Kampfgruppe gegen Unmenschlichkeit

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The Kampfgruppe gegen Unmenschlichkeit (KgU) (German for "Combat Group against Inhumanity") was a German anti-communist resistance group based in West Berlin. It was founded in 1948 by Rainer Hildebrandt, Günther Birkenfeld and Ernst Benda and existed until 1959.[1][2] Rainer Hildebrandt would a few years later establish the legendary Checkpoint Charlie Museum.