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Where did Neutral Spain fight in WWII?
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The Blue Division was the Spanish volunteer unit of the German Army.
Like the Russians they would seldom take prisoners. This gave rise for Munoz-Grandes to call them his “ Bridegrooms of Death “ and even their battle cry was “ Viva la Muerte “ or “ Long Live Death “.
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Script: Dejan Milivojevic
Dangerous by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Littlejohn, David, Foreign Legions of the Third Reich, Vol. 2, San Jose, 1987
Scurr, John, H. Richard, Germany’s Spanish Volunteers 1941-1945, Oxford, 1980
Jurado, C. Caballero, Blue Division Soldier 1941-1945, New York, 2009