If you look up Waffen SS Order of Battle you will not find "Serbisches Freiwilligen Korps der SS" in it. Because it was not part of Waffen SS while Serbia was occupied by the Nazis.
From the link you provided , allegedly Waffen SS took comand of SFK in NOVEMBER 1944.
Just to remind you that Serbia was liberated from the German Nazi occupation in OCTOBER 1944.
Or, for the historically impaired, Nazis took control of SFK when SFK LOST war in Serbia and fled from Partisans and Red Army.
If you feel so compelled to lecture anyone on WWII history, perhaps you should first read the reputable sources to familiarize yourself with the subject. Good place to start are American books printed before 1989.
Well done, DTA, you got that exactly right. As the Serbian Volunteer Corps, they were under the control of the Nedic collaborationist government from 1941-1944 and were well known for their hard fighting against the Partisan resistance organizations. Since they were Nazi collaborators it was natural they would flee when the Red Army arrived. So they did so and then continued to fight for the Nazi cause under the direct control of the SS.
perhaps you should first read the reputable sources to familiarize yourself with the [WWII]subject..Good place to start are American books ...
Why DTA, are you on some kind of 12-step recovery program? Yesterday, you admitted that innocent Albanians in Kosovo were killed by Serbs and today you confessed that reading American history books is a good idea. I applaud your progress and eagerly await what tomorrow will bring!