Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

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Malbret17
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Re: Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

Post by Malbret17 » 19 Dec 2010 16:18

The "Charlemagne"'s Headquarter's secretary Robert S. told me, a long time ago (about 40 years ago), there were between 350 to 400 french soldiers in Berlin.
An other Charlemagne's man, who was my chief at work, told me that two trucks could not join Berlin. He was in one of this two trucks. He affirmed me there were about 400 men going to Berlin. Him Bernard B. will join Danmark from where he went back to France, but this is an other story.

Serbian heavy cavalry
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Re: Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

Post by Serbian heavy cavalry » 02 Oct 2012 20:24

This is the first time that I see the official SS sign/runes near the name of SVC. The unit above is Indische Freiwilligen-Legion 950, also transferred to the W-SS in late 1944.

But even if Serbian volunteers were SS soldiers, I highly doubt they were aware of it. :D

Stand 1.2.1945

http://i35.tinypic.com/10n6n9e.jpg

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Re: Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

Post by Twiggy » 06 Oct 2012 05:25

The Serbs weren't affiliated with the Waffen-SS.
Few Chetniks under Draza Mihajlovic's command went to cooperate with the nearby in Bosnian/Croat territory SS Handzar, which were Bosnian Muslims and extremist Croatian Catholics.

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Re: Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

Post by G. Trifkovic » 06 Oct 2012 13:34

Twiggy wrote:The Serbs weren't affiliated with the Waffen-SS.
Few Chetniks under Draza Mihajlovic's command went to cooperate with the nearby in Bosnian/Croat territory SS Handzar, which were Bosnian Muslims and extremist Croatian Catholics.
Twiggy,

the topic is the connection between the SDK and the SS; please, stay on it.

Thanks,

G.

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Re: Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

Post by Twiggy » 09 Oct 2012 01:31

This is a false topic.
The Serbians were never in the Waffen-SS, Nor were they eligible to join the National Socialists in Yugoslavia.
That myth of the eleged SDK and Serbs in the SS are fake.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng61---XFws

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Re: Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

Post by Annelie » 19 Jun 2013 03:52

Is there a more clear photo of Strahinja Janjić available please?

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Re: Serbian SS Unit (& SDK)

Post by JGZupan » 22 Jan 2014 02:22

Can anyone identify the SDK unit (regiment/company?) that passed through the Loibl Tunnel (Ljubelj Pass, Slovenia-Austria border) on May 10, 1945? And the identity of the CO of this SDK unit?

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