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Posted: April 08, 2008 06:44 am
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QUOTE (seeker @ April 07, 2008 04:31 pm)
i made this post, for all those who have pics with romanians involved in nazi organizations, to post them and share the stories.


i repeat the same message! <_<
so please, if you have photos or details about romanians involved in nazi organisations, post them.


ps: florin! why are you so angry? supose i navigate trought jewish sites, my mistake!
do you have a good , reliable german site that recognize all? i would apreciate it.

thanks :)

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Posted: April 08, 2008 07:20 am
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I read the books both those attributed to Hassel back in the 1970's and the latter published ones that were "ghost-written" when the original authors story-lines had dried up, seems being married to a porn star and a soft lifestyle in Spain had affected his own creative juices so to speak. :lol:

But, no matter what way you dress it up its still fiction. Hassel has been outed for being a lying "Walter Mitty" fantasist, who decided to write pulp-fiction and make money out of a fictitious life.

Kevin in Deva. :D
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Posted: April 08, 2008 10:06 am
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I have some Romanian SS-manner fotos in my collection. Will post some fotos tonight.

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Posted: April 08, 2008 02:22 pm
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QUOTE (Florin @ April 08, 2008 04:52 am)
The books of Sven Hassel may be a mixture of lies with true facts, but they are not a pro-Nazi propaganda, and their message is that war is a bad thing, in all its forms, and the author mentions the ugliness of war directly – it is not left for the reader to guess it.
These books are a stronger anti-war message than many other novels much better and much more famous, and that is what matters eventually. The more anti-war novels we have, the better, especially when we still have today nations ready to jump like a flock of sheep to invade other countries (war against Iraq, for example).

As a personal opinion, I think the abundance of information enough to fill 14 books was obtained from chatter with other war prisoners. Sven Hassel was war prisoner in 1945, and he later used for personal interest the stories heard from others from the prisoner camp. But you know how it goes with gossip and chatter – not everything you hear is true.

Hi Florin,

Thanks for the information.
I agree with you since i read several times most of Hassel's books.
Indeed he is an excellent writter-novelist. The actuality of his novels is still fresh.

Yours,
BM

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Posted: April 08, 2008 08:06 pm
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Gents, some Romanian SS-Manner:

1. First, the relative of user "seeker":

(IMG:http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n19/Alman2102/SS-mann-1.jpg)

2. Next, an SS-mann from Medias:

(IMG:http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n19/Alman2102/SS-mann-5.jpg)
(IMG:http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n19/Alman2102/SS-mann-6.jpg)
(IMG:http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n19/Alman2102/SS-mann-7.jpg)

More to come in a few days.

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Al

Source - My Collection.

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Posted: April 09, 2008 05:28 am
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Those who posted photos are advised to provide exact sources for them ("the internet" is not good enough). You have one day before they are deleted. Thank you.
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Posted: April 09, 2008 06:25 am
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From my point of view - the matters are very simple. The source is my Collection.

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Posted: April 09, 2008 09:01 am
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especially Sven Hassel is hardly quotable for anything beyond entertainment.
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Posted: April 09, 2008 03:14 pm
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wow alex!

the photos(i'm talking about the studios) with the ss man from medias are amazing!


thanks for youre post

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Posted: June 01, 2008 01:22 pm
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i was reading a book and found this man; i didn't knew that he was from romania.

arthur martin phelps
born in biertan/ 29 nov 1881, sibiu land
he was a staff officer of 5th ss panzer regiment, later become comender of ss regiment westland.
later he became the comander of 7th.SS-Freiwilligen-Gebirgs-Division Prinz Eugen

it is supposed that he was killed by the russians in 21 september '44, somewhere near arad, during an air raid. he was trying to escape, and the soldiers did not know his true identity and value and shot him and other germans that were with him.

(IMG:http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/7099/phlepslk6.jpg)


phelps inspecting an sdkfz(i bet is on romanian soil, just like in brasov-sibiu area)
(IMG:http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/8489/sdkfz253arthurplhepsprive4.jpg)


source: photo cd(ebay) & wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artur_Phleps

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Posted: June 01, 2008 01:58 pm
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Nope, that image was taken somewhere near Agram, I reckon. IMO not on Romanian soil. I recollect seeing on another forum, but now I haven't any clue. All that I know was the fact that it was a town near Agram, or something...

