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Did the Wehrmacht have an official US volunteers wing?

Article about: It is pretty common knowledge that the Germans employed foreigners in their armed forces. I was wondering if the Wehrmacht had an official US volunteers wing?

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    Default Did the Wehrmacht have an official US volunteers wing?

    It is pretty common knowledge that the Germans employed foreigners in their armed forces. I was wondering if the Wehrmacht had an official US volunteers wing?

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    Default re: Did the Wehrmacht have an official US volunteers wing?

    The short answer is no.

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    Default Re: Did the Wehrmacht have an official US volunteers wing?

    I know the US had a nazi party for a little while in the 1930's. I wasn't sure, but it would have been interesting if they did employ a few Americans. Thanks

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    Default Re: Did the Wehrmacht have an official US volunteers wing?

    Hi cgp, here is an interesting thread:

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/histor...affen-ss-6878/

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Default Re: Did the Wehrmacht have an official US volunteers wing?

    The American Nazi Party still exists today, actually.

    There were American members of the SS but there was no official Wehrmacht branch for Americans.

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