Asian Wehrmacht!

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  1. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Asian Wehrmacht legions!

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  3. Kunal Biswas

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    Indian legion, Normandy 44!

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    Those Indians who didn't make it!

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    Thanks for the pics had only heard about this earlier.

    Who were these Indians were they part of the INA by Netaji?
     
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    Thanks for pics. However, some of pics are irrelevant to Asian 'Wehrmacht Legion'

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    That man isn't Indonesian. In fact he's the 2nd son of Chiang Kai-Shek (President of ROC) - Chiang Wei Kwo (Jiang Wei-Guo)

    Before WW2 broke out, China had an intimate relationship with Nazi Germany. Chiang's 2nd son attended a military school in Germany. Of course later China and Germany broke ranks after China rejected German ambassador's offer to mediate Sino-Japan war.

    Chiang Wei-kuo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The drawing of 2 soliders shaking hands ->>> the right logo is actually of KMT (Republic of China) symbolising pro-war military cooperation between Nazi Germany and R.O. China.
     
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    They are part of Azad hind fauj and these men were a small part of Wehrmacht army reserved units, And Rest were transported to Indo-China..
     

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