Markus Faulhaber - Commands

Commands

  • 3rd Company SS Infantry Regiment Germania / 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking
  • SS Panzergrenadier Brigade 49 June 1944 - August 1944
  • 95th SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment, Division Nibelungen January 1945 - May 1945

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    Those commands of superiors which are contrary to our first duties are not to be obeyed.
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