✠ ☠ ϟϟ Waffen-SS Standartenführer (colonel) Max Wünsche. Eastern Front: On February 1943, his battalion succeeds in breaking through the lines to Meyer's beleaguered troops, saving them from destruction. Together the two battalions form a Kampfgruppe, turn to attack and defeat the Russian VI Guards Cavalry Corps by 15 February, the same day that Kharkov was abandoned by the Russians. For these actions Wünsche is awarded the German Cross in Gold.

Max Wünsche April 1914 — 17 April Wünsche was SS-Standartenführer during the World War 2 he He commanded the SS Panzer division. He was awarded with the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves the 11 August (via worldwarcolorisation)

SS-Obersturmbannführer Max Wünsche, commander of the SS-Panzer-Regiment 12, in the turret of his Panther on 7 June 1944. The Allied invasion of France had begun early on the morning of 6 June but it was the middle of the afternoon before 12. SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend finally was released by OKW for deployment with Seventh Army. Here, Wünsche is seen wearing a tunic custom made from Italian camouflage material. He was awarded Knight’s Cross on 28 February 1943 while commander of ...

“SS-Obersturmbannführer Max Wünsche, commander of the SS-Panzer-Regiment in the turret of his Panther on 7 June The Allied invasion of France had begun early on the morning of 6 June but it was the middle of the afternoon before.

Max Wunsche

The dashing commander of Panzer Regiment 12 Max Wünsche. His bravery was exemplary in Normandy.

✠ Max Wünsche (20 April 1914 - 17 April 1995) RK 28.02.1943 SS-Sturmbannführer Kdr I./SS-Pz.Rgt “LSSAH” [548. EL] 11.08.1944 SS-Obersturmbannführer Kdr SS-Pz.Rgt 12 12. SS-Panzer-Division "Hitlerjugend"

Max Wünsche April 1914 — 17 April was a SS-Standartenführer in the Waffen-SS during World War II who was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves.

Max Wünsche

Max Wünsche

SS-Obersturmbannführer Max Wünsche (with the bandaged head), Rgt. Komm. of SS-PzRgt 12 visiting survivors of III.ZUG 15./25 SS PzG. Rgt. at Rots, Normandy on June 9, 1944.  Partly seen on the right side of the image is SS-Hauptsturmführer Rudolf von Ribbentrop, 3. Kompanie, I./SS-PzRgt 12, son of German foreign minister von Ribbentrop

SS-Obersturmbannführer Max Wünsche (with the bandaged head), Rgt. Komm. of SS-PzRgt 12 visiting survivors of III.ZUG 15./25 SS PzG. Rgt. at Rots, Normandy on June 9, 1944. Partly seen on the right side of the image is SS-Hauptsturmführer Rudolf von Ribbentrop, 3. Kompanie, I./SS-PzRgt 12, son of German foreign minister von Ribbentrop

Max Wünsche

Max Wünsche

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