Music: March of the Flemish Legion,

On February 5, 1943, General H.A. Seyffardt, the commander of the Volunteer Legion Netherlands, a volunteer corps of the German SS, was murdered at his home in Scheveningen by the resistance organization CS-6. On February 10 he is buried in The Hague with a funeral with military honor.

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Eng Translation song:
The Dutch people revive after years,
Broken is the yoke of slavery!
They join us in our ranks,
Trusting, undivided and free!
And cheerful its sounds widely:
We bring you the new era!
You Dutch shires!
Reach out to each other,
W.A. Marcheert, W.A. Marcheert,
For our People and Fatherland.
You Dutch shires!
Reach out to each other,
W.A. Marcheert, W.A. Marcheert,
For our People and Fatherland.

Music: 0164 - 11 th September, 1683 Soundtrack / the battle of Kahlenberg (Roberto Cacciapaglia)

Music - The Enemy Will Not Pass

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Becoming a National Socialist Warrior.
Remastered Video (Eng. Subtitles)
Speech by SS-Standartenführer of the Dutch-SS Henk Feldmeijer (HD footage)
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Marching song of the Dutch Waffen SS

The 7th SS Volunteer Mountain Division "Prinz Eugen" was a German mountain infantry division of the Waffen-SS, during World War II in Yugoslavia. Formed in 1941 from both Germans and Volksdeutsche (ethnic German) volunteers and conscripts from the Banat, Independent State of Croatia (NDH), Hungary and Romania, it fought a counter-insurgency campaign against communist-led Yugoslav Partisan resistance forces in the occupied Serbia, NDH and Montenegro. It was given the title Prinz Eugen after Prince Eugene of Savoy, an outstanding military leader of the Habsburg Empire who liberated the Banat and Belgrade from the Ottoman Empire in the Austro-Turkish War of 1716–18. It was initially named the SS-Freiwilligen-Division Prinz Eugen (SS-Volunteer Division Prinz Eugen).

Structure SS-Division 'Wiking'


5. Infanterie Division (mot.) "Germania" (6-1940 - 21-12-1940)
SS-Division "Wiking" (1-1-1941 - 9-11-1942)
SS-Panzergrenadier-Division "Wiking" (9-11-1942 - 22-10-1943)
5.SS-Panzer-Division "Wiking" (22-10-1943 - 5-1945)

General structure of 5.SS-Panzer-Division 'Wiking'

Stab der Division
SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 9 "Germania"
SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 10 "Westland"
SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment "Nordland" (Nordland was removed to help form the core of the new SS Division Nordland in 1943)
estnisches SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Batallion "Narwa" (left the Division in 1944)
Finnisches Freiwilligen-Batallion der Waffen-SS
SS-Sturmbrigade "Wallonien"
SS-Panzer-Regiment 5
SS-Panzerjager-Abteilung 5
SS-Sturmgeschutz-Abteilung 5
SS-Sturmgeschutz-Batterie 5
SS-Panzer-Artillerie-Regiment 5
SS-Flak-Abteilung 5
SS-Werfer-Abteilung 5
SS-Panzer-Nachrichten-Abteilung 5
SS-Panzer-Aufklarungs-Abteilung 5
SS-Panzer-Pionier-Batallion 5
SS-Div. Nachschub. Tr. 5
SS-Instandsetzungs-Abteilung 5
SS-Wirtschafts-Batallion 5
SS-Sanitäts-Abteilung 5
SS-Feldlazarett 5
SS-Kriegsberichter-Zug 5
SS-Feldgendarmerie-Trupp 5
SS-Feldersatz-Battallion 5
I./SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 23 "Norge"
I./SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 24 "Danmark"

The people around him are not actors,
There is still hope.

On May 22nd,1939, Germany and Italy signed a Pact of Friendship and Alliance which is more commonly known as the Pact of Steel. The Pact was based on an assumption that war would break out within the next 3 years and tied German and Italian economic, military and foreign policies together.

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Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin (1838-1917) the founder of the company Zeppelin led the way to the development of the airships and built the German D-LZ 129 Hindenburg in the early 20th century. When the Hindenburg was in the process of completion, Paul Joseph Goebbels who was a German politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 wanted the Hindenburg to be named Adolf Hitler, even though he Hindenburg was completed with the financial support of the Nazi government, Dr. Hugo Eckener the manager of the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin and the commander of the famous Graf Zeppelin refused to name it after Hitler and named the airship after the president of Germany, Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg (1847-1934). Even though Dr. Hugo Eckener refused to name it after Adolf Hitler, the rudder of the Hindenburg would eventually have the swastikas emblazoned on its tail fins symbolizing the Nazi power. This led to continuing bomb threats which led to suspicions of sabotage in the Hindenburg disaster on May 6, 1937. The cause of the explosion of the Hindenburg has never been determined.






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