Category:Foreign volunteer units of the Wehrmacht
During World War II, the German Wehrmacht accepted many different types and formations of foreign volunteers. Some were motivated by anti-communism; others were encouraged by Germany to dream of local nationalist movements. Other examples ranged from captured soldiers offered an alternative to incarceration in a POW camp; conscripts; or even criminals given the power to pacify occupied territories.
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