/10/1941.

Lubny, Ukraine, Jews with their belongings on the way to the assembly point, directed by German policemen, 10-16/10/1941.

Харьков.  Казненные харьковчане. Ул. Шевченко

Харьков. Казненные харьковчане. Ул. Шевченко

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