4 Most Feared & Deadliest WWII German Soldiers

  • 🎬 Video
  • ℹ️ Description
  • UCB29sxIJ9PQIo0hCnIaOMbg
4 Most Feared & Deadliest WWII German Soldiers 5
UCB29sxIJ9PQIo0hCnIaOMbg

Troops of the Third Reich fought all over Europe, North Africa, the Atlantic Ocean and the Middle East during the Second World War. They earned a formidable reputation as being professional and proficient soldiers regardless of the reasons why they fought. Here we look at four soldiers who fought under the swastika and whose combat effectiveness earned them the begrudging respect and of course fear of the enemies they faced. These are four of the deadliest German soldiers of World War Two...

🎶🎶 All music from CO.AG

Narrated by: Andrew Lahr
Written & Researched by: Tony Wilkins
Edited by: James Wade


History Should Never Be Forgotten...

💬 Comments
Author

Why is Hans-Ulrich Rudel not on the list? The only soldier who got the Knight's Cross with Golden Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds.

Author — Ey Malla

Author

Calling a Wehrmacht Soldier a Nazi soldier is stupid.

Author — Christian Stahl

Author

What is a nazi Sniper? He was a German Wehrmachst Soldier!

Author — Lacky1064

Author

German soldiers weren’t necessarily Nazis.

It’s not “Sutenland, ” it’s the Sudetenland.

Author — Adam Honesty and decency

Author

Good to see you show Kurt Knispel, few realize that he was Germany's number 1 panzer ace.

Author — Savchenkov1

Author

After the war, Hartmann also worked at a little flying school as an instructor. Imagine signing up for flying lessons and getting Erich Hartmann as your instructor!

Author — Harry Ford

Author

Knispel should have a movie...but that wouldnt fit the hollywood bs narrative :(

Author — russell harvey

Author

Can’t deny, the German army was one of the finest of the finest we’ve/we will ever see. Fighting machines.

Author — Nexhy

Author

So many German haters here, Yal were the best Fighting Force of WW1 and 2, Respect from An American.

Author — J͙A͙M͙E͙S͙'X͙M͙

Author

My father was a soldier in the Wehrmacht (14. Panzer Division), but never a "Nazi".

Author — Peter Posto

Author

Any man who has a picture taken of himself in 1940s with that much ash on the cigarette is extremely dangerous. 1:41

Author — DOOM

Author

was he a member of the nazi party or just a german. cos to be a "nazi soldier" you would have to a member of the nazi party. not all germans were nazis

Author — Vonn

Author

from what I read of Kurt Knispel he didn't care about awards he cared about his crew and comrads

Author — william scott shelton

Author

That is a Wehrmacht soldier, he was a German who in fact most likely didn't even support the Nazi party (of Germany). A Nazi isn't the same as a German...

Author — fighter

Author

Most feard where asiatic SS from Ural- they use them for tracking, hunt and kill partisans in the moutains and woods.

Author — Al Al

Author

You may not agree with their political ideals, but they where dam brave men

Author — The Last Spartan

Author

Hans-Ulrich Rudel,
During the war, Rudel was credited with the destruction of 519 tanks, as well as one battleship, one cruiser, 70 landing craft and 150 artillery emplacements.[3] He claimed 11 aerial victories (earning flying ace status) and the destruction of more than 800 vehicles of all types.[3] He flew 2, 530 ground-attack missions exclusively on the Eastern Front, usually flying the Junkers Ju 87 "Stuka" dive bomber.[3]

Author — Diemerstein

Author

By the way, the “J” is pronounced like a “Y”. So Junkers would be Yunkers in English.

Author — 202

Author

People forget that many of these military men were fighting for their country for sincere patriotic reasons.

Author — Michael Ciccone

Author

Finally, a NON-computer generated voice used for narration.

Author — doctorno0070