Jeff Tengg

Jeff Tengg

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'Verloren ist nur, wer sich selbst aufgibt' Lost only are those, who abandon themselves
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Hitler visiting the Canadian War Memorial, at Vimy Ridge, France. 1940. Hitler so respected & revered the Canadian soldier after fighting them in WWl that he gave orders not to bomb the Canadian Memorial. Canadians were given a name by the Germans in World War l   Canadians were called Storm Troopers. German soldiers feared the Canadians, gave them a scary name. Hitler reused that name for his own troops in WWll because it put fear into people.

Hitler visiting the Canadian War Memorial, at Vimy Ridge, France. Hitler so respected & revered the Canadian soldier after fighting them in WWl that he gave orders not to bomb the Canadian Memorial.

Wilhelm Keitel, Hermann Göring, Karl Dönitz, Heinrich Himmler and Martin Bormann in conversation at a train station near the Obersalzberg,Bavaria Germany. the location of Hitlers Mountain residence "The Eagles Nest" which he used from 1939 until his death. The American Troops used it after the war in Europe ended

Five war criminals chatting: Wilhelm Keitel, Hermann Göring, Karl Dönitz, Heinrich Himmler and Martin Bormann in conversation at a train station near the Obersalzberg. The bad guys always seem to have nice uniforms and footwear.

Günther Viezenz (1921 – 1999) Hauptmann in the Wehrmacht. Vienzez was the record-holder of the Tank Destruction Badge. He single handedly destroyed 21 enemy tanks with hand held explosives such as a panzerfaust, satchel charge or hand grenade. Awarded four Tank Destruction Badges in Gold and one in Silver. Awards Infantry Assault Badge in Silver 21 Tank Destruction Badges for Individual Combatants 1 Silver 4 Gold Iron Cross 2nd and 1st Class Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross

Günther Viezenz – Hauptmann in the Wehrmacht. Vienzez was the record-holder of the Tank Destruction Badge. He single handedly destroyed 21 enemy tanks with hand held explosives such as a panzerfaust, satchel charge or hand grenade.