Synonyms for freiwilligen or Related words with freiwilligen

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Examples of "freiwilligen"
After forming of Latvian Police Battalions in Reichskommissariat Ostland, Heinrich Himmler formed Latvian legion ("Lettische SS-Freiwilligen-Legion") in January 1943. In February 1943 "Lettische SS-Freiwilligen-Division" was formed which later received the numerical designation 15. The Legion was renamed the "Lettische SS-Freiwilligen-Brigade", with the numerical designation added soon after.
In late July 1944 battalion personnel was transferred into reserve regiment of the 14 SS Freiwilligen Division "Galizien”.
On 23 November 1943, 13 Miliz-Battalions pledged their loyalty before being moved to "SS-Ausbildungsstab Italien" under SS-Brigadeführers Peter Hansen who led them in a "bloody war among brothers" against partisans. The unit was commanded by SS-Obergruppenführer Karl Wolff and called "Italienische SS-Freiwilligen-Legion", but soon renamed "1. Sturmbrigade Italienische Freiwilligen-Legion".
Rech, Heribert. "Die Nachwirkung Freiwilliger Betriebsvereinbarungen : Auswirkungen der Beendigung einer freiwilligen Betriebsvereinbarung auf darin vorgesehene Ansprueche und Anwartschaften". (German lang.). January 1997. ISBN 3-631-32107-4.
In Seyffardt's honor, a unit of Dutch volunteers on the Eastern Front was renamed 48. Freiwilligen SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment General Seyffardt.
Since it is a very small place, Horbach does not have much of a club life, but it does have its "Förderverein der freiwilligen Feuerwehr Horbach", the volunteer fire brigade promotional association.
Besides the sport club, SV 07, there are the promotional club of the Bergen fire brigade ("Förderverein der Freiwilligen Feuerwehr Bergen"), an angling club, a countrywomen’s club ("Deutscher Landfrauenverband") and the Evangelical Women’s Aid.
Many of its members, especially the commanding officers, went on to the Ukrainian Insurgent Army and 14 of its members joined SS-Freiwilligen-Schützen-Division «Galizien» in spring 1943.
Johannimarkt is traditional organised by municipality of Allmannshofen and whose located associations, like "Freiwilligen Feuerwehr Allmannshofen" (English: Auxiliary fire brigade of Allmannshofen) or "Schützenverein Gemütlichkeit Allmannshofen" (English: gun club Allmannshofen).
The federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate has used the opportunity to concentrate responsibilities for specific aspects of “Freiwilligen Gerichtsbarkeit” (voluntary jurisdiction) on its Higher Regional Court; all such matters have been assigned to the Higher Regional Court.
SS-Freiwilligen Legion Niederlande, manned by Dutch volunteers and German officers, battled the Soviet army from 1941. In December 1943, it gained brigade status after fighting on the front around Leningrad. It was at Leningrad that the first European volunteer, a Dutchman, earned the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross: Gerardus Mooyman. In December 1944, it was transformed into the 23rd SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division Nederland and fought in Courland and Pomerania. It found its end scattered across Germany. 49. SS-"Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Regiment" "de Ruyter" fought at the Oder and surrendered on 3 May 1945 to the Americans. 48. "SS-Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Regiment" "General Seyffardt" however was split up into two groups. The first of these fought with "Kampfgruppe Vieweger" and went under in the fighting near Halbe. The few remaining survivors were captured by the Soviets. The other half of "General Seyffart" fought with "Korpsgruppe Tettau" and surrendered to the western Allies.
After the collapse of German Empire, Baltic Germans in Estonia began forming volunteer units to defend against the Bolshevik threat. On November 27, 1918 this was authorized by Estonian government and the Volunteer Baltic Battalion ("Freiwilligen Baltenbataillon") was formed under command of Colonel Constantin von Weiss.
Kaukasischer Waffen-Verband der SS, also known as Freiwilligen Brigade Nordkaukasien, began forming with volunteers from the Caucasus region, with the Frewilligen-Stamm-Division as a nucleus. It was transferred from the Neuhammer training camp to Paluzza in northern Italy in Jan. 1945 and was still forming when it surrendered to British forces at the end of the war.
"La " was created in November 1942 in French Tunisia to fight against the Allied, Free French and Army of Africa after Operation Torch. This unit was under Lieutenant-colonel Christian du Jonchay, Lieutenant-colonel Pierre Simon Cristofini and Captain André Dupuis, its nicknames alternative designations were "Französische Freiwilligen Legion" ("Legion of French Volunteers") or "Compagnie Frankonia" ("Frankonia company).
The 20th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS was formed in January 1944 via general conscription, from a cadre drawn on the 3. Estnische SS Freiwilligen Brigade, and further troops from the Ost Battalions and the 287th Police Fusilier Battalion and the returned Estonian volunteers of the Finnish army unit 200.
372 members of the Blue Division, the Blue Legion, or volunteers of the "Spanische-Freiwilligen Kompanie der SS 101" were taken prisoner by the victorious Red Army; 286 of these men were kept in captivity until April 2, 1954, when they returned to Spain aboard the ship "Semiramis", supplied by the International Red Cross.
The "one-year volunteer service" (de: "Einjährig-Freiwilligen-Dienst") was first introduced 1814 in Prussia, was inherited by the German Empire from 1871 until 1918, and was also adopted in the Austro-Hungarian Heer from 1868 until 1918. One-year volunteers also existed in the national armies of Bavaria, France and Russia.
In February 1934 Biedermann was commander of a company of the "Freiwilligen Schutzkorps", consisting of units of Heimwehr and helping troops of the Bundesheer. In this function he participated during Austrian Civil War at the conquest of Vienna Karl-Marx-Hof.
Vrančić, as Pavelić's representative, was in charge to facilitate the establishment of the "Kroatische Waffen-SS Freiwilligen Division" with the SS high-ranked officers in Zagreb on 5 May 1943. He reached the rank of Major in the Ustaša forces. More significantly, he held the government posts of Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and later Minister of Labour of the Independent State of Croatia.
Kaukasischer Waffen-Verband der SS, also known as Freiwilligen Brigade Nordkaukasien, began forming with volunteers from the Caucasus region, with the Frewilligen-Stamm-Division as a nucleus. It was transferred from the Neuhammer training camp to Paluzza in northern Italy in Jan. 1945 and was still forming when it surrendered to British forces at the end of the war.