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JTV wrote:What I have heard from Danish sources, it seems highly unlikely that SS would have had Suomi submachineguns manufactured in Denmark in their use in 1941 - 1942. Apparently Danish-manufactured Suomi submachineguns went to Danish military, which the Germans didn't disarm until August - October of 1943.
John Hilly wrote:Couldn't this make it possible that some of those Danish military Suomi-guns ended to the Freikorps Denmark.
Korps were backed up Danish Gov., although not officially???
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