German historian: First they fought for Hitler, and then worked for Stalin


When the whole world celebrated the victory over fascism in May 1945, the war was not over for German prisoners of war. And if earlier they fought for the interests of Hitler and the Nazis, then, having been captured, they had to work for Stalin.


The fate of German prisoners of war to the Czech online publication Aktualne was told by a German historian, Rüdiger Overmans.

For the entire time of the Great Patriotic War, about three million German troops were captured by Soviet soldiers. Their work was used in Siberia, Ukraine, the Urals and in many other regions of the USSR. In addition, they were engaged in the restoration of the destroyed economy in the countries of Eastern Europe previously occupied by them, and also worked there in hazardous and harmful industries.

More than a million Germans were allowed to go home in 1946. The last prisoners of war returned to Germany in 1955.

Overmans claims that none of the German soldiers captured in 1941-1942 survived. Subsequently, mortality became lower. Of the three million German prisoners of war, according to the historian, “a quarter or a third” perished.

After their release, many of them with great difficulty adapted to peaceful life, because the former prisoners returned to a completely different country, not to the Nazi Germany that they remembered.

Overmans also notes the difference in attitudes towards these “repatriates” in the GDR and the FRG:

From the point of view of West Germany, they were martyrs in the struggle against communism. East Germany, in turn, saw in them criminals who deserved their fate.
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  1. rocket757 8 May 2020 11: 21 New
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    What are we sorry for them?
    They rushed to us without an invitation, got what they deserved .... and the boys, grandfathers, "historians" who are moaning, conduct in places of their "exploits", FOR EVERYTHING !!! We have a lot of them, such places.
    1. PalBor 8 May 2020 11: 26 New
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      And then, they did not work for Stalin, but restored what they destroyed. In a country that came to be razed to the ground. Oh, how poor they were, poor things. Again Kolya smells from Urengoy.
    2. Alexander Suvorov 8 May 2020 13: 53 New
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      Overmans claims that none of the German soldiers captured in 1941-1942 survived. Subsequently, mortality became lower. Of the three million German prisoners of war, according to the historian, “a quarter or a third” perished.
      Forgive the moderators, but this German rot reptile, does not want to remember how many prisoners of war of the Red Army died in German camps?
      No, well, how much can snot chew on our Foreign Ministry?
      But isn’t it time to remind, but in fact, what did German prisoners in the USSR forget? What, Stalin brazenly stole them from Germany and forced them to work? And note not for free. Where, in what other country were prisoners of war paid for their labor? Probably few of the modern youth from the Kolsurengoy category know that the Germans for their work received not only rations, which were sometimes higher than even the soldiers of the Red Army received, but salary for your work.
      The German does not want to remember what compatriots did to his monsters with our prisoners of war? And what did they do with the civilian population? And with the children who took all the blood for the German wounded?
      Stsukodla, some mats in the language, but we had every moral right to destroy the German people without exception, after what they had done here. But no, we are kind, we paid prisoners of war from the money that we ourselves had little, we fed the starving Germans and their offspring in the destroyed cities of Germany.
      WHEN DO WE ALREADY TELL ABOUT THIS WITH AN EXTRA VOICE? And we will not bleat over the next destroyed our monument?
      1. rocket757 8 May 2020 14: 12 New
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        Quote: Alexander Suvorov
        WHEN DO WE ALREADY TELL ABOUT THIS WITH AN EXTRA VOICE? And we will not bleat over the next destroyed our monument?

        It’s useless to say sho, to bleat! must be punished! if we count it right.
        Medieval is beautiful, like a balm for wounds, but now it is not possible!
        It means otherwise, no less painful!
        Shaw the capitalist is the most painful, for sho he is to any politician and to anyone, more / sh \ ku or sho another will immediately collapse ??? It’s not difficult to guess .... that’s why and to beat, with all the foolishness or wit that will be even more effective.
      2. Hlavaty 8 May 2020 16: 13 New
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        Quote: Alexander Suvorov
        Forgive the moderators, but this German rotten reptile does not want to remember how many prisoners of war of the Red Army died in German camps?
        No, well, how much can snot chew on our Foreign Ministry?

        You’re clutching at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs right away, but this “co-operation” is flourishing at all levels.
        Even at the level of this reputable site: I wanted to put a minus article, but not. Remember how in the comments you tried to introduce the same "Bologna" system - you can approve (+) type, but object (-) down. Thank God, after a long debate in the comments, this tolerance was removed, and now you can put both plus and minus.
        But with the articles, for some reason, they left this one-sided system - you can only approve. Why? We are afraid of offended authors to offend? Let them continue to be mistaken?

