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contradiction[edit]

This right here seems like a contridiction -

"he Germans blamed it on three suspected Communists who had infiltrated the division, and downplayed the whole affair, stating that only some 14 soldiers participated in it. The captured mutineers were subsequently executed by the Germans.

Nevertheless, the 13th was the only SS division that ever had a mutiny, and this was the first armed revolt against the Germans within the main Nazi system. A few of the mutineers escaped and helped form the French resistance in the area."

So which was it? Executed or defected? Someone else know?

TheKarasu —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 69.161.37.195 (talkcontribs) 15:12, 14 November 2005.


Hello. I've been trying to find out, but no luck yet. User:invisibleplanet, Thu 13th July 2006, 16:39