The body of the driver of the car of the German General Friedrich Kussin

driver of Friedrich Kussin

The body of the driver of the personal car of the German General Friedrich Kussin, who was shot by British soldiers.

Major General Friedrich Kussin (1895-1944) was the commandant of the Garrison of Arnhem. September 17, 1944 between 16 and 17 hours at the fork in the road Osterbeyk-Wolfheze, his gray car “Citroen” was fired by soldiers of the 5th platoon of 3 parachute battalion of the British. The general, his driver and batman were killed on the spot.



Location: Arnhem, Holland
Date: September 18, 1944

In : 1944

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