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Two Panzer V 'Panther' tanks from the 5th SS Panzer Division (Wiking) as seen through the lens of an SF14Z scissors periscope from another Panther in the summer of 1944. The Division was fighting desperately to preserve the shattered front and hold back the Red Army when the Soviet summer offensive, codename 'Operation Bagration', broke like a thunderclap.

In Febuary 1944 the Wiking was the only armored unit in the Cherkassy Pocket. The Wiking managed to break out of the pocket by cooperating with the 5th SS attack brigade Wallonien and the battalion Narwa, which were the attacking units. The division, which had suffered great losses and had only about one thousand men and no vehicles left after the battles, was sent to be reorganized. From July to December 1944 the division once again had rough battles in Poland, on the Vistula front. In August 1944 the division had 151 tanks and 19 attack cannons, but the attack still failed. (eestileegion.com) "Army Group Centre was really the anchor of that whole German front,’ says Professor Geoffrey Wawro, ‘blocking the shortest path to Berlin; and the Russians annihilated it at the same time as we were landing in D-Day and marching on, liberating Paris and then heading towards Germany. But the scope of the fighting was much bigger [in the East]. You had ten times as many Russians fighting in Bagration as you had Anglo/American/Canadian troops landing on the Normandy beaches. And you had three times as many Germans in action fighting trying to hold up the Russian advance as you had defending the Atlantic Wall. So it’s a perfect encapsulation of the problem [of lack of appreciation of the scale of fighting on the Eastern Front]… I mean, think about it, when D-Day and Bagration jumped off, the allied armies in Normandy and the Russian armies on the Eastern Front were equidistant from Berlin, and in the German view they were sort of equal threats.
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The Scuttling of Admiral Graf Spee

Commander of the Deutschland Class ship, Langsdorff was unwilling to risk the lives of his crew unnecessarily against high odds after receiving the fake transmission of excessive British Naval strength in the area, so he decided to scuttle the ship. He knew that Uruguay was neutral but the government was on good terms with Britain and would allow British intelligence officers access to the ship. On 17 December 1939, Langsdorff ordered the destruction of all important equipment aboard the ship. The ship's ammunition was placed throughout the ship to prepare for scuttling. On 18 December, the ship, with a skeleton crew of Langsdorff and 40 other men aboard, scuttled the ship. A crowd of 20,000 watched as it went up at 20:55. ----------------------------------------------------------On 20 December, in his room in a Buenos Aires hotel, Langsdorff shot himself in full dress uniform and lying on the ship's battle ensign.

SWIPE LEFT IF WATCHED A PART #Erika (or Auf der Heide blüht ein kleines Blümelein) is a marching song of the German military. The song was composed by Herms Niel in the 1930s, and it soon came into usage by the Wehrmacht, especially the Heer and, to a lesser extent, the Kriegsmarine. The theme of the song is based on "Erika" being both a common German female first name and the name of the heather plant (German: Heide, Erika; Latin: Erica), of which the heather-yards are considered as a "symbol of German natural heritage". In itself, the song has no military themes, beyond the fact that the narrator (evidently a soldier, though this is not explicitly stated) is away from his beloved and recalls her when seeing the plant which has the same name. The song has also become traditional by the highly prussianized Chilean Army. The Finnish Army had a Finnish translation version, Kaarina, of this song during the World War II -------------------------------------------------- 📖rus. ЛИСТАТЬ ВЛЕВО • Эрика (нем. Erika) — одна из наиболее известных маршевых песен германской армии периода второй мировой войны. Написана около 1939 г. Автор — Хермс Ниль • Несмотря на хорошо запоминающуюся мелодию, нередко служащую музыкальным фоном в военной кинодокументалистике, а также в художественных фильмах о нацистской Германии, «Эрика», в общем, не выделяется из ряда менее «знаковых» произведений того же автора («Edelweiss», «Rosemarie», «Hannelore»), а также так называемых студенческих немецких песен («Lore, Lore», «Schwarzbraun ist die Haselnuss»): её текст столь же бесхитростен, почти наивен (любовь, цветы, разлука с любимой девушкой), и, к тому же, полон взаимно рифмующихся слов с уменьшительно-ласкательными суффиксами (Blümelein — цветочек; Bienelein — пчёлка; Kämmerlein — комнатка; Schätzelein — сокровище, подарочек; Mägdelein — девочка). Однако ритмика, характерная для маршевой музыки, резкие, ломанные изменения размера в чётных и нечётных строках и рефрен женского имени «Эрика», задающего омонимический каламбур (Erika по-немецки значит «вереск») по сути, делают текст песни вторичным для восприятия

The Hitler's favourite film propagandist. Helene Bertha Amalie "Leni" Riefenstahl was born on 22 August 1902, she was a German film director. Leni Riefenstahl became Nazi Germany’s most famous filmmaker. In a state where women played a secondary role to men, Riefenstahl was given a free hand by Hitler to produce propaganda films for the Nazi regime. In 1933, Riefenstahl made a short film about the Nazi Party’s rally of that year. She was asked to make a much grander film of the 1934 event. This led to probably her most famous film – “Triumph of the Will”. The film won awards in both Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy but also, ironically, in 1937, it won the Grand Prix in Paris. The film used camera angles rarely seen before and frequently used shadowy images as opposed to images that were visually clear. The cameramen also did some of their work on roller skates. Her next major piece of work was to film the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. Again, this film, called “Olympia”, won many international awards. By the time the war ended, Riefenstahl had yet to edit the film and it was impounded during the denazification tribunals. After the war, Riefenstahl had many questions to answer. #movie #film #hitler #nazi #germany #actor #actrees #cool #art #munich #bavaria #dresden #dortmund #berlin #cologne #bojonegoro #stuttgart #hamburg #wehrmacht #luftwaffe #veteran #old #badass #politics #party #classic #museum #history #ww2



om fak mau jawab, apakah foto tersebut adalah foto hitler muda.. jawabnya adalah iya. 99,9% adalahfoto hitler muda. foto pertama terdapat dalam bundesarchiv jerman yang dikumpulkan para sejarahwan, foto kedua terdapat dalam buku "mit hitler im western" karya heinrich hoffman. siapa dia? dia adalah fotografer official untuk sang fuhrer, bagian dari tim kampanye propaganda nazi.
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In #E98 of #HRS #podcast, “From Dark to Light," artist Marshall Arisman talks about his career retrospective at @sva_galleries and the fine line he's walked between darkness and light and good and evil over the course of his 45-year career — and why he drew #Hitler but not #Trump #art #artists

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