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Malmedy Massacre - Peiper Moves On
... The opening forced through the American lines by Kampfgruppe Peiper was marked by other murders of prisoners of war, and later of Belgian civilians ... Peiper’s men murdered about 100 Belgian civilians ... American Army engineers blocked Peiper's advance in the narrow Amblève River valley by blowing up the bridges ...
Losheim Gap - Advance Towards Hünningen
... Peiper easily captured the town and 50,000 US gallons (190,000 l 42,000 imp gal) of fuel for his vehicles ... Peiper suddenly turned south to detour around Hünningen, interested only in getting back onto his assigned Rollbahn ... Kampfgruppe Peiper a few days later gained notoriety for their murder of U.S ...
Tadeusz Peiper
... Tadeusz Peiper (Kraków, May 3, 1891 – November 10, 1969, Warsaw) was a Polish poet, art critic, theoretician of literature and one of the precursors of the avant-garde movement in Polish poetry ... Born to a Jewish family, Peiper converted to Catholicism as a young man and spent several years in Spain ... Peiper was born 3 May 1891 in Kraków under Partitions ...
Allan Peiper
... Allan Peiper (born 26 April 1960) is a former Australian road cyclist, who competed in five Tour de France races, with the last being in 1992 ... Director of BMC Racing Team Born in Alexandra, Victoria, Australia, Peiper had a tough upbringing, his father was a violent drunk and his mother worked herself to ... Once he started working, Peiper saved his wages from his factory job in order to travel to Europe ...
Battle Of Lanzerath Ridge - Aftermath - German Armor Advance
... Kampfgruppe Peiper, the lead element of the Sixth Panzer Army's spearhead, 1st SS Panzer Division, consisted of 4,800 men and 600 vehicles ... Peiper's lead units did not reach Losheim until 730 pm, when he was ordered to swing west and join up with the 3rd Fallschirmjaeger Division, which had finally ... Peiper was furious about the delay ...