I just read "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" by Shirer which only touched on the muzzie connection. It didn't go into detail on it though. Can you point me to a book on it? I have an idea about how deep that connection was, but I'd like to know alot more about it.
The millions figure is gross hyperbole. There were about 6K or so Croats and Muslims in SS "divisions." They were very ineffectual for the Nazis. Tito slaughtered many more Serbs actually than the ethnic SS "divisions" did, those who supported the king, and actually slaughtered many more Croats and Muslims that the SS divisions did. In any event, fighting old wars, rather than dealing with the present is a dead end. I hope Serbia is absorbing that. I think they are, I hope they are, but I am not sure. Most of Europe has got out of the business of worrying about borders. One hopes the Balkans follow suit.
You should check out Chuck Morse's book "The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Husseini". I never have read the book or seen it at a book store. I like to read it though. Amazon has it though. This book deals solely with the Nazis/Muslim connection. Another book you should read is Simon Wisenthal's "The Murderers Among Us". It talks about many Nazis had Arabic names and passports from Muslim countries, mainly from Egypt and Syria. They were often living in South America, like Argentina and Uruguay mostly. It also talks of thousands of Nazis fleeing to the Middle East. John Loftus's "The Secret War Against the Jews" talks of the Communist, Nazis, and Muslim connection. Communsists, particularly Kim Philby smuggled Nazis into the Middle East as a way to discredit democracy and America. It talks of Nazis fleeing to Palestine. What always got to me, is why no one publicizes about Nazis fleeing to the Middle East. I estimate tens of thousands of Nazis/Nazis collaborators fled to Muslim countries, like Egypt, Syria, Iran, Palestine, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. I know more Nazis fled to South America like Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil.