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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

A CAPTURED DEAF SOLDIER WHO PLAYED A PIANO FOR 22 HOURS NONSTOP WAS SHOT BY A CAPTOR DEAF SOLDIER.

When the Soviet Union was pushing towards Berlin, an SS soldier was forced to play a piano for his captors. They made it clear in sign language that he would be executed the moment he stopped. He played for 22 hours, after which he collapsed in tears. They congratulated him, and then shot him.


SS stood for Schutzstaffel which translates to 'Protective Squardron'. This particular organization was made up of three distinctive branches. "Under the leadership of Heinrich Himmler between 1929 and 1945, the year it was disbanded, the SS grew from a small paramilitary formation to become one of the largest and most powerful organizations in Nazi Germany. The Nazis regarded the SS as an elite unit, the Party's "praetorian guard", with all SS personnel selected on the principles of racial purity and unconditional loyalty to F├╝hrer and the Nazi Party. The SS military branch, the Waffen-SS, evolved into a second German army in addition to the regular German army, the Wehrmacht."

SS FLAG
There is no way for them to spare any SS soldiers because SS soldiers are known to be very cruel and they burn mothers and children alive, they show no mercy at all and they are even labeled as "EVIL"

Thats not the focus of this article though, the interesting thing was that they made it clear in sign language to the captured soldier that any moment he stopped playing the piano, he will be executed. There was a possibility that the captor soldier was hearing but he knows sign language and he made it clear in sign language to the captured Deaf SS soldier or the captor soldier was Deaf and he made it clear in sign language to the captured hearing SS soldiers or both the captor and captured soldiers were Deaf and they make it clear in sign language to themselves.. No ideas but please if anyone of you have any idea, please do comment.

We all know that the cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.

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