Sorry for the late response to this, but I think you may have confused "Serbs", with "Ukranians", in your late-night-TV documentary viewing. There were NO Serbs among the many nationalities who faught in the Waffen SS.
But there were quite a few Ukranians serving as camp guards. Most notable among them, a former American Steelworker, John Demjanjuk, whom Justice Dept. investigators identified as a former camp guard named "Ivan the Terrible". His trials -- in the U.S., and in Israel -- took over a decade, I think, and were sometimes front page stuff.
But he, like the other guys, were all Ukranians, not Serbs
posted on 04/26/2006 7:50:01 AM PDT
(We don't know what it is we don't know)
Sorry for the late response to this, but I think you may have confused "Serbs", with "Ukranians", in your late-night-TV documentary viewing.
You know, I think you're right!! That makes a lot more sense.
And, don't apologize for coming late to the party, in this case the info is VERY valuable and I appreciate you helping me correct an error on my part.
posted on 04/26/2006 8:58:42 AM PDT
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