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British Free Corps

In World War II, the British Free Corps or Britisches Freikorps was a small unit of the Waffen-SS consisting of British citizens who had been recruited by the Nazis. This unit was created mostly for propaganda purposes, and its members were rounded up and tried by British courts at the end of the war.

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