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17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division, “Goetz von Berlichingen”
17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division
“Goetz von Berlichingen”
The Toughest SS Panzer Grenadier Division
© 2008
330 pages; 25 chapters, and 5 appendixes
Review Table of Contents
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Little information is available to the reading public concerning the 17th
SS Panzer Grenadier Division, “Goetz von Berlichingen”
although
it was
the Waffen SS’s toughest Panzer Grenadier Division.
However, because it was so tough, the
17th SS Panzer Grenadier
Division, “Goetz von Berlichingen”
has been frequently overlooked
or negatively described by America’s predominantly left wing historical
writers. The
17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division, “Goetz von
Berlichingen”
fought valiantly from its creation until it surrendered and
was victimized by American mass murder in 1945. The mass graves of
murdered POWs, from the
17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division,
“Goetz von Berlichingen”
, are still being found. Yet the 17th SS
Panzer Grenadier Division, “Goetz von Berlichingen”
never gave
up, and fought valiantly until the last moment.
"In the last days of August the German First Army had retreated across the Meuse River with a force numbering only nine
battalions of infantry, two batteries of field guns, ten tanks, three Flak batteries, and ten 75mm antitank guns. Advance
detachments of two veteran formations from Italy, the 3d and 15th Panzer Grenadier Divisions, dispatched from Italy, had
arrived in time to see some action during the withdrawal from the Verdun-Commercy line. The main bodies of these two
divisions finally came up on 1-2 September and took positions along the east bank of the Moselle.
During the retreat from Châlons-sur-Marne the exhausted 17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division ("Goetz von Berlichingen")
had been withdrawn to the First Army rear for rest and refitting in the Metz area. On 31 August, however, the situation had
deteriorated so markedly that two battalions of the 17th SS hastily were gathered to form an outpost line west of Metz."
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17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division, “Goetz von Berlichingen”
To those who falsely accused the division of  “war crimes” in order to justify war crimes against the unit, its hard bitten
veterans always replied with the division motto: “Kiss My Ass,” Known as the I
ron Fist Division, the 17th SS Panzer
Grenadier Division, “Goetz von Berlichingen”
always hit hard. It was one of the few German combat divisions that
continued to attack, infiltrate, and raid its enemies right up to the Endkampf. Now QuikManeuvers.com has prepared for
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17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division, “Goetz von
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