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A ministry spokesperson told the Swiss newspaper Neue Zuercher Zeitung that the payments are not made for service in the Wehrmacht or Waffen-SS per se, but rather as compensation for injuries received while serving.
One of the successes Muller assesses--preparing the Wehrmacht for war--had been achieved by 1939.
As the Wehrmacht exerted more and more control over the Italian armed forces and government, the Italians' traditional dislike of Germans reached a breaking point.
(4.) Literally translated as "Exhibition on the Wehrmacht." "Wehrmacht" means "defence force," encompassing the three branches of the armed forces of Nazi Germany: Army, Navy and Air Force.
Popular with the Wehrmacht, it will be found with three different inspection codes (i.e., waffenamts), including the WaA140 you note, which was the most common.
The "typewriter" was, in fact, a German Wehrmacht Enigma I, a World War Two cipher machine, and the collector who bought it put it up for sale at the Bucharest auction house Artmark with a starting price of 9,000 euros ($10,300) (www.artmark.ro).
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, known as the Desert Fox, was a field marshal in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II.
Officers of the Wehrmacht (German armed forces) were appalled by the slaughter of the Jews by the SS (State Security) units.
I have some good news for anyone who could use some this week: The Wehrmacht isn't marching on Brooklyn Heights.
To make a purely illustrative analogy with 1939 and 1940, I can see the case for letting it be known that we would be prepared to end hostilities if the Wehrmacht belatedly withdrew from Poland.