But, since we are talking about Prinz Eugen, please allow me to show you a nice portrait from my collection. A Romanian Volksdeutche, from Brasov, member of Prinz Eugen:

(IMG:http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n19/Alman2102/2-3.jpg)
(IMG:http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n19/Alman2102/3-2.jpg)

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Posted: June 01, 2008 03:08 pm
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:o wow

is this the guy that we talked about at mmn? the soldier from prejmer was in different unit?

thanks alex for sharing amazing materials :) B)
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Posted: June 01, 2008 08:02 pm
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QUOTE (seeker @ June 01, 2008 01:22 pm)
i was reading a book and found this man; i didn't knew that he was from romania.

arthur martin phelps
born in biertan/ 29 nov 1881, sibiu land
....

Being born in 1881 in Sibiu area doesnt mean that he was born in Romania, actually he is NOT from Romania. He is a german (saxon?) ethnic, born in Austro-Hungarian empire. In 1881 Sibiu was not belonging to Romania, but to AH empire.
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Posted: June 01, 2008 09:00 pm
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QUOTE (21 inf @ June 01, 2008 08:02 pm)
Being born in 1881 in Sibiu area doesnt mean that he was born in Romania, actually he is NOT from Romania. He is a german (saxon?) ethnic, born in Austro-Hungarian empire. In 1881 Sibiu was not belonging to Romania, but to AH empire.

:huh: ...you are wrong! he was born in the area of former kingdom "dacia"...daci+romans=romanians=> romanian soil. in 12th century came the invasion.

help me resolve this issue!
hitler was born in 1889 in braunau, a city in austro-hungarian empire. was he a hugarian?
:lol:

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Posted: June 02, 2008 05:38 am
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QUOTE (seeker @ June 01, 2008 09:00 pm)
QUOTE (21 inf @ June 01, 2008 08:02 pm)
Being born in 1881 in Sibiu area doesnt mean that he was born in Romania, actually he is NOT from Romania. He is a german (saxon?) ethnic, born in Austro-Hungarian empire. In 1881 Sibiu was not belonging to Romania, but to AH empire.

:huh: ...you are wrong! he was born in the area of former kingdom "dacia"...daci+romans=romanians=> romanian soil. in 12th century came the invasion.

help me resolve this issue!
hitler was born in 1889 in braunau, a city in austro-hungarian empire. was he a hugarian?
:lol:

Your geography appears to be a little off,

Braunau am Inn was never Hungarian:-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braunau_am_Inn

Throughout its history it changed hands four times. It was Bavarian until 1779 and became an Austrian town under the terms of the treaty of Teschen, which settled the War of the Bavarian Succession.

As a major Bavarian city, the town played an outstanding role in the Bavarian uprising against the Austrian occupation during the War of the Spanish Succession, when it hosted the Braunau Parliament, a provisional Bavarian Parliament in 1705 headed by Georg Sebastian Plinganser born 1680 in Pfarrkirchen; and died 7 May 1738 in Augsburg.

Under the terms of the treaty of Pressburg, Braunau became Bavarian again in 1809. In 1816, during re-organisation of Europe after the Napoleonic Wars, Bavaria ceded the town to Austria and was compensated by the gain of Aschaffenburg. Braunau has been an Austrian city ever since.

Braunau has a remarkable 15th-century church with a 99m-high spire, the third highest in Austria. Its patron saint is St. Stephen. The remains of a castle house a museum and parts of the former town walls can still be seen. Another museum is housed in refurbished 18th century public baths.

Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau on 20 April 1889; but he and his family left Braunau and moved to Linz in 1894. Outside the building in which he was born is a memorial stone commemorating the victims of World War II. The stone is made of granite from the Mauthausen concentration camp. It states: Für Frieden, Freiheit und Demokratie. Nie wieder Faschismus. Millionen Tote mahnen, or "For Peace, Freedom and Democracy, never Again Fascism, Millions of Dead Warn (us)."

With regards the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Austria was the dominant and commanding section of the partnership.


In 1881 Sibiu, was under the control of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, there never was any legal papers issued with, to, or for "Dacians", so your argument falls flat with that reasoning, and legally that makes the man born in Sibiu, a Austro-Hungarian of German decent.

Kevin in Deva. :D



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