        So is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - it seems to him that they have also been forbidden to set cons.

        There is no room for objection in the new world - you either agree or be silent.
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      3. rich 8 May 2020 18: 36 New
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        Alexander Suvorov: : Where, in what other country were prisoners of war paid for their labor?

        In all countries of the world that have complied with the Hague Convention on Prisoners of War
        The USSR respected German prisoners of war. Of course, they were not paid the average salary of a Soviet citizen, but they received a monetary "allowance", which was 10 rubles for a soldier and 25 rubles for a general. You don’t have much money for this money, but it was quite possible to buy a cigarette, paper for letters and other little things. By the way, the prisoners were not limited in communication with the outside world. They had the right to write letters home and receive remittances.

        As a result, according to the Central Federal District of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR from 1943 to 1950. prisoners of war worked 1 man-days and set up in the amount of 067 billion rubles. In those days it was astronomical money.
      4. rich 8 May 2020 18: 43 New
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        Alexander Suvorov: few people know that the Germans for their work received not only rations, which were sometimes higher than even the soldiers of the Red Army received

        Well, where is the above?
        The daily ration of German prisoners of war, according to the Central Federal District of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR from 1943 to 1950, was 350 g of rye bread, 80 g of fish, 350 g of vegetables
        The daily allowance rates of the Red Army men and the commanding officers of the army included 800 g of rye wallpaper bread (900 g in the cold season, from October to March), 500 g of potatoes, 320 g of other vegetables (fresh or pickled cabbage, carrots, beets, onions, greens), 170 grams of cereals and pasta, 150 grams of meat, 100 grams of fish, 50 grams of fat (30 grams of fat and fat, 20 grams of vegetable oil), 35 grams of sugar. Smoked servicemen were supposed to have 20 grams of shag daily, monthly - 7 smoking books as paper and three boxes of matches. Compared to pre-war standards, only wheat bread disappeared from the main diet,
        1. Mordvin 3 8 May 2020 19: 20 New
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          Quote: Rich
          Well, where is the above?

          Often higher than workers. At Drabkin some German recalled how they fed our girls that they could not cope with the plan.
          1. rich 8 May 2020 19: 28 New
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            Often, higher than workers.
            . So give a specific example.
            In the meantime, the faith of the Central Federal District of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR is much greater than the stories about "not coping with the girls' plan" in German prisoners of war camps.
            1. Mordvin 3 8 May 2020 19: 32 New
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              Quote: Rich
              The faith of the Central Federal District of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR is much greater

              And where is written in the Central Federal District of the Ministry of Internal Affairs about the attitude of the population towards prisoners? Or vice versa?
              1. rich 8 May 2020 19: 36 New
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                And here is the attitude of the population towards prisoners? There is no need to wag and evade the question. You argue that the daily ration of German prisoners of war is often higher than that of workers.
                So give a specific example.
                1. Mordvin 3 8 May 2020 19: 42 New
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                  Quote: Rich
                  No need to wag and evade the question.

                  Poke a finger into the question, I do not see point-blank.
                  Quote: Rich
                  You argue that the daily ration of German prisoners of war is often higher than that of workers.

                  Not me, the Wehrmacht soldier who was captured.
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                  So give a specific example.

                  Look at Drabkin, I’m not going to interview him with the Germans for the sake of your Wishlist.
    3. antivirus 12 May 2020 17: 56 New
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      They rushed to us without invitation, got what
      But "reached Magadan and Baku"
      1. rocket757 12 May 2020 18: 22 New
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        As they got there, they stayed there, many. Just another lesson - Who is to us with a sword .... and then as usual.
  2. Cyril G ... 8 May 2020 11: 21 New
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    Overmans claims that none of the German soldiers captured in 1941-1942 survived.


