Ups, sorry...I think I made mistake about this numbers No, there is no list about Lithuanians in Waffen-SS. Maybe when I write it some numbers from another nationality in Waffen SS flash in my mind.about 3-4,000 Lithuanians who served in the Waffen-SS
Maybe I'm wrong about the credibility of the sources that I read because the topic is very obscure. That's why I'm tried to get help from somebody that maybe knowing about the issue.
BTW, here one sources that I read about Lithuanians in Waffen-SS:
from: "Lithuanian Volunteers in the German Wehrmacht in WWII"Aside from the above mentioned 38 units, there were also five Lituanische Bau-Bataillonen numbered I-V that were formed during 1943. All five units were attached to German Pioneer units under the control of Armeegruppe Nord. The commanding officers were all Lithuanian. The operations of these units consisted largely of road and railway construction and the building of defensive works. Initially, the units were not armed, but as partisan activity became increasingly heavier they were provided various light weapons to protect and fight against the partisan forces. Interestingly, many members of the Lithuanian construction units were asked to join the Waffen-SS, of which up to 40% eventually did, although no Lithuanian national unit was ever formed under the Waffen-SS, and all volunteers served on an individual basis.
by Jason Pipes. http://www.feldgrau.com/lith.html
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