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See the associated photo of this German Waffen SS trooper offering water to the mortally wounded Soviet soldier on the ground,

Portrait of a Totenkopf Division soldier in the battlefield during Operation Barbarossa in 1941.

Portrait of a Totenkopf Division soldier in the battlefield during Operation Barbarossa in

1941- German caption stated that this soldier, armed with only a flame thrower and a few hand grenades, in one day destroyed seven bunkers and captured 50 Soviets.

German caption stated that this soldier, armed with only a flame thrower and a few hand grenades, in one day destroyed seven bunkers and captured 50 Soviets. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

A French Soldier from the Waffen-SS Charlemagne Regiment during the Battle of Berlin, – April 23rd, 1945 (574×792)

Frenchman of the 'Charlemagne' Waffen-SS Grenadier Division, originally the…

Execution of SS concentration camp physician Eduard Krebsach who was convicted of war crimes at the Mauthausen trial. Krebsbach was an SS concentration camp physician who initiated the mass execution of ill and unfit prisoners by heart injections.

Execution of SS concentration camp physician Eduard Krebsbach who was convicted of war crimes at the Mauthausen trial. Krebsbach was an SS concentration camp physician who initiated the mass execution of ill and unfit prisoners by heart injections.

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Schmisshner SMG in action. Waffen SS camo pattern shown on this trooper.

A German SS sniper . sniping eventually remained - on both the German and Reds side -  the only assault tactic of the Battle of Stalingrad until the Germans surrendered.

A German SS sniper . sniping eventually remained - on both the German and Reds side - the only assault tactic of the Battle of Stalingrad until the Germans surrendered.

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