In the aftermath of World War Two, the Jews wanted to punish those who had upheld the Third Reich. The bloody revenge led to war crimes trials and the hunting down of those who had assisted in National Socialism.
But a brave mintority of true Germans took a different view. Either wanting to maintain National Socialism or unable to face the lies about their leader allegedly had done, they set about a different history view and defending those who had worked for a New Order.
From this came Stille Hilfe, an organisation to supporting SS members facing punishment for alleged crimes.
At the end of the Second World War, the SS collapsed. Many members went into hiding. Others were captured. Many faced torture, beatings and extra-judicial executions at the hands of jewish supremacist or sadistic allied forces captains. Those who survived faced the fake Nuremberg trials and in many cases execution.
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