    Insolent lies and pathetic attempt to wash. This wonderful man did not want to compare mortality in prison camps in the USSR and Germany?
    1. AU Ivanov. 8 May 2020 11: 28 New
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      Our prisoners of war were fed according to the standards established for the rear units. They that rations for the fifth flight norm had to be prescribed? Nobody destroyed the prisoners of war consciously, unlike ...
      1. Paranoid50 8 May 2020 14: 00 New
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        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        Our prisoners of war were fed according to the standards established for the rear units.
        And yes, our people are wide-hearted. In 1945, my grandfather, returning home to Ulyanovsk, met the neighbors on the way from the train station, saying "in secret" to him: "And Stepanida is feeding your nonsense ... Enemies, after all ..." I got home , met with his wife, children, in the course of learning what and how - it turned out that some citizens gave food to the Fritz for food. And where was it that time to fatten? A little later I went to look that it was such a nonsense ... There was a construction nearby, and there prisoners of war were involved in the utility room - their appearance was appropriate. The grandfather's verdict was unequivocal: "What kind of enemies they are now ... Tea, not warriors already ..." And he had every right to do so. Winner's right.
      2. orionvitt 8 May 2020 17: 51 New
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        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        Our prisoners of war were fed according to the standards established for the rear units

        The former employee (who was a kid in 1946) told. How hungry they were at German prisoners who worked at construction sites, exchanged potatoes and canned goods for various small things. Note that in prisoners of war, locals traded food. And like the German prisoners, after they were released, before leaving for Germany, goods were swept out in stores (they especially liked men's hats with a feather). And who of the German "historians" will tell me about the atrocities of the "Stalinist regime"?
        1. rich 8 May 2020 19: 07 New
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          exchanged potatoes and canned goods for different small things. Note, in prisoners of war, the locals traded food

          Everything could be. Although V.S. Vysotsky claims exactly the opposite - "at the construction sites, the Germans exchanged knives for bread with knives"
          1. Motorist 8 May 2020 21: 56 New
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            Thanks - I have not heard for a long time. You, but first of all, of course, to Vladimir Semyonovich.
  3. Hagen 8 May 2020 11: 22 New
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    Overmans claims that none of the German soldiers captured in 1941-1942 survived. Subsequently, mortality became lower. Of the three million German prisoners of war, according to the historian, “a quarter or a third” perished.

    Even in 1943, while preparing to repulse the "Citadel" in the troops of the Central Front, there were cases of death of personnel from exhaustion. So if even one of all millions of captured Germans returned, then this would be a lot for them. It was they who came to a foreign land for them. In fairness, they should have been buried on it all, to one, including cooks and harvesters of pork bristles.
    1. AU Ivanov. 8 May 2020 14: 35 New
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      We are not fascists, destroy prisoners of war. Even in fairness. This is our difference.
  4. Vasyan1971 8 May 2020 11: 22 New
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    From the point of view of West Germany, they were martyrs in the struggle against communism.

    Well yes. The perverted logic of the unfinished Nazi: "I went for the wool, returned to be cut and be offended ... offended. So - a holy martyr! He suffered for a just cause!"
    Have pity on him and make peace with him.
    1. NordUral 8 May 2020 11: 44 New
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      The perverted logic of the unfinished Nazi: "I went for the wool, returned to be cut and be offended ... offended. So - a holy martyr! He suffered for a just cause!

      This is the whole West.
  5. Cananecat 8 May 2020 11: 22 New
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    It could not be otherwise ... only the German historian missed the moment, how many prisoners remained then in the Union, as they will say now for permanent residence. Let not enough, but there were such.
    1. AU Ivanov. 8 May 2020 11: 34 New
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      I personally knew this. I stayed in the USSR for permanent residence, I don’t know how Makar, but the fact is clear. Engineer: His name and surname were changed, in order to avoid. He spoke with a slight accent, everyone considered him for the Baltic states. The most interesting thing is that even the veterans, knowing who he was, did not beat his face, but drank vodka with him. Magnanimous we are the people.
      1. iouris 8 May 2020 12: 14 New
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        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        but drank vodka with him

        They drank vodka ... When they built, in the rear, Russian people sometimes handed over bread to the prisoners, although they themselves didn’t eat up: “But how come they are simple people like us ...” (this is from the stories of a woman who herself did this , although her husband died at the front, and she was left with four children in her arms), of course, the diet was severe ...
        On May 9, in Galle, a rather elderly German came to the houses in which we lived, thanked him for not being allowed to die in captivity, cried ... They all knew and understood.
        They did not work for Stalin, but worked out.
        But there were units that went over to the side of the USSR to fight. I knew one.
        Many of them were re-educated in captivity, they consciously built the GDR, a state in which the German national spirit was not killed (unlike West Germany, Germany, where the British and Americans were purposefully doing this).
      2. ccsr 8 May 2020 14: 10 New
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        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        I personally knew this. I stayed in the USSR for permanent residence, I don’t know how Makar, but the fact is clear. Engineer: His name and surname were changed, in order to avoid. He spoke with a slight accent, everyone considered him for the Baltic states. The most interesting thing is that even the veterans, knowing who he was, did not beat his face, but drank vodka with him. Magnanimous we are the people.

