This is the story of the SS Charlemagne unit of Frenchmen who fought in the Battle of Berlin, 1945.
One of their heroic leaders, Henri Joseph Fenet survived the battle to witness the fall of the West and especially France. Imagine how he must have felt when he died in 2002.
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I salute to these brave men. At least they tried to fight against pure evil, as war criminals and rapists, the american, the british and the soviets poured in. They fought even though the result seemed inevitable. I can imagine how he felt when he saw pure evil corrupt Germany and France. We cant never forgive the british and the american for their crimes against good. They arent even ashamed, just the opposite. They are proud of it! Just ask any british or american.
Charlemagne was one of the first traitors, was he not?
He established the practise of usury, and that is why the (((EU))) is celebrating him and the best traitor within the EU gets the reward every second year.
CHARLEMAGNE, DEFENDER OF THE WEST OR SERVANT OF THE JEWS?