Allah for Hitler - Moslem SS Units = c. 415 000 - 440 000 Moslem SS-men
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 27, 2009 at 18:15
> 3-400 000 muslim in NAZI power sounds boasting .<
Oleg Valentinovich Romanko , Moslem legions during WWII, Moscow 2004 , passim
I can translate in part the Table of Contents for you :
2. Peculiarities of organization and preparation of the Moslem volunteer units within the German Armed Forces(87)
Sources and Bibliography (237-249)
>Are you aware of the number you say .<
Are you posing this question to me or to the excellent Russian scholar I refer to ? If you wish to refute him, then go and write a better study than he has done. In the meantime go and refute the below :
"during WWII c. 2 000 000 men with foreign citizenship served in the German Armed Forces which amounts to c. 12% of the total personnel of the German Armed Forced that between 1939-1945 numbered c. 17 000 000. With such a number of men c. 157 German infantry divisions or analogous units could be formed and manned. [...]
It can be safely said that between 1941-1945 c. 415 000 -440 000 Moslem volunteers served in the German armed Forces in the following categories.
-Arabs and Moslems from India - 5000 and 2000 correspondigly
- Moslems from the Balkans c. 115 000 -125 000
- Soviet Moslems c. 290 000 and 305 000
It amounts to 22-23% of all the foreign volunteers and 2,5-2,6% of all the German Armed Forces between 1939-1945. [...] With this amount of Moslem volunteers 34-35 German infantry divisions or analogous units could be formed and manned. [Ibidem, p. 227-231] Besides, the Moslem SS men had a privileged position withing the foreign SS volunteers. They enjoyed practically the same rights as German soldiers which was not the case for other non-Moslem foreign volunteers in the SS.
> I will not surprise if oneday you say SS army was not guilty but the muslims were.What a nice contradiction.<
Let's leave it to the future what I will say in the future. In the meantime I say "to everybody his due". And the Moslem SS did more than their due to earn Himmler's and Hitler's admiration. Particularly the latter was enthusiastic about the "religion of peace".
4-You are right in that a PhD degree is required for my some words. But more than is required for your easy falsifying of anti-turkic words.<
Prove me wrong in one single point ! But "prove" not in the Turkish "sense" , i.e. pro-Turkish ="true"; anti-Turkish="false".
But am I not demanding too much from you? You probably don't even know that meaning of the word "prove", do you ?
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