Adam Carr wrote:The SS was a criminal organisation, guilty of the most monstrous criminal acts including the organisation and implementation of the greatest genocide in modern times. Its members do not merit commemoration.
It´s really hard, reading such sentences and opinions, to stay in a good mental state.
Adam, you are writing here about my ancestors and the only thing you know about, is the 60 years old Nürnberger decree???!! I can´t write, what I´m really thinking about your "knowing"....
I know -based on your posts in the whole forum- , you never change your opinion, you know, what´s true and what´s false...but let me try for the last time: Read the book "Steel Inferno - I SS Panzer Corps in Normandy" from Michael Reynolds (C) 1997 Spellmount, The Old Rectory, Staplehurst, Kent TN12 0AZ. Maybe you will find some new informations from a really expert and maybe the next time you will cogitate before writing affronts to hundred thousand brave soldiers, who fight and died in the same way as their enemies.
For all, who are really interested in informations, I will show you 4 photos. You will remark some differences in the inscriptives, so everybody with a open mind can recognize the changes in the appreciatians about our warvictims in the last 200 years.This 3 marker are on one column in a cemetery in Bavaria:
In this beech grove far away from home, 2000 warriors found their last resting place anno 1800. They died after the battle of Hohenlinden here in the hospital Baumburg. For our brave brothers this humble memorial was given by some patriots 1867." RIP (no, this means not "Rest in Peace", it is Requiescat In Pace, Latein)
About the battle: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_ ... nden_(1800
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