Jan Karlsson

Jan Karlsson

A good, down to earth, sort of, guy I think. Hate to see animal suffer. Earth, seen it all nearly,except for Australia next tour????
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An SS man hanged by his comrades for attempting to surrender to the Allies in Eichstätt, Germany, 25 April 1945. [[MORE]] chubachus: Source.

An SS man hanged by his comrades for attempting to surrender to the Allies in Eichstätt, Germany, 25 April [[MORE]] chubachus: Source.

Last photo of Adolf Hitler - April 1945 in Berlin. The Nazi empire had crumbled to a few blocks of Berlin. It wouldn't be long until AH committed suicide with his bride Eva Braun.

Last photo of Adolf Hitler - April 1945 in Berlin. The Nazi empire had crumbled to a few blocks of Berlin. It wouldn't be long until he committed suicide with his bride Eva Braun.

A Red Army Soldier standing next to dead German soldiers while getting ready to shoot a flare, Stalingrad

A Red Army Soldier standing next to dead German soldiers while getting ready to shoot a flare, Stalingrad. Stalingrad was one of the most bloody war in the history and World War 2

SS-Gruppenführer Generalleutnant der Waffen-SS Hans Georg Otto Hermann Fegelein (30 Oct 1906 – 28 Apr 1945) married Eva Braun's sister, Gretl. Shot for desertion on 29 Apr 1945. Knight's Cross on 2 Mar 1942 as SS-Standartenführer commander of the SS-Kavallerie-Brigade; 157th Oak Leaves on 22 Dec 1942 as SS-Oberführer commander of a Kampfgruppe ; 83rd Swords on 30 Jul1944 as SS-Gruppenführer Generalleutnant of the Waffen-SS and commander of the 8. SS-Freiwilligen-Kavallerie-Division Florian…

Hermann Fegelein was a General of the Waffen-SS. He was a brother-in-law to Eva Braun through his marriage to her sister, Gretl, and thus part of Hitler's entourage.

Buchenwald SS concentration camp guard tried to flee in civilian clothes, caught by inmates and then detained by US army - April 1945.

Lee Miller: SS Prison Guard, Buchenwald, 1945 “ Some SS guards donned civilian clothes and tried to escape. They were generally spotted by their former victims and savagely beaten. The lucky ones, like this man were rescued by the GIs and locked.