65 Years Later: The Malmedy Massacre, December 17, 1944

 

“SS troops, including Jochen Peiper, had seen extensive duty in the grim killing fields of the Eastern Front. As Kampfgruppe Peiper passed by these Americans, an SS soldier suddenly stood up in the back of his halftrack, aimed his pistol, and fired it twice into a group of U.S. prisoners.”

via History News Network | 65 Years Later: The Malmedy Massacre, December 17, 1944.

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