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By Thorolf Hillblad

  • Rare account of a non-German who fought within the elite Waffen-SS
  • New details at the eleventh SS Panzergrenadier department
  • No-holds-barred narrative of the jap entrance

    This is the tale of Erik Wallin, a Swede who volunteered for the Waffen-SS, serving within the panzer reconnaissance battalion of the eleventh SS Panzergrenadier department, a unit composed commonly of volunteers from Scandinavia. The department observed strive against within the Courland Pocket, alongside the Oder River, and in Berlin.

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