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Edelweiss corp - Horst Wessel Marsch-album (Cassette)


1996
Label: Not On Label - none • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: Germany, Austria, & Switzerland • Genre: Brass & Military • Style: Marches, Military
Edelweiss corp - Horst Wessel Marsch-album  (Cassette)

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Tracklist: 1. Edelweiss 2. We Sail Against England (Heute Wollen Wir Ein Liedlein Singen) 3. Bombs On England (Bomben Auf England) 4. Song Of The U Boats (U Boot Lied) 5. Song Of The Paratroopers (Fallschirmjaeger Lied) 6. Horst Wessel Song (Horst Wesselied) 7. The Panzers Are Rolling Forward In Africa (Panzer Rollen In Africa Vor) 8.

Es war ein Edelweiss. Es war ein Edelweiss (English: "It Was an Edelweiss ") is a march, with music and lyrics composed by Herms Niel in for the German ted Reading Time: 50 secs.

 · SS-Division" which never existed; track 8a (CD1) is "Piave-Marsch" from , not some fictional "Marsch der SS-Division Hunyadi" (many Hungarians, and others as well, still think it was a march of that division, thanks to the false title from this album) = very much off-topic; track 9a (CD1) is an off-topic composition, a post-WWII recording.

The low-life Horst Wessel (b. September 9, , Bielefeld, Germany -- d. Febru, Berlin, Germany) joined the Nazi party in in He was killed by political enemies (probably equally degenerate communists) in a fight in his filthy squalid rooms in Berlin.


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of "Edelweiss" on Discogs.5/5(5).

  2. The "Horst-Wessel-Lied" ("Horst Wessel Song"; German: [hɔʁst ˈvɛsl̩ liːt] ()), also known by its opening words "Die Fahne hoch" ("Raise the Flag", lit. 'The Flag High'), was the anthem of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) from to From to , the Nazis made it the co-national anthem of Germany, along with the first stanza of the "Deutschlandlied ".Lyrics: Horst Wessel,

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