Hecht wrote:Seems to me you did not catch that Dorsch is a GERMAN NATIONAL and a german WWII veteran, and he is wearing .57 denaz. badges.
Yes, a german national
who take part on a nazi - memorial in Austria
! So Austrian Law is to apply.
http://www.austriantimes.at/news/Genera ... rg_meeting
If I'm not wrong 57 awards were published on the Bundesheer Gazzette and were, and I think still are, totally legit.
Hecht wrote:So, he is not there as a Bundesheer member, but as a WWII veteran.
Hecht wrote:And anyway we are NOT talking about the Austrian Bundesheer, but about German Bundesheer.
We are talking about the Austrian Bundesheer as the Germans call their army Bundeswehr!
Seems to me you should research better on the subject.
The Ulrichsberg Meeting is not a "Nazi" meeting, is a WWII veterans meeting: usually the Major of Klagenfurt, Austrian Government Personalities and the Austrian Bundesheer attend the event.
Due to that, it's a totally legal and legit meeting.
Please produce any Austrian Police/Carinthian Government source about the meeting being "Nazi" and then "Banned" and sources about Dorsch breaking the laws wearing his legit 57 version awards.
You may like or not german WWII veterans, but this don't make them outlaws just because they wear awards issued by their German Government.
No, again, we are not talking about the post-45 Austrian Army, we are talking about the post-45 German Army.
Austrian Army have nothing to do with Mr.Dorsch, since he was a german WWII veteran and if I recall correctly a post-war member of the German Army.