        I’ll tell you a story that happened to my friends in Soviet times, which somehow repeats your memories. They lived in the Crimean city, and through the military enlistment office we went to the German Democratic Republic as freaks to work in our units. There they met the Germans, became close with them, and invited one such young couple in the summer when their business trip expired and they returned to the USSR. Those, having received an invitation, came to them for a week, because traveled around our country and decided to live with them, swim in the sea. And in the staircase where my friends lived, after the departure of the Stalinist camps, an old German woman, a god dandelion, who during the war served as either a warder in the camps, or in the SS troops as a civilian, settled, but she received her term in the form of a dozen, and back She didn’t want to return to Germany, apparently understood that she would not be welcome there, and most likely there were no relatives. In general, our camp life, northern climate and long sitting and uninhabited life made her almost our man, and camp jargon only added color to this former prisoner. And my friends did not come up with anything clever, as they decided to invite her to a meeting with the East Germans in order to establish contact between different generations of Germans. I did not describe in detail how this meeting took place, but for the first time the Germans' eyes went wide on the forehead when this “dandelion" waved a glass of vodka, sniffed it with bread and offered to raise a toast to Stalin. And when she was a little stiff, and tightened “Horst Wessel”, recalling the songs of her youth, these guests crawled slightly under the table and were so clogged that they didn’t open their mouths anymore. In general, their entire vacation began to go downhill due to such a meeting - they later admitted that they took it as a KGB provocation with the aim of tying them up as anti-Soviet. This whole story ended as harmlessly as it began - in general, the young Germans believed that my friends had no malicious intent, and just out of kind feelings they wanted the old German woman to communicate in her native language with her compatriots, especially since it was the eighties . As for this old German woman, my friends were friends with her, they didn’t feel any hostility to her, however, she herself was more likely our man, albeit with a warped fate. These are the stories that happened in Soviet times, when we really were a great people, and even treated the defeated Germans as ordinary injured people.
  6. avia12005 8 May 2020 11: 24 New
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    About 70 percent of the Wehrmacht prisoners of war taken by the Red Army returned to Germany. In the Soviet Union-only about 40 percent of prisoners of war of the Red Army, taken by the Wehrmacht. Any questions, Herr Rüdiger Overmans?
    1. Gray brother 8 May 2020 11: 27 New
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      Quote: avia12005
      Any questions, Herr Rüdiger Overmans?

      Herr has no questions, he clearly does not consider Russians for people.
      1. nikon7717 9 May 2020 08: 59 New
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        After such articles from different herrs, the desire to unwind a new process for the Germans for their atrocities like the Holocaust somehow wakes up. And make their payments lead another 200 years to all the descendants of those killed in the camps.
        Did they bring lesser plans and evil to the Slavs than to the Jews?
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          Quote: nikon7717
          After such articles from different herrs, the desire to unwind a new process for the Germans for their atrocities like the Holocaust somehow wakes up.

