Officier de la Wehrmacht : Franz Dutter

Officier de la Wehrmacht : Franz Dutter

Warning The following content shows UNCENSORED military german insignias. It’s voluntary to match with the historical reality. This is by no means the reflection of my thought or my political opinion. If this video shocks you, I invite you to not continue viewing this video. Other video about allied will come in the future. Nothing is invented in this video. Franz Dutter is a real man ! Hello and welcome in this new video, my name is Franz Dutter and I will tell you my story What will be stated in this video is pure reality. No fact is invented, it is about my true story. So I chose not to censor anything, even if it may shock some of you. You only have to see the military side. No politic in my video! I am not a Nazi, I am a soldier. I can accept being told of me as a “boche”… Hey! By the way, “boche” comes from… (Boche=Krauts in French) Oh, you get into my video, you! Like this! So boche, it’s a nice little word for the Germans. And it doesn’t date from the World War 2, nor even the Great War, since our dear neighbors have earned this nickname since the mid-19th century. Originally, head of boche comes from head of wood, in reference to the Italian “boccia” or provencal “bocho”, designating a wooden ball used in bowling games. In 1883, Eugene Boutmy wrote in his dictionary of slang and typography “This term is especially applied to Belgians and Germans because they understand quite difficult, it is said, the explanations of the directors, either because of a lack of intellectual vivacity, either because of the imperfect knowledge they have of the French language.” And to say that we have rather retained the first solution… It’s good, can I continue? Yes of course. I said so. I am not a Nazi, I am a soldier. I am a soldier. But I can accept that people say that I am a bo…schleu… Did I talked you about the schleus? (=other name of Fritz in French) The schleu is already a sound that reminds us of the sweetness of Goethe’s language: ICH LIEBE DICH! But originally schleu is actually far from the banks of the Rhine, since the term comes from the other side of the Mediterranean. The šlö? (???????) are indeed a Berber people from southern Morocco, in the Atlas Mountains. At the beginning of the XXth century, the French soldiers fighting in Morocco end up using this word to speak about the territorial troops, which they considered as savages with an incomprehensible language. And as during the WW2, this definition corresponded well to the image we had of the Boche/Fritz/Germans, it will finally remain associated with our best enemies. Best enemies, but after the english! You can continue, Neo! THANK YOU! I said so … I’m not a Nazi. I am a soldier. But I can accept anyone saying that… Oh tell me in this outfit, you have…. TEUTONS WHO ARE POINTING!!! Sorry? I didn’t catch… Teuton, teat-on, all that Ok, it’s over, you go out. No, wait! Just to finish, the Teutons, in fact, were a people of the old North Germania. Around 120 BC, they embarked with the Cimbri of Denmark in an invasion of southern Europe… They devastated a lot of regions and won some great battles, before finally getting wanked in -102 by the Emperor Marius near Aix-en-Provence. Since the Teutons designate the typical German people, and the connotation can be as admiring as… more sarcastic. Like, when you use Teutonengrill or barbecue Teuton, to talk about the beaches of southern Europe that are invaded by tourists, came to bask the pill in shorts/socks/sandals. Combooo Are you ready to discover my story? So let’s go. I was born in Wiener Neustadt on October 24, 1917, an Austrian commune in Lower Austria located 50km south of Vienna. My big dream? Integrate the Neustadt Officer School which has produced generations of Austrian officers. One of the slogans was also uttered by Empress Marie-Therese: “Make me good officers and righteous men”. Let’s me take again the voice you all recognize. In 1937, after a year of service as a corporal in the 1st Infantry Division, my dream came true, and I was transferred to my hometown as Aspirant. In January 1939, I received my training as a Second Lieutenant and was given command of a machine gun section in the 5th Company of the 2nd Infantry Regiment. That’s when I was incorporated into the Wehrmacht, after the Anschluss. In September 1939, the war took me to Poland, where I proved myself on the front of Mlawa, Czichonov and Warsaw. It was on this occasion that I first won the Iron Cross 2nd class September 21, 1939, then the Iron Cross 1st class October 12, 1939, exactly 3 weeks later. I took over the command of the Regimental Engineering Section, consisting of a section headquarters, 6 groups of sappers with 1 machine gun each, 3 wagons of tools and a gas protection wagon. I was able to intervene in France in May and June 1940. In Lille, Amiens, Dreux and Saumur, the Austrians used several assault units for demining, the destruction of infantry obstacles and fighting against bunkers. My promotion to Lieutenant took place on September 1, 1940, in recognition of my new abilities. In my regiment, I was appreciated for my energy and initiative. Had to motivate the blues, I hate inaction! To believe that I must follow all the beginnings of new operations, I did not escape the beginning of the operation Barbarossa. I was given command of the 14th