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Erkunde Brigadeführer Mohnke, 30. April und noch mehr!

Waffen-Hauptsturmführer der SS Henri Joseph Fenet commander Waffen SS-Sturmbataillon Charlemagne 24.04-2.05 1945

Henri Joseph Fenet (11 Juni 1919 - 14 September 2002) Ritterkreuz (29 April 1945) : SS-Hauptsturmführer dan komandan Sturm-Battailon 33.SS-Freiwilligen-Grenadier-Division "Charlemagne" Pangkat terakhir: SS-Hauptsturmführe

✠ Henri Joseph Fenet (June 11th, 1919 - August 14th, 2002) RK 29.04.1945 Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Kdr Sturm-Bataillon / 33. Waffen-Gren.Div der SS “Charlemagne” Decoration presented by SS-Brigadeführer Mohnke in the Reichs Kanzlerei between 20th and 30th April 1945.

Generalmajor Günther Niedenführ (links) und Oberstleutnant Gustav Krukenberg (rechts) 1943 in Borissow (Weißrussland)

Standartenjunker Sergei Protopopoff. KIA 29.04.1945 Berlin. Waffen SS-Sturmbataillon Charlemagne

François Appolot (1903/1904 - ? ) Ritterkreuz (29 April 1945) : SS-Oberscharführer dan Zugführer di Divisionskampfschule der 33.Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS "Charlemagne" (französische Nr. 1) Pangkat terakhir: SS-Oberscharführer

Pierre Rostaign Waffen-Hauptscharführer der SS. Waffen SS-Sturmbataillon Charlemagne 24.04-2.05 1945

The one that got away. Wilhelm Moerz, a Gestapo spy with a taste for the London high-life, sparked a frantic hunt during WWII. Special Branch spent months hanging around London nightclubs and hotels, while MI5 followed-up sightings from northern Scotland to southern England. Regarded as one of the cleverest secret agents the Germans had, Moerz is thought to be the only Nazi spy in Britain who evaded capture in WWII. For more info see http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4775130.stm

✠ Hermann Fegelein (30 October 1906 – 28 April 1945) Shot for desertion. RK 02.03.1942 SS-Standartenführer Kdr SS-Kav-Brig [157. EL] 22.12.1942 SS-Oberführer Kdr Kgr Fegelein 30.07.1944 [83. Sw] SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der W-SS Kdr 8. SS-Kav.Div