Massacre Experiment - Malmedy Massacre album
Included are 6 reels uncut.
Malmedy massacre, Malmédy.
The Malmedy massacre was a war crime committed by members of Kampfgruppe Peiper (part of the 1st SS Panzer Division), a German combat unit led by Joachim Peiper, at Baugnez crossroads near Malmedy, Belgium, on December 17, 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge.
vs. Valentin Bersin, et a. was held in May–July 1946 in the former Dachau concentration camp to try the German Waffen-SS soldiers accused of the Malmedy massacre of December 17, 1944. The highest-ranking defendant was the former Waffen-SS general Sepp Dietrich.
Category:Malmedy massacre. massacro di Malmédy (it); Massacre de Baugnez (fr); 馬爾美迪慘案 (zh); Malmédský masakr (cs); Бойня у Мальмеди (ru); การสังหารหมู่ที่มาลเมดีย์ (th); Malmedy-Massaker (de); Massacre de Malmedy (pt).
The Malmedy massacre was a war crime committed by members of Kampfgruppe Peiper, a German combat unit led by Joachim Peiper, at Baugnez crossroads near Malmedy, Belgium, on December 17, 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge.
The Malmedy massacre was a war crime in which 84 American prisoners of war were massacred by their German SS guards at the town of Malmedy, Belgium on 17 December 1944 during the Battle of the Bulge. Joachim Peiper's kampfgruppe of the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler was responsible for the atrocity, and the frozen bodies of the US soldiers were found by American troops when they retook the town on 14 January 1945.
Bodies of American POWs killed at Baugnez Crossroads. The incident which became known as "the Malmedy Massacre" happened at the Baugnez Crossroads in the Ardennes Forest in Belgium on December 17, 1944, the second day of fighting in the famous Battle of the Bulge, where American troops suffered 81,000 casualties, including 19,000 deaths, in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II.
The Malmedy Massacre was one of a series of atrocities committed by Peiper’s division. After the war, they succeeded in tracking down some 400 members of the Waffen SS unit, who were taken to a prison in Schwäbisch Hall, near the German city of Stuttgart.
- Artwork – Ivan Sandakov
- Sounds – Ivan Sandakov