Werwolf (2) / Tonstörung - Live (CD) NS Records, NS Records: NS Records CD 24, NSR CD Denmark: Sell This Version: INDCD INDCD Germany: Sell This Version: Compilations: none: Werwolf (2) The Best Of Werwolf Vol.1 & 2. Oct 04, · $ CD Sale $ CD Sale $ CD Sale All Music Deals Coupons The Complete Collection Vol. 1. by Gerry Conway, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman, Mike Ploog, Werner Roth and a supernatural showdown with Dracula himself! COLLECTING: MARVEL SPOTLIGHT () #, WEREWOLF BY NIGHT () #, MARVEL TEAMUP () #12, TOMB OF DRACULA ( Brand: Marvel. Werwolf (pronounced [ˈveːɐ̯vɔlf], German for "werewolf") was a Nazi plan, which began development in , to create a resistance force which would operate behind enemy lines as the Allies advanced through faharderimarneusobisecocontge.cotely, Werwolf's propaganda value far outweighed its actual achievements.
Another popular myth about Werwolf is that it was intended to continue fighting underground even after the surrender of the Nazi government and the German military. No officially recognized effort was ever made by the Nazi leadership to develop an insurgency to continue fighting in the event of defeat, in no small measure because Adolf Hitleras well as other Nazi leaders, regarded anyone who even discussed the possibility as defeatists and traitors.
As a result, no contingency plans to deal with defeat were ever authorized in the official, public record. However, as a result of Goebbels' efforts, Werwolf had, and in many cases continues to have, a mythological reputation as having been an underground Nazi resistance movement, with some even claiming that Werwolf attacks continued for months, or even years, after the end of the war—-in particular, sources cited by West Coast radio broadcaster Dave Emoryfor instance in this archived program on audiofollowing a brief first segment.
Its perceived influence went far beyond its actual operations, especially after the dissolution of the Nazi regime. Historians Antony Beevor and Earl F. Ziemke have argued that Werwolf never amounted to a serious threat, and furthermore propose that the plan barely existed.
German historian Golo Mannin his The History of Germany Since also states that "The [Germans'] readiness to work with the victors, to carry out their orders, to accept their advice and their help was genuine; of the resistance which the Allies had expected in the way of 'werwolf' units and nocturnal guerrilla activities, there was no sign.
Perry Biddiscombe has offered a somewhat different view. In his books Werwolf! However, he characterizes German post-surrender resistance as "minor",  and calls the post-war Werwolfs "desperadoes"  and "fanatics living in forest huts".
Army intelligence reports that characterized Nazi partisans as "nomad bands"  and judged them as less serious threats than attacks by foreign slave laborers  and considered their sabotage and subversive activities to be insignificant.
Biddiscombe also says that Werwolf violence failed to mobilize a spirit of popular national resistance, that the group was poorly led, armed, and organized, and that it was