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When police raided a flat in Upper Parliament Street on November 22, 2013, officers recovered a Kommando sub-machine gun, a 12 gauge pump action shotgun and a .
Being a member of the Arajs Kommando is not worth singing about,'' Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics said in a release.
Typical of the Action Group reports are these comments sent in from the Kiev sector: "In collaboration with the Group staff and two Kommandos of the Police Regiment South, the Sonderkommando 4a executed on 29th and 30th September 33,771 Jews.
Fischer's Tant Miem Fischer se kampdagboek and Johanna Brandt's Die Kappie Kommando.
Harshness at the Stalag deteriorated into outright brutality and murder on some of the kommandos [labor detachments].
Um den Widerspruch zu losen", so wiederum Blum stellvertretend fur viele Autoren des Widerstands, "um die Unschadlichkeit Deutschlands in einem friedlichen und gesicherten Statut zu erreichen, gibt es einen einzigen Weg: die Eingliederung der deutschen Nation in eine internationale Gemeinschaft" (4)--also beispielsweise: nicht nur eine Kontrolle des Ruhrgebiets, sondern eine gemeinsame Lenkung der gesamten europaischen Schwerindustrie, nicht nur eine Beschrankung der deutschen Militarhoheit, sondern ein gemeinsames Kommando fur alle europaischen Streitkrafte.
At great danger, Andre had himself returned to Dachau after realizing he had "made a mistake" in getting himself reassigned to Allach in the first place, because it was a slave-labor camp and Andre had his standards: he refused to work for the German war effort, unless he could, as at Natzweiler's weberei, immediately drop the production level by thirty percent by "reorganizing" it, or as when he was Kapo of a road-building kommando, never finish the curve in the road, after months of labor.
Development started under the auspices of the German Kommando Spezialkrafte which required a weapon system capable to engage protected machine gun positions at a range of 1200 metres, light armoured vehicles, bunker-protected troops and troops in the open.