The Colonial Problem

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franz-xaver-ritter-von-eppGENERAL RITTER VON EPP
Reich Governor in Bavaria, Reich Leader of the Colonial League and the Colonial Board of the National Socialist Party

Germany’s demand for the return of her Colonial possessions has given rise to an animated world-wide discussion that still continues, thus showing that the Colonial problem is one of those most urgently in need of a satisfactory solution. It will be observed, however, that the most essential aspect of the problem -i.e., Germany’s claim that she has a right to demand the return of her former Colonies – is frequently ignored in the discussions. This circumstance suggests the probability that some writers on the subject lack a clear perception of the arguments by which Germany supports her claim, and that they are not familiar with her Colonial necessities as such. The following account of Germany’s standpoint may therefore be found of some use, as it is…

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  1. I thought you would have an interest in this posting which I have run across, Anton.

    “Anatomy of a German Flamethrower Attack

    The basic German flamethrower combat unit was the twelve-man flamethrower shock troop (Flammenwerferstosstrupp) consisting of two small-flamethrower squads (Kleiftrupps) and four hand-grenade throwers. In the shock troop, the two flamethrower squad leaders became shock-troop leaders.”

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