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French) who were deployed to defend Berlin and the Führerbunker. They were originally called: Légion des Volontaires Français contre le Bolchévisme, or LVF).
SS Charlemagne Grenadiere
Obersturmbannführer Mayol De Lupé (Military priest French Foreign Legion, Chaplain in the LVF). He was 63 years old.
They fiercely fought the Russian advance in Berlin, and together with elements of the Hitler Youth destroyed a great number of Russian tanks using panzerfausts. Hitler Youth fighters were boys, some of them, very young. During the battle of the Bulge, some American soldiers were distressed to find that their opponents were mere children… They were however some of the most tenacious combatants.
Hitler Youth
Hitler youth with Panzerfaust waiting to hit soviet tanks… I included this image
above from the movie “Der Untergang” because it reflects very well what was going on, as to the weaponry used by the HJ, and the young age of the combatants.
Hitler Youth boy decorated with the iron Cross
(looks to me as an 11–12 year old boy…)
The name of this Hitler Youth boy was Hans-Georg Henke. He was crying due to the effects of combat shock. Both his parents were dead. He’s just a kid who has seen the abyss and bursted into tears….
I am very glad to report that Hans-Georg Henke survived the war. He died of natural causes in 1997. Above is an image in his later years
Fighting in Berlin
Inferno in Berlin
Fighting was heavy in Berlin and by April 28, 108 soviet tanks had been destroyed….and counting. In the end SS Charlemagne soldiers were annihilated. From the 300 men or so, only a few men remained defending the Führerbunker even after Hitler’s suicide on April 30. After surrendering, some were summarily executed by French authorities. In one case, there was an interesting exchange between Free French General Philip Leclerc and a group of 10 Waffen SS-Charlemagne soldiers captured. The general asked them, “Why are you wearing German uniforms?” One of the captured men immediately and firmly replied, asking him “Why are you wearing an American uniform?” (Leclerc had served under the Americans and there were not many French uniforms available). All were shot on Leclerc’s orders without trial on May 8.
And now, another interesting case, but this time, about someone who when all was lost fought for the opposite reason namely, fighting for his people, only. We are talking about General Walther Wenck who being the youngest general in the German army, was known as the “Boy General”.
General Walther Wenck
General Wenck and Field Marshal Heinz Guderian
He liked pranks. Once he had an 88 mm cannon fire some rounds to scare a visiting General taking a bath in the bathtub, who jumped out of it, dripping wet to the amusement of Wenck.
Hitler was not known for his sense of humor, much less during those times, full of bad news from the front. In 1944 as Chief of Staff of Army Group South Ukraine, Wenck reported to Adolf Hitler about the situation and conditions in the area. He told Hitler, “As you can see my Führer, the Eastern Front is like a Swiss cheese…. Full of holes”. He was lambasted by his superior officers for using colloquial language. However, Hitler commended the "liveliness" of his report…..
He was initially in charge of Operation Solstice” 15-18 February 1945 involving a German counter attack which stopped Zhukov’s forces, delaying his offensive against Berlin for two months.
On 10 April 1945, Wenck was made the commander of the German Twelfth Army located to the west of Berlin. The area controlled by Wenck's army to his rear and east of the Elbe River turned into a vast refugee camp for German civilians fleeing the path of the approaching Soviet forces. Wenck put great effort to provide food and lodging for these refugees. It was estimated that, the 12th Army was feeding more than a quarter million people every day.
Incidentaly, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, the longest-serving Foreign Minister of the Bundesrepublik and a key architekt of the 1990 German reunification was a soldier in Wenck’s army.(I once bumped into him in the first class cabin of an international Lufthansa flight, and no, I didn’t try to start a conversation with him).
Hans-Dietrich Genscher
Hans-Dietrich Genscher, left, with Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, right, in 1989
On 22 April, Wenck's 12th Army became Hitler's last hope to save Berlin, so he ordered Wenck to stop attacking the Americans to his west and attack instead the Soviets encircling Berlin.
Wenck's army, only recently formed, organized a violent counter attack which surprised the Russians surrounding the German capital. Wenck made initially some progress but was stopped outside Potsdam by overwhelming soviet forces.
Soviet units linked up on 27 April, encircling Berlin cutting off German forces inside Berlin from the rest of the country.
During the night of 28 April, Wenck reported to the OKH-Oberkommando des Herres in Fuerstenberg that his Twelfth Army had been forced to retreat along the whole front. However, Hitler specifically insisted on his original orders to Wenck.
General Wenck disobeyed Hitlers direct orders to attack Berlin from the Elbe River. Instead, he led an attack southeast of Berlin to provide a corridor for the remnants of the German Ninth Army and most of all, for the thousands upon thousands of civilians trapped by the soviets, looking to escape west of the Elbe and surrender to the Americans. Wenck had heard the distressing calls crying for help over open radio frequencies from the small remnants of the 9th Army, as well as from civilians, desperate to flee Berlin.
Wenck could have avoided further fighting and easily go over to the American lines and surrender to the Americans However, he knew what the trapped soldiers and civilians could expect from the soviets… General Wenck thought there was no way he would abandon them without trying his best to help them, even with his very limited resources in equipment and able men. Paraphrasing him, General Wenck told his men: "Comrades, you've got to go in once more, It's not about Berlin, it's not about the Reich or Hitler anymore." Their task was to save people from the Russians.
Once again, exhausted as they were with very little ammunition left, the remnants of the 12th Army violently attacked the Russians encircling Berlin to punch a hole and create a life-saving corridor. Wenck called to the people of Berlin, telling them “Hurry up we are waiting for you!” It was a non-coded broadcasted radio message ensuring thus that all military units and civilians could hear it and move to safety. It also meant that the soviets could also hear it, and thus use all their military might to destroy the corridor created by the 12th Army
Very soon, Soviet forces began piercing the German lines. General Wenck impassionedly called upon his men again to “Hold the corridor! Once again, German forces threw themselves in bitter, furious counterattacks to keep the line of retreat open.
This huge flood of humanity began pushing west towards safety. By the time the men of the 12th Army were forced to retreat, close to three hundred thousand soldiers and civilians had made it to safety.
Walther Wenck in his later years
These fathers, mothers, sons, and daughters both young and old were saved from horrendous torment and possibly death by the sacrifice of General Wenck’s men of the 12th Army. Each life the 12th Army gave saved dozens of lives, and they did it, not for the Reich, certainly not for Hitler but for their own people. According to a report, a soldier of the 12th Army later remarked that he and his comrades felt a “feeling of loyalty, a sense of responsibility and comradeship” while trading their own lives to save their comrades and thousands of civilians.
Compare this attitude with that of the SS-Charlemagne unit who were not fighting for “their people” as they were not even born in Germany…! They fought exclusively for Hitler to the bitter end, that is, they were either