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    Default German WWII paratroopers


    ss Fallschirmjager Bataillon 500/600 :







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    Most of these guys aren't 500/600, they're just FJ. Except the one where you see the TK on th cap, I'm pretty sure none of them are SS because all the buckels you see at the Luftwaffe ones. And from the pics U've seen of SS-FJ they wear SS buckles.

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    Most of these guys aren't 500/600, they're just FJ
    the picture 11 ( the paratroopers on the Tiger) was taken during the operation "Panzerfaust" in Budapest, the only Fallschirmajager unit who participated in this operation was the bataillon 600, so for sure they are from the 600.
    The last picture were taken during the Drvar operation in Yugoslavia. And the bataillon 500 was the spearhead of the attack.
    sure none of them are SS because all the buckels you see at the Luftwaffe ones
    Sorry but that's mean nothing , I have already seen Waffen ss wearing heer stuff.
    Members of SS-Fallschirmjäger-Btl [*******#E89512]500[/COLOR]/600 wore standard Waffen-SS field uniforms with Luftwaffe-issue jump smocks, helmet covers and M38 helmets

    Back to the pictures now :
    More pics about fallschirmjager 500 :



    Nice pictures about Crete operation : ( Warning some shocking pictures ) http://home.online.no/~vestil/crete/invasjon/index.htm
    Last edited by *-Mig-*; 10-28-2005 at 07:39 PM.

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    This extremely rare photo shows german paratroopers brutally murdered
    by english soldiers as the originale text says behind this private photo.
    They were abused, then beaten to death. The photos also shows bulletholes
    on the corpses. Also note the bulletholes on the walls behind the corpses.
    The flesh on the upper part of the right leg of the corpse to the left has
    been totally removed or burnt. A block of wood has also been pushed
    into his ****. The photo is probably taken nearby Heraklion in May 1941.
    The dead soldiers belonged to the FJR.1.
    thats gruesome.

    Mig, maybe you should add a warning, there are some nasty pics on this site.
    Last edited by Conga; 10-28-2005 at 07:56 PM.

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    Yes you're right , I forgot "those" pics...

    5 more pics about Drvar operation :

    Captured partizan jeep :

    SS-Fallschirmjägers with Tito's tunic :





    Last edited by *-Mig-*; 10-28-2005 at 07:48 PM.

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    Awesome pics mig, thanks...I wish they were in hi-res...

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    Great post. Its good to see that even though there are poeple on this broad with more crap.. and then brains someone is still willing to post great pictures of time and war that increasely people know little about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammerlock
    Great post. Its good to see that even though there are poeple on this broad with more crap.. and then brains someone is still willing to post great pictures of time and war that increasely people know little about.
    You reap what you sow. In this case the thread is featuring Nazi Soldiers invading a country where, said Nazi soldiers committed war crimes against the civilain population. Some featured, as mentioned above are SS.

    It's nice to know, over 60 years later, that the vast majority of these clowns met their demise at the hands of their enemy and were never able to enjoy a peaceful world without war. Screw 'em.

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    gadzook, that wasn't the most intelligent post was it? As even pics here, at least allegedly, that autrocities were as is usually the case by both case in armed conflict. Granted history will remember those commited by the German soldiers more than others and the examples might be more plentiful on their part, but still.. War is gruesome and there are no saints in it..

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    Wow..Really great pics.Many i haven't seen before.Mighty interesting! Thx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny_H View Post
    I'm not sure 1/6th scale models count.........

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