Penn44 wrote:You all have a vivid imagination.
Now, what I see is a woman who should not have been part of an army of conquest, and then lose the war.
As far as speculating what she did after the war: after her obviously failed career in the SS, she probably became one of the many German girls who hung outside American Kasernes in Germany performing all kinds of feats for candy bars and cigarettes. If she was lucky, she married an American, and moved to the US.
Obviously, she is no Max Schmeling, however, she would have benefitted had she implemented a little of that "bobbing” and “weaving" boxing technique in order to avoid some of those punches she received.
Most of us find seeing male members of a defeated army physically beaten outside of combat hard to take; for normal viewers, seeing the same done to a woman, whether military or civilian, on the losing side or the winning, is abhorrent. If you find some humour or fetishistic attraction in seeing a woman physically brutalized and/or humiliated, subjugated, or economically forced into prostitution, please keep it to yourself, as normal readers don’t share your tastes.
Treat the subject seriously, or don’t post here.