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krimsonglass51 wrote:I think many people here are aware of the Werwolf plan that was enacted by the German military command in the final years of the war to create a resistance movement against the Allies. This movement was to be based in Germany. However, I recently discovered that German intelligence also created a stay-behind unit in Finland called Sonderkommando Nord during the final years of WWII in that part of Europe.
So my question is, were there any other stay behind units set up by Nazi Germany elsewhere in Europe?
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