          That's what the calculation is, I think. They provoke reciprocal hatred, because their one-sided Russophobia looks idiotic.
  7. Gray brother 8 May 2020 11: 24 New
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    They didn’t work for Stalin, but they restored what was destroyed, which was essentially fair. And he draws parallels, damn German.
  8. 1536 8 May 2020 11: 24 New
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    Damn them!
  9. T.Henks 8 May 2020 11: 26 New
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    Some kind of smelly sediment from a German historian and a Czech publisher. The summary is: they are martyrs. Liberty further, gentlemen. A common human tendency, however.
  10. Barmaleyka 8 May 2020 11: 29 New
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    Overmans claims that none of the German soldiers captured in 1941-1942 survived.
    I'm crying now, but this fig historian doesn’t know how much survived in Leningrad? !!!!!
  11. ssergey1978 8 May 2020 11: 30 New
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    Delusional article. They should kiss the Soviet soldier for the fact that he allowed to live, and did not whisper as it should.
  12. Vladimir_2U 8 May 2020 11: 30 New
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    Martyrs, their Nazi mother. Mortality is big for them, yeah.
  13. Cyril G ... 8 May 2020 11: 31 New
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    Somehow it stinks strongly both from the Nazi Herr and the istorega, and from Czech prostitutes who are always willing to serve herrams ..
  14. rotmistr60 8 May 2020 11: 33 New
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    The German historian talks about German prisoners of war in a Czech online publication - today, it’s so symbolic (demolition of the monument to Konev, "ricin", Prague was not liberated by Soviet troops ....).
    From the point of view of West Germany, they were martyrs in the struggle against communism
    Attempts to whitewash the Nazis, rewrite history over the years only intensify. If at that time it was the point of view of the West Germans, today it is practically the whole of Europe. Especially in this is Eastern Europe.
  15. nov_tech.vrn 8 May 2020 11: 35 New
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    Another anonymous dumping of feces on the pages of VO, what is the matter of the Czech Internet publication “Aktualne” to German prisoners of war, and what historical value are the stories of the German historian Rüdiger Overmans. And about the concentration camps in Czechoslovakia, the online edition does not want to ask? Three auxiliary camps in Moravia served as branches of Auschwitz, several camps in the north of the country were administratively subordinate to Gross-Rosen in Lower Silesia. Most were run by the Bavarian Flossenburg. Including the concentration camp Svatava of the Sokolov region, through which about 10 thousand women of different nationalities passed. They worked for 12 hours for the benefit of the Hakenfelde concern, a branch of Siemens that manufactured products for the defense industry. Many of them died as a result of typhoid and exhaustion. The question is why in the Czech Republic so little is known about the existence of almost forty concentration camps on its territory during the war years?
  16. IL-18 8 May 2020 11: 39 New
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    East Germany, in turn, saw in them criminals who deserved their fate.
    Correct point of view
    1. Crowe 8 May 2020 11: 41 New
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      In the GDR, in general, everyone understood correctly.
  17. NordUral 8 May 2020 11: 40 New
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    they were engaged in the restoration of the destroyed economy

    And it is fair! And they could simply starve to death, as they did with ours.
  18. Miller 8 May 2020 11: 42 New
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    Well, some managed to adapt in the GDR. In 70-74 years. In the Krampnits garrison of the GSVG, the former military Luftwaffe pilot (the personnel at the base was German) worked as the head of the industrial goods base of the special trade, the base was located on the territory of the garrison.
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      Heh, my grandfather in the 50s taught the GDR to pilot the IL-14. Former Luftwaffe pilot.
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      Well, some managed to adapt in the GDR.

      Not only did they adapt, but those East Germans who visited our captivity and returned to the German Democratic Republic, according to the opinions of many of our military personnel, were very nice to our people, because they themselves saw what they did with us and how we feel about the Germans . They even sometimes treated our officers on Victory Day when they were in the gash on that day, or if they lived together in the same houses. Only those old Germans treated us badly, who either did not fight, or for some reason were not on the Eastern Front. In Torgau, an old German woman brought a saucepan daily to the brigade checkpoint to feed our soldier on duty - I saw it myself, and was taken aback until I found out that our soldiers saved her from starvation after the war.
  19. Was mammoth 8 May 2020 11: 53 New
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    "The last prisoners of war returned to Germany as early as 1955."
    Yesterday I sent photos to the Immortal Regiment. One of my uncles, a peaceful man who had spent four years returning from the army seven years after the Victory.
  20. Avior 8 May 2020 12: 06 New
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    I wonder if everyone is aware that the Wehrmacht and Waffen SS veterans, with the exception of those convicted at the tribunal, received and are receiving a good pension, just like from a widow.
    Moreover, the Germans also pay pensions in other countries - there was, I remember, the scandal that Germany pays the Belgians in Belgium, who served in the SS or the Wehrmacht. And to no avail, continued to pay.
    And these pensions are much larger than Russian ones.
  21. Igor Borisov_2 8 May 2020 12: 15 New
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    After their release, many of them with great difficulty adapted to peaceful life, because the former prisoners returned to a completely different country, not to the Nazi Germany that they remembered.


