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Einsatzkommando - Black Versions

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Hooray for sloppy, cheapass recolors! Historically inaccurate though it is, I'm sure most people would agree that all-black SS outfit is pretty eye-catching, and, besides, this is how their uniforms looked in The Keep. So here's the SS Kommando in the classic black prewar uniform, with the brown, rather than tan, shirt. Also now with correct rank insignia for Kahler and Hoffmanstahl.

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Published: 4 years, 2 months ago
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CeilYurie
4 years, 2 months ago
i never noticed. I Usually just kill all SS in my way...
Kooshmeister
4 years, 2 months ago
Well these guys are evilest of all the SS. Well, then and the Totenkopf Division.
CeilYurie
4 years, 2 months ago
-Gets his Thompson and Colt-
Kooshmeister
4 years, 2 months ago
10 of them vs. one of you? I'd say you were outnumbered but... these guys were only good for killing women and children, and would suck fighting against even one real soldier I bet.
CeilYurie
4 years, 2 months ago
Oh children? -Ceil gets his shuna blaster and giant rifle.- SHould be fair. He is under 3ft tall. even if his wrist balster is designed to be easily fired after a run and his round body is I deal for dodge rolls ad that energy rifle is powerful.
Kooshmeister
4 years, 2 months ago
Yes. The Einsatzkommando, a subgroup of the Einsatzgruppen, were mobile terror troops whose job was to follow behind the regular Army and Waffen-SS (the only group of the SS I can safely call soldiers) and kill vast numbers of "undesirables," be they men, women or children. This was before the Nazis started turning the concentration camps into death camps and beginning the so-called "Final Solution."

After that, the Einsatzgruppen were repurposed into "anti-partisan" forces, and their method of dealing with the rebellious actions of partisans in occupied countries was to practice collective punishment. This meant that they committed reprisal beatings and killings against civilians who were uninvolved in the resistance, punishing many for the actions of a few.

There's many soldiers on the German side in WWII who can be said to have just gone along out of patriotism, or because they were just following orders (and as cliched as that is, for many regular Army troops it was true). These are not some of those men. Not only because the SS was largely an organization you joined out of choice rather than being drafted, but also because the Einsatzgruppen wasn't a fighting unit that sometimes committed war crimes - it existed for one reason and one reason only, and its members, the Einsatzkommando, knew just what that was. Along with Totenkopf, the division which ran the death camps, I can safely say they were the most vile of all the SS.

And as you can well imagine, that's no small achievement, to be the worst of the worst.
CeilYurie
4 years, 2 months ago
Also...they were essentially cultists. Nazism was a religion...
Kooshmeister
4 years, 2 months ago
It was a political ideology and cult of personality, certainly. As a form of government, it was designed to make one man, Hitler, the unquestioned ruler. This was why Hitler had such seemingly godlike status in Germany, with his word being law; not because he was worshiped but because the government had been rigged to put him in total control of the military and give him final say on literally everything. Those who'd been given authority under him, wanting to keep that authority, saw it was in their best interests to maintain the status quo, hence their seeming loyalty to Hitler. It was no religion. If it was, it was one run by opportunistic hucksters only interested in riding Hitler's coat tails and benefiting from his rule - the minute they stopped benefiting they dropped him like a bad habit. Even Himmler eventually abandoned him. Only the twentysomethings and younger truly behaved like cultists, with their motivation being selfless misguided patriotism. These were the people who stuck to their guns (in some cases literally), idolized Hitler, and refused to accept defeat. This was because they'd actually grown up in this particular political climate and, being young and impressionable, swallowed every last drop of nonsensical propaganda spoonfed to them. In their own way, these youngsters were victims, too; victims of their leaders who lied to them, turned from ordinary teenagers and children into militant fascists and killers, and then abandoned them, sacrificed them to throw more bodies at the enemy in a useless final show of defiance because Big Daddy Adolf said to drink the Kool-Aid.

...actually, now that I think about it, that pretty much does describe a cult.
CeilYurie
4 years, 2 months ago
Yup. But the Nazis had a Bible. And the Arian thing was invented as fantasy in the 20s...
Kooshmeister
4 years, 2 months ago
*Shrugs* Well, they were pretty much doomed to fail anyway, so they weren't the huge threat most people think they were.
CeilYurie
4 years, 2 months ago
Yes but fail WHEN. All dictatorships fail EVENTUALLY. Doesn't mean they don't destroy a lot of things in the mean time.
Kooshmeister
4 years, 2 months ago
A fair point. At any rate, you seem to be taking this all... a little personally.
CeilYurie
4 years, 2 months ago
I just take a good interest in history. Also I'm part german. But that is a minor part of it.
Kooshmeister
4 years, 1 month ago
Ditto on both counts. :)
CeilYurie
4 years, 1 month ago
Ah. Cool. Actually I have more of an interest in the medieval era.
radioardilla
4 years, 2 months ago
Squirrels!!
Kooshmeister
4 years, 2 months ago
Nutzis!
radioardilla
4 years, 2 months ago
Now that's a great name for a cartoon featuring squirrel Nazis- Nutzis. Maybe they'd have a modified swastika- one with an acorn in the center of it, perhaps?  

Now imagine pitching an idea of a cartoon about Nazi squirrels to a network! Likely get thrown out into the street in about 30 seconds :-)
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