To: Angelus Errare
I read something about a unit that was encircled, then bypassed by the Soviets that formed the nucleus of a local resistance to Soviet rule, that wasn't finally completely crushed until the seventies or the eighties.
It was in (IIRC) the Baltics someplace, I think. It wasn't a pure local rebellion, as it was started either by the Germans or by a ethnically-local German auxiliary unit, or something like that. It was very directly a leftover ember of World War 2. Anybody remember anything about this?
posted on 07/24/2003 10:33:17 PM PDT
Those were ethnic Balts not Germans.
posted on 07/24/2003 10:41:42 PM PDT
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