    Pity them and cry? How is boy Kolya? And after Auschwitz, Auschwitz was it easy for former prisoners of concentration camps to adapt? Cynical bastard ....
  22. Mavrikiy 8 May 2020 12: 25 New
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    From the point of view of West Germany, they were martyrs in the fight against communism. East Germany, in turn, saw them criminalswho deserve their fate.
    Propaganda zapadentsa. In the GDR, millions served in the Wehrmacht, and they went through the full course of Goebbels education. And for the FRG they were, who lost the war and worked for the enemy. request
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    They did not work for Stalin, but atoned for their sin before the Soviet people.
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  25. hohol95 8 May 2020 12: 58 New
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    From the point of view of West Germany, they were martyrs in the struggle against communism.

    But this historian did not provide data on the mortality of Soviet prisoners of war and stolen citizens in the Third Reich?
    Sooner these "martyrs" were released ...
  26. akarfoxhound 8 May 2020 13: 00 New
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    Good old story ...

    In the GSVG, one driver of a garbage truck leaving the unit on a German street accidentally hooked a German grandfather who was riding a velisiped ..... grandfather died ...... building in the parade ground ... the poor guy drove his head down in the middle of the parade ground .. Kompolka yelling from the rostrum pointing at him ........ Old German ... senior citizen !!!!!!!! during the war he was a tankman in the SS Dead head off !!!!!!! several times it was hit and burned in the Tiger !! Captured !!!!! went through all the horrors of the Soviet camps !!!! miraculously half-dead returned home !!!!!! So what!!! And so!!!!!!!! 40 years later, at the doorstep of his own house in his hometown, he perishes under the wheels of a Soviet trolley !!!!
    HOW IT'S CALLED????
    Silence, the polkan wipes his forehead and is touched by the bass:
    I call it - RETURN!
  27. Sklendarka 8 May 2020 13: 07 New
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    So the casket just opens up ... ,, ... they were martyrs in the struggle against the communists ... "
    These words say it all.
    I always have a question: were there old people, children, women whom they raped, burned, buried alive by communism?
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    At nemchury it seems again in memory cells the mess begins. And not just them, actually. what And even before the new big war, you can play out.
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    Well, nobody considered them martyrs there, except for neo-Nazis. It seems that many and many former prisoners of the USSR treated quite loyally. Suppose Hartman, having served his sentence of 11 years, never said bad things against the USSR. On the contrary, the strudel, who received help from Argentina, who did not need anything, when he heard the USSR, began to spit poison. He was the ideological inspirer of neo-Nazis. Uncle Sasha knew, a Japanese, a Japanese prisoner of war, stayed with us, married to a Russian, they died, there were two children, an interesting peasant.
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    They did not work for Stalin. They, a small part of all those guilty of such a universal calamity, corrected what they themselves had destroyed. If the WHOLE people of Germany worked for the restoration of the USSR FOREVER, then this would not atone for guilt. For the dead, 30 million, cannot be resurrected by any labor.
  31. vkd.dvk 8 May 2020 19: 10 New
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    Quote: akarfoxhound
    Good old story ...

    In the GSVG, one driver of a garbage truck leaving the unit on a German street accidentally hooked a German grandfather who was riding a velisiped ..... grandfather died ...... building in the parade ground ... the poor guy drove his head down in the middle of the parade ground .. Kompolka yelling from the rostrum pointing at him ........ Old German ... senior citizen !!!!!!!! during the war he was a tankman in the SS Dead head off !!!!!!! several times it was hit and burned in the Tiger !! Captured !!!!! went through all the horrors of the Soviet camps !!!! miraculously half-dead returned home !!!!!! So what!!! And so!!!!!!!! 40 years later, at the doorstep of his own house in his hometown, he perishes under the wheels of a Soviet trolley !!!!
    HOW IT'S CALLED????
    Silence, the polkan wipes his forehead and is touched by the bass:
    I call it - RETURN!

    The award found its hero.
  32. Swed 8 May 2020 21: 15 New
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    They came for slaves - they left with coffins.
  33. Motorist 8 May 2020 21: 35 New
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    according to the historian, “a quarter or a third” perished

    I do not claim that Overmans is not a historian. Well, maybe the historian is “a quarter or a third”, the rest is a person with low social responsibility ...

    Aw! Where are the numbers ?!
  34. poquello 9 May 2020 02: 41 New
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    From the point of view of West Germany, they were martyrs in the struggle against communism.

    in fact, this is all said, from the point of view of the "allies" the Nazis were heroes, they were taken out of their packs at the end of the war and saved from trial
  35. Zomanus 9 May 2020 03: 55 New
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    Well, how would they attack us in order to take our lives.
    Therefore, we were entitled, by the right of the winner, to share with their lives everything that we liked.