Men of Leibstandarte 'Adolf Hitler' at the Lichterfelde barracks in Berlin, Germany, 22 Nov 1938

Caption   Men of Leibstandarte 'Adolf Hitler' at the Lichterfelde barracks in Berlin, Germany, 22 Nov 1938 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseGerman Federal Archive
Identification Code   Bild 183-H15390
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 16 Jul 2011

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1. Tim Day says:
15 Jun 2012 03:54:49 PM

In 1969-70 I was stationed in Berlin, at Andrews Barracks. At that time there were very few original buildings left, the pool and the main building just inside the gate. However, there was one barracks building, I went inside once to see what it was like. The tile floors were now dirt, but the paintings in the mess hall were in very good condition. They depicted men bayoneting, tanks running over men, explosions, carnage of war from floor to ceiling all the way around the room. The soldiers rooms had a skull and cross bones over the door with a number in it. I've regretted not taking pictures, I'm sure this evil part of the SS life was never recorded.
2. Thomas says:
22 Nov 2014 08:31:15 AM

this group were also extremely fanatic and effective soldiers while holding the British and Canadian Army Group under Montgomery around Caen in June, July,and early August 1944. Almost wiped out to a man.

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