Panzerjäger Kompanie (tank Fighter Company). We were nicknamed “heavy” in my battalion. In the North sector, the 11th Infantry Division crossed Schaulen, Freidrichsstadt and Wolchowstroj and participated in the encirclement of Leningrad and its suburbs. It was on the Volkhov that I experienced my first day of close combat… I can tell you they are not nice soviets… After the violent winter battles, marked by difficult temperatures, snow-covered terrain and scarce supplies, my division resumed the offensive and intensified pressure on Soviet troops on the Lake Ladoga front. On January 22, 1942, I received the Silver Infantry Combat Badge, awarded after taking part in at least three infantry attacks, in addition to delivering at least one close combat at an assault. It was in March 1942, when I was in command of the 5th Panzerjäger Company, that I spent 5 days in hand-to-hand combat, allowing me to be rewarded with the German Gold Cross. It’s big, it’s heavy, and it clings everywhere this decoration … it’s a little too light and the big swastika, it’s a target… My regiment suffered such losses during the siege of Leningrad that I was given command of the 1st Battalion. We held our positions and we remained at the front despite a facial injury. I didn’t have it sewn. I was lazy. A little later, I was promoted to captain on the recommendation of the regimental commander. It was during this period that I received the Eastern Front Medal, because I was wounded on the Russian front. Look, this is a picture of me at this time. Recolored by an acquaintance, thanks to her! In three separate battles on the shores of Lake Lagoda, entire divisions were decimated on both sides, with no gain in land. Wounded again in July 1943 with deep wounds to the belly and the hand, followed by jaundice, imposing a recovery in the back. After my return, I had to spend months near Leningrad. In early 1944, a new Soviet attack is contained. Thus, I launched a counter-attack on Pirissar Island, located in Peipus Lake, the ice being made accessible by extreme temperatures. After a brief close combat, the small island allowed us to give a better starting position to the 11th Infantry Division for the next campaigns. That allowed me to get the Knight’s Cross on March 20, 1944. In May, the regiment finally took the time to process old files and reports, so I was able to, after 36 weeks of fighting at the close combat, simultaneously receive bronze and silver clasps. RAaah the administration … They are always in late… A little later, I was commissioned to take charge of the regiment, and thrown into an unparalleled offensive battle. On the Narva, Latvian and Estonian Waffen SS units and the 11th ID grenadiers repel hundreds of Soviet attacks. The “Narva Army Group” has long resisted astonishingly, but the Soviet army, strengthened by the relentless liberation of Leningrad, finally makes its way. On June 20, 1944, it was a great date. Aged 26, I was promoted to commander! It’s young huh? But the war makes us grow old very quickly… I was given command of the 23rd Grenadier Regiment, but we had to retreat. At Doropat, we found ourselves in a difficult situation after three new days of close combat. I was offered in September 1944 for the oak leaves of the Knight’s Cross for my performances in these difficult weeks, but it was rejected by the High Command. Finally, they agreed to call me to the army on October 17, 1944. I was again admitted to the hospital to recover from my third injury, arm and hip. So I could have the insignia of wounded silver, since I had 3 wounds! In the autumn, the division on the front of Libau was sent to the area of Courland, which will become a pocket, encircled by the Soviets. As commander of the 44th grenadier regiment, barely 300 men, we fought in 4 battles and I went from 40 to 58 days of close combat. On November 22, 1944, I received the highest distinction of infantry: the gold close combat clasp. What a mouthful, huh? There are not many people who have had it I could not receive it from Guderian’s hands. While the situation became difficult in April 1945 in the pocket of Courlande, I received the formal order to join the Halle-Gosau corps leaders’ course, which prevented me from being held captive by the Soviets for a few weeks later. In Halle-Gosau, I finally received my badge of Gold close combat, April 21, 1945, before being relieved by an American soldier a month later. I was briefly imprisoned before being released in June 1945 to return to my hometown of Neustadt. I taught in an Austrian officer school, then I had a second career in primary education, to finish as director of a school of education. I died on November 21, 1996 at the age of 79. I will not talk to you about my private life during this whole period. Because that doesn’t concern you! This is now the end of this video, I hope you liked it! Don’t hesitate to share, to subscribe, to comment and leave a blue thumb! I invite you to watch all the link in the description, you’ll discover I’m not alone to make this video! Thanks to my friends, I can offer you a good content! I see you soon in an other video of uniform, of personnality or in an airsoft gun video review! Bye! Directed by Neo035 With P’tite Jane’s participation Ideas and advices : Oni Zuka – Video Montage Assistants : Ugo Bimar & P’tite Jane – Writing assistant : Yves Decor furnished by Rubriqu’Aubrac

100 Replies to “Officier de la Wehrmacht : Franz Dutter”

  1. Plutôt sympa comme concept.Se mettre dans la peau d'une personne qui a vraiment existé.Ah ! 7.46 Franz a gagné la médaille de la viande congelée 😉

  2. Tres bon travail comme toujours ! Avec la petite touche d'humour a la fin 😂 nouveau format tres captivant et interessant ! 😊

  3. J'adore, merci de nous avoir présenter cette personnalité. J'aime beaucoup ce nouveau format de vidéo. Bonne continuation Neo035.

  4. Franchement une superbe vidéo tu réunis toujours les bons caractéristiques pour une vidéo concernant un allemand:
    -Un super montage
    -Un super uniforme
    -Une super histoire
    -Un bon rythme
    -Un accent allemand à deux Deutschemark sous Weimar

    Que demander de plus! Continu comme ça!

  5. je suis ÉPATÉ WOWWWW super travaille enccor une fois neo continue et vivement la prochaine vidéo de présentation de personalité

  6. Bonne vidéo Néo !
    P'tite question, sur internet les lois concernant le port d'insignes sont assez flou pour la croix de fer : la croix gammé, ça c'est bien entendu pas autorisé dans la rue, mais la croix de fer est juste militaire, et pas politique. C'est sûr de porter la croix de fer en publique ?

  7. Haha, magnifique !
    J'ai eu peur que tu fasses la vidéo avec l'accent jusqu'à la fin…Arf, Danke Meine Neo035
    Hâte de voir ce concept revenir sur ta chaine ! (pourquoi pas Yang Kyoungjong ou d'autres peu connus…)

  8. Excellente vidéo 😉
    Ca change des autres vidéos de présentations de soldats que l'on peut voir dans d'autres émissions (genre TV 😛 )
    L'humour est au poil, que demander de plus ^^

  9. Excellente vidéo.
    Je tiens juste à apporter une petite rectification à propos de la victoire romaine sur le peuple germanique des Teutons. Ces derniers furent effectivement vaincus par les Romains en 102 av. J.-C. près d'Aix-en-Provence. Toutefois, le général romain qui commandait l'armée romaine, à savoir Caius Marius, n'était pas empereur (en 102 av. J.-C., nous sommes encore dans la période républicaine qui s'achève en 27 av. J.-C. avec l'avènement de l'Empire), mais consul, soit la plus haute magistrature pouvant être exercée sous la République romaine.
    Voilà c'était mon instant emmerdeur ;D

  10. Tu t'es marrié ? , j'aime bien ce format , woaw c'est un miracle qu'il est survecu a autant de combats surtout en corps a corps. Belle carrière vu son jeune age . Merci Neo c'était cool

    Tu as la classe avec ce bel uniforme , moi je vais m'en faire un , j'y connais rien mais j'ai un peu peur avec mon 1m70 de tomber sur uniforme mille fois trop grand et ne rien trouver a ma taille , on verra bien lol

  11. un très bon concept, ça donne l'occasion de découvrir en plus de l'uniforme des annctodes sur des personnages historiques. bon boulot Néo ^^

  12. [Mode tatillon activé]
    Marius n'était pas empereur romain (il n'y en avait pas à l'époque). Il était consul, un équivalent de général d'armée.
    [Mode tatillon désactivé]
    Sinon… très bonne vidéo comme d'hab. 😀

  13. Magnifique vidéo.
    Ce nouveau concept sur ta chaîne est vraiment une excellente idée.
    Le travail sur cette vidéo a dû te demander énormément de travail.
    Bravo Néo 😉

  14. Ce gars était un véritable héros … les allemands n’étaient pas tous des Nazi et on a tendance à malheureusement trop l’oublier ^^ Cet homme n’a fait que son devoir au même titre qu’un polonais, un italien un français ou un russe 🙂

  15. Salut Neo
    Je ne comprends pas pour l’insigne d’infanterie
    Pourtant en Pologne Franz aurait déjà pris part à au moins 3 attaques non ?
    Pourquoi reçoit-il cette médaille seulement en Russie ?
    Merci d’avance

  16. criminelle de guerres va tu te crois marants mémes si ses historiques tu connai les loies par rapords aux uniformes doficier allmands

  17. C'est moi ou le "dictionnaire" qu'Emma tiens dans ses mains est en fait un coffret en bois ? ^^ En tout cas très bonne vidéo, Danke schöne Onkel Neo pour ton histoire avant de me coucher 😀

  18. Moi je veux bien que tu le fasse sur Robert E Write qui était un infirmier de l armée américaine 101 airborne 😉

  19. suis-je le seul qui trouve cette voix avec l'accent allemand totalement casse c**** ? sinon bonne video comme d'hab

  20. Super vidéo, comme toujours! Par contre énorme erreur sur les Teutons! Certes, ils ont été défaits par Marius, mais il n'était pas empereur!!! Il avait été élu consul avec des pouvoirs extraordinaires, mais n'était pas empereur.
    Le premier empereur romain n'arrive qu'en 27 AEC, Octave se faisant nommer Princeps par le Sénat de Rome, devenant le premier empereur (et non, ce n'est pas Caius Julius Caesar le premier!)

  21. C'est très bon comme vidéo, on oublie trop souvent t que derrière l'uniforme, il y a des humains …. Merci

  22. Argument fallacieux, le militaire est embauché dans une armée nazi, il est donc, un nazi, qu'il le veuille ou non. Il obéit a des nazi, il fait le travail que souhaite les nazi, il ne le veux peyut etre pas, mais c'est un nazi quand meme.

    C'est triste, mais c'est comme ca.

    Et tout flic, tout militaire et toute personne de pouvoir peut un jour se soumettre lui meme a des politiques similaire, car il a le pouvoir, il a du pouvoir sur autrrui et celui qui en dispose encore plus peut lui imposer ses idée ou meme pire, lui faire admettre le bien fondée de celles ci.

    Faut arreter de faire de la dissociation cognitive…. Quand on s'engage dans l'armée, ou s'engage a etre payé comme un milicen, par une entité, sur ordre et sans le discuter.

    Les gens signent non ?

    Quand je pense que ces memes personnes me parlent de libre arbitre mais quand il s'agit de militaire, bizzarement, ce n'est plus de leur faute…

    Surtout des gradés…

    faut se reveiller … apres l'occupation allemande, les franchouillards n'ont pas hésité a se cogner l'algérie hein ! (et pas que la france)

    bref, faut arreter la dissonance cognitive

  23. what a very awesome, and purely informative video. i am proud of your effort made to give us this, and i’m very happy with you. thankyou !

  24. C'est étonnant que cette officier qui a servi de 1939 à 1945 n'ai pas la médaille de service longue durée pour 4 ans de service ?

  25. je trouve que les armées Allemande durant la campagne de l'Est ont été exemplaire je n’intègre pas les divisions telle que das reich ou charlemagne etc… mais les divisions qui se sont Battus sur ce front et je le pense et c'est ma conviction profonde que si le front de l'Est et les ville comme Moscou, Stalingrad etc… était tombé et bien les alliées aurait eux un sacré problème sur le Rhin et les Ardennes par exemple. Heureusement il c'est fallut de peu pour que l'histoire prennent la direction que l'on connait, il faut en avoir conscience.

  26. Chouette de Jaure de vidéo tu pourrais faire la même mes le soldat le plus décoré de l’arme allemande stp

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