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    Propaganda " ss " ???

    Ciao a tutti,
    ho trovato alla fiera di Danzika questo libretto di 80 pagine fortunatamente completo.Vi posto alcune foto e vi chiedo se potete di illuminarmi...[}]
    Grazie


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    Contattatemi per fare degli scavi o visitare i bunker
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    <font color="blue"><font face="Century Gothic">Ciao,visto cosi' dovrebbe essere una pubblicazione della Resistenza francese in memoria delle vittime di Oradour sur Glane.

    "In 1944, the Oradour towns people would have heard of the allied landing in Normandy within a day of that momentous June 6. But the invasion beaches were far away, and Oradour remained quiet. That would change with the arrival of members of the 2nd SS Panzer Division "Das Reich".

    When the allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, the German units stationed in France were placed on high alert. Most of the mobile units, including Das Reich, began a hasty advance to stem the flow of Allied troops beginning to gain a foothold in France. At the same time, the French resistance also went through an increased period of activity in an attempt to delay the advance of the Panzer divisions, in order to allow the Allies to secure their position even further.

    One such Resistance activity occurred just 10km from Oradour. On June 7, partisans blew up a railway bridge at Saint-Junien in an attempt to slow the movement of the 2nd SS Pz. Division toward the front. Several German soldiers were killed and an officer was taken prisoner in another local Resistance action.

    Interested in avoiding any large delays, the soldiers of Das Reich ignored St-Junien which was thought to be a large resistance strong hold, and instead diverted their attention to Oradour. Why Oradour was selected is still a mystery. Perhaps it was because the village was so quiet, so inoffensive, and there had been no rumor of partisans there.
    On the morning of June 10, units of the III Kompanie of 4.SS Reg., "Der Führer," entered the village. Villagers found this very curious because Germans had seldom been seen here during the occupation. At this point none of the villagers was alarmed, just curious as to why the Germans had decided to come to Oradour that day. Many people calmly watched from their doorsteps as the armored cars and lorries entered the village. Very few people thought of running away considering the village was surrounded both by vehicles and lines of soldiers.

    Then came the sound of the village drum which signalled for the inhabitants to gather in an area of Oradour known as the "Village Green". The villagers went leisurely at first, but patrols soon started to comb the streets and to gather the remaining villagers. While the soldiers were gathering the children, Roger Godfrin - a refugee from Lorraine, dashed into the garden and was the only one of 247 children to escape the impending doom. The entire population was gathered in the Village Green, and a rumour began that the Germans were there to check their identity cards, which seemed strange to most people.

    Soon after the villagers arrived they were divided into two groups, women and children on one side, and men on the other. The fear in the inhabitants of Oradour started to grow. Soon the women and children were lead off to the church, which calmed the fears of some of the women who were certain nothing dreadful could happen to them in the house of God. After the women were secluded in the Church, the German officer in command, demanded hostages before making a thorough search of the village. The mayor of Oradour, Dr. Paul Desourteaux, came forward and offered himself and his four sons. While the search of the village was conducted, five young men and a girl cycling through the village were immediately seized and would suffer the same fate as the rest.

    After the return of the soldiers from searching the village, and being fairly confident that no civilians were unaccounted for, further divided the men into several smaller groups. They were led into three barns, two garages, a warehouse and a hangar, and the ordeal began.
    It was around 4 o'clock that an explosion rocked the town of Oradour sur Glane. From inside the locked church, the women heard the rattle of machine guns, and other small arms as the men were masscre almost simultaneously in various locations throughout the village where the man had been confined by the soldiers.

    Survivors reported that the SS men fired first at the men's legs, then the soldiers continued to fire until nothing moved. They even climbed over the piles of bloody boied and finished off the unfortunate few who were still moving. Then, according to the few men who were still alive laying under the piles of bodies, the soldiers covered the bodies with straw, haw, wood and anything else that could be used for fuel to burn the corpses.

    Despite the horror of these massacres, a small number of men managed to escape the bullets. They were: Mathieu Borie, Clement Broussaudier, Marcel Darthout, Robert Hebras and Yvan Roby. According to their accounts, when the first volleys of machine gun and rifle fire began they threw themselves to the ground and feigned death. Then, extricating themselves from the piles of bodies above them, they made their way to a corner of the barn and waited while the inferno that had been set by the Germans raged around them. When they could no longer stand the flames and smoke, they made a break for the country side where they hid in the bushes until nightfall"




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    Salve!

    Molto Bello!
    Essendo a mio avviso un libro a sostegno della resistenza Francese è difficile che sia di propaganda per le "SS".
    E poi che strano... se è di propaganda per la resistenza... é così ornato di svastiche!
    Guardando le foto ho notato che le svastiche e le rune in alcune pagine sono messe al contrario.[8D]

    Vedi pag.63/77/70 o 79.

    Cmq interessante come oggetto!

    Ciao []
    Damiano / DEMJANSK

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