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Master Thesis

Des anti-nazis dans la Wehrmacht : l'exemple de l'Afrika-Division 999

Abstract : The thesis, completed in 1991, contributes new elements to the history of anti-Nazis in the 999th Afrika Division, a penal military unit of the Wehrmacht. It looks at about 5,000 former political and regular prisoners pressed into service in the 999th in Tunesia, out of the more than 27,600 who served in the 999th in different countries.
- Who were the anti-Nazis in the 999th Afrika Division?
- In what conditions did they serve on the Tunisian front in 1943?
To answer those questions the thesis relies upon the accounts of numerous anti-Nazi soldiers plus official documents, both German and Allied. Documents from the French Army’s Historical Service at Vincennes, the National Archives in Washington and the Deutsche Dienststelle / Wehrmachtauskunftsstelle (WAST) at Berlin.
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Claus Tulatz. Des anti-nazis dans la Wehrmacht : l'exemple de l'Afrika-Division 999. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 1991. ⟨dumas-03350415⟩



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