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33rd Waffen Grenadier Division Of The SS Charlemagne (1st French) - Defence of Berlin
... In early April 1945, Krukenberg now commanded only about 700 men organized into a single infantry regiment with two battalions (Battalions 57 and 58) and one heavy support battalion, without equipment ... He released about 400 men to serve in a construction battalion the remainder, numbering about 350, had chosen to go to Berlin and conduct a delaying action against ... Berlin ordered Krukenberg to proceed to the capital with his men, who were reorganized as Sturmbataillon ("assault battalion") "Charlemagne" ...
Monowitz Concentration Camp - History of The Labor Camp
... decided to turn the barracks camp being built in Monowice for civilians over to the SS, to house prisoners ... February 10, 1943 SS-Obersturmbannführer Gerhard Maurer, responsible for employment of concentration camp prisoners went to Oświęcim, he promised IG ... and constantly demanded that the capos and SS men enforce higher productivity of the prisoners, by beating them ...
Fürstengrube Subcamp
... Negotiations in July 1943 between Auschwitz Commandant Rudolf Höss and representatives of IG Farbenindustrie AG and Fürstengrube GmbH, led to an agreement to ... In early September 1943, the SS began moving prisoners, probably including a few German prisoner foremen, from Auschwitz to the Fürstengrube subcamp, which appears as "Lager Süd ... SS Master Sergeant Otto Moll was named the subcamp's first commandant he served in that position until March 1944 ...

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