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    How much do you think the tunic and soldbuch would go for on the market. Watching this makes me wonder....:roll eyes:

    The Brits Who Fought For Hitler 4/6 - YouTube

    all the best,
    Stefan

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    How much do you think the tunic and soldbuch would go for on the market. Watching this makes me wonder....:roll eyes:

    The Brits Who Fought For Hitler 4/6 - YouTube

    all the best,
    Stefan
    Hi, have no idea, i have never seen one.
    Cheers.
    Nuno

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    Hi Stefan, the Soldbuch is original, but the tunic shown is a replica. No originals survive now.

    Price? Certainly a five figure sum.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Recently I was reading about a West Australian who also joined the British Free Corp, I think 3 Aussies joined, this bloke spent some time in Fremantle prison after the war for joining.

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    It is worth watching all the parts of the TV programme from You Tube. One of the Aussie's features in it.
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    Things like this make me think that calling it "Germans versus America/U.K./Soviet Union" is entirely incorrect.

    I'm surprised there wasn't such a thing as an American Waffen-SS volunteer division.

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    Hi Mo, a couple of US citizens did serve.

    See this link to a forum members website:

    www.bills-bunker.de

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    Thanks for the link, Ade. That's some really interesting stuff.

    I find this picture and the fact that they let Martin Monti join the American military again very funny.
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    Cheers Ade, will have a look at that. I recently bought a terrific book called "Australian POW's in Hitlers Reich" it has a small chapter on the Australians in the BFC. The West Aussie was Albert James Stokes.

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    Those must be very rare uniforms! Wonder how many survived the war as some volunteers had British POW uniforms stashed away in their rucksacks, so I guess they got rid of their SS uniforms before they got caught.
    I just finished reading a book on the matter SS volunteers, and found out there were also 5 Americain SS volunteers before the war. Bet those uniforms are pretty rare too, aswell as the Indian ones.
    Watched the docu on you-tube you posted, very interesting! Thanks for posting.

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