Recruits from Russian Protective Corps of Yugoslavia

Recruits from Russian Protective Corps of Yugoslavia


Recruits from the Russian Protective Corps of Yugoslavia (Russisches Schutzkorps of Wehrmacht) – ethnic Russians – children of the White Guards who remained in Yugoslavia after the defeat in 1920. An interesting detail – 90% of Russian émigrés in Serbia accepted the occupying power and actively cooperated with it. Such mass collaboration of Russian immigrants with the Nazis was not in a single country occupied by the Germans, and even in Germany itself.
Russisches Schutzkorps Serbien – a corps formed of Russian émigrés and citizens of the USSR, acting on the side of Nazi Germany during World War II In particular, the corps fought against the guerrillas of the Yugoslav People’s Liberation Army.

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