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5 SS Wiking

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Otto Skorzeny decorations shown at his funeral in Madrid 1975

Otto Skorzeny decorations shown at his funeral in Madrid 1975

History is often written by the lower ranks. This is Major Remer, who was in charge of a battalion stationed in Berlin at the time of the attempt against Hitler's life on July 20, 1944. Upon receiving a call from Hitler himself, and discovering that The Leader was indeed alive, Remer quickly foiled the officers involved in launching a coup against the Nazi government. So, the war went on for another 10 months.

History is often written by the lower ranks. This is Major Remer, who was in charge of a battalion stationed in Berlin at the time of the attempt against Hitler's life on July 20, 1944. Upon receiving a call from Hitler himself, and discovering that The Leader was indeed alive, Remer quickly foiled the officers involved in launching a coup against the Nazi government. So, the war went on for another 10 months.

Huh the hubby meets them all but 2!!

Huh the hubby meets them all but 2!!

Hydrospeeding on the Aletsch Glacier - Valais, Switzerland

Hydrospeeding on the Aletsch Glacier - Valais, Switzerland

An illustration of a Wehrmacht trooper wielding an STG-44 that is equipped with a Zielgerät 1229 "Vampir" infrared scope attachment. Yet another revolutionary inception of advanced military technology by German engineers, the Vampir was first introduced into combat in February, 1945. 310 units were delivered to the Wehrmacht at the final stages of the war. Those equipped with the device were called "Nachtjäger" ("Night Hunters") and would attack unsuspecting enemy squads in the dark of…

An illustration of a Wehrmacht trooper wielding an STG-44 that is equipped with a Zielgerät 1229 "Vampir" infrared scope attachment. Yet another revolutionary inception of advanced military technology by German engineers, the Vampir was first introduced into combat in February, 1945. 310 units were delivered to the Wehrmacht at the final stages of the war. Those equipped with the device were called "Nachtjäger" ("Night Hunters") and would attack unsuspecting enemy squads in the dark of…