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SS-Panzergrenadiers Ernst Kalt and Berthold Nasse, "Kampfgruppe Hansen", SS-Panzerdivision 'Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler', smoke a cigarettes after the ambush a column of US Cavalry Group Mechanized in Poteau, Belgium.

SS-Obersturmbannführer Max Wünsche (with the bandaged head), Rgt. Komm. of SS-PzRgt 12 visiting survivors of III.ZUG 15./25 SS PzG. Rgt. at Rots, Normandy on June 9, 1944. Partly seen on the right side of the image is SS-Hauptsturmführer Rudolf von Ribbentrop, 3. Kompanie, I./SS-PzRgt 12, son of German foreign minister von Ribbentrop

SS-Obersturmbannführer Max Wünsche (with the bandaged head), Rgt. Komm. of SS-PzRgt 12 visiting survivors of III.ZUG 15./25 SS PzG. Rgt. at Rots, Normandy on June 9, 1944. Partly seen on the right side of the image is SS-Hauptsturmführer Rudolf von Ribbentrop, 3. Kompanie, I./SS-PzRgt 12, son of German foreign minister von Ribbentrop

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See, big cats really are sweet. They really do have tender and caring hearts. We, the nasty humans we are, just assume they are dreadful creatures, but they really aren't all that bad.

Waffen SS patrol near Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The Waffen SS quickly engaged the Allied troops but were badly outgunned and outnumbered. Nevertheless, they fought a desperate battle suffering irreparable casualties in the process.

June Waffen SS-Schütze Klaus Schuh (killed June with his machine gun and Waffen SS-Unterscharführer Koslowski, belonging to the SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment Waffen SS Panzer Division "Hitlerjugend".

Hellcat — gespensterdivision:   Waffen SS Grenadiers near a...

SS- An elite corps of combat troops (SS is short for Schutzstaffel, which is German for “protective shield”) formed originally within the German Nazi party as a bodyguard for Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders and led by Heinrich Himmler.

Soldiers of the "Hermann Goering" division walk past a damaged heavy tank destroyer "Elephant" from the 653rd tank destroyer battalion in the Italian town of Nettuno, March 1944.

"Elephant" from the tank destroyer battalion. Soldiers of the "Hermann Goering" division walk past a damaged heavy tank destroyer "Elephant" from the tank destroyer battalion in the Italian town of Nettuno, March 1944 (Phil DeFer).