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    Quote Originally Posted by kamehouse View Post
    I was wondering why my book about the German paratroopers was called "Red shines the sun",now I know!
    Also I thought it was quite amusing that some German operation where named after songs: Frühlings Erwachen ,Die Wacht am Rhein...
    Is there any other songs used in German military operation?
    Sorry if it's slightly off-topic.
    "Mondscheinsonate" comes to my mind. But usually they prefered code names of the more menacing kind (plus colours and given names).

    P.S. Zierer's "Rot schien die Sonne" was a good read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    "Mondscheinsonate" comes to my mind. But usually they prefered code names of the more menacing kind (plus colours and given names).
    Somebody must have been a romantic in O.K.W!

    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    P.S. Zierer's "Rot schien die Sonne" was a good read.
    My book is from Eric Queen,same title but different author it seems.Good book also.More about pictures than unit history though.

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    If Heintje were singing during the War Years, the Germans would have won the war. Man, his songs are powerful. Heintje Rules!
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    Hello, Friends!

    I am a stubborn bastard, I know :-) I am starting again, you can find me here

    http://www.youtube.com/rpzb39

    Channel is pretty bare right now, because I want to upload everything as fast as possible, so not to worry, everything will be on it's place. Even while I was fully controlling comments, I'm not sure about them now - maybe disabling them (?)

    I guess this channel will end like it's 'brothers', but hell, why not give it a try.
    Wish me luck, mates! ;-)

    Cheers!
    Peter

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    Good luck, buddy.

    Yeah, maybe it's a good idea to disable comments, and don't forget to distance yourself from the songs and state in the description that it's for historical purposes.
    The fundamental problem of Democracy is that the majority of voters are idiots fueled by uninformed rage - and the Politicians do everything to cater to them.

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    Thanks mate!

    Yes of course, I will do my best to keep videos and channel free from political aspects.

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    If Heintje was around during WW-2, then I am sure the German army would have won the war,...for their Mama
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    But WW2 Forum is the BEST!


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    You're repeating yourself, herman...
    The fundamental problem of Democracy is that the majority of voters are idiots fueled by uninformed rage - and the Politicians do everything to cater to them.

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    http://www.youtube.com/user/KlausVonWolfenstein#

    A Techno remix of "Vorwaerts" or "Kameraden, die Granaten" I made.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-JqmLRwLE0
    (from ending)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TP0xB...e=channel_page
    (in the Anime itself)

    Das Engellandlied from Hellsing

    Obviously, the ending has been changed in the German version.

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    Hello dear Friends, been ages!

    Once again I apologize for waking up such an old thread, but I think this one is the most appropriate. Perhaps some of you remember my old YouTube channels, such as RPzB39 or GermanMilitaryMusic. After a long "break" I have decided to give it one more try.
    You can find me on YouTube as user/RPzB40

    As you may see, this account is intact since April 2010, and I'm happy (yet shocked) to say, that none of my videos got deleted. Considering it as my little motivation, I've changed my uploading strategy a little. And so, now you can find whole albums on my channel, not only "random" songs. From Landsknecht songs (Wilde Gesellen album) to "Bekannte Soldatenlieder folge 1, 2, 3".
    I hope you, my Friends, are still interested in some nice military music and I, as a German, am proud to show some of my country's history to you. Open minded and enthusiastic people like you are my biggest reward and motivation :-)

    As a rare guest (and a busy man) I want to already wish whole ww2incolor community a calm Christmas time, and everything wonderful in incoming year 2011. Prost!!

    With best regards,
    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grociu View Post
    I hope you, my Friends, are still interested in some nice military music and I, as a German, am proud to show some of my country's history to you.
    You're quite far eastwards for a German, aren't you? How come?
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    @flamethrowerguy:
    Correct. At the moment I'm living abroad. I've moved here from Hamburg, for both family and business reasons :-)

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    Thank you. I've finished uploading the "Grüne Teufel" album.
    If some of you have requests for any songs, you can always give me a note and I'll upload them (as long as those won't be propaganda songs).

    With best regards,
    Peter

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