Ring road hermit was in the SS

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  1. II Katze Weasle Gruppe..!
  2. er, remember Princess Michael of Kent's dad,anyone?
  3. If he was there that long he's probably had time to dig a tank park under the roundabout, and watch out for interesting floral displays in the spring.
  4. Nazi SS? Is that different from the SS then?
  5. Never met the bloke, what of him?
  6. "He wasn't one of the nicest chaps in the SS"

    Not a proud boast!
  7. Depends if you're into that sort of thing!
  8. Mr Happy

    Mr Happy LE Moderator

    I'm fairly of the opinion that all SS serving soldiers who can be linked to a war crime should be hunted down and executed.

    Live and let live? Not for that, not for them.
  9. According to Wikipedia, he was a member of the Nazi Party who was leter wrongly accused of having been in the S.S.
  10. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    He was probably waiting for the invasion force to arrive and relieve him. The japs had the same problem with 'stay behind' dudes, or behind-enemy-lines dudes only stagging off when it finally dawned on them that nobody was coming.

    Someone should ask to see his papers.
  11. The tributes he’s received from Wolverhampton council and on facebook are appalling if there is any truth in his SS claims.
  12. Ord_Sgt

    Ord_Sgt RIP

    Hmm, obscure news story about a tramp who lived in a tent for 35 years and a so called friend who says he was a nazi who committed crimes. About as likely to be true as a story in the Sun.
  13. :D He had a phobia of confined spaces,may be he had visited some of his leaders holiday camps. :D
  14. Was he waiting for a call-up?