Ep 276: German Hardware

Ep 276: German Hardware

We’re talking German hardware and army units with military YouTuber Bernhard Kast. Wehrmacht doctrine, machine guns and riflemen groups are all up for discussion.

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  1. As you mention “Kriegsdienstverweigerer” and what happened to them – it counted as “undermining military force” and was punishable by deportation to concentration camps or death. An example for conscientious objectors who is quite well-known in Austria is Franz Jägerstätter, who objected to military service on religious grounds and was beheaded in 1943.

    Regards from Austria,
    Wolfgang

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