I was a Panzer-Grenadier in the Waffen-SS, Specifically the 1st SS-Pz.Div. LSSAH. AMA.DownFallSyndrome 27 points 3 years ago You still have your luger! That's so awesome. I'm wanting to get one to add to my collection of World War 2 stuff. So expensive though....I've noticed German and English have much in common. But the grammar can be hard.Tell your grandpa thanks for answering all these questions. And thank him for his service.(Yes I know he was technically the "enemy" but he was fighting for his people and country. A brave thing to do.)[-]Alder333 71 points 3 years ago Me: Grandpa's crying right now. He say's no one has ever said that to him before and to tell you, thank you.Thank you so much for thanking him for his service.[-]reaper420 12 points 3 years ago What did you think of the Nuremberg trials? Do you think the right people were charged , should have more been more charged... less etc[-]Alder333 24 points 3 years ago Grandpa: Less. No soldier should have been tried there, only the politicians. Your supposed to charge the people at the top for command failures, not the people in the near top or middle. That's not how responsibility and blame works.
huh. I imagine it must have been two checkboxes: _ were you a nazi or nazi collaborator?_ ...ok, but are you a scientist or engineer with valuable expertise we can use in our arms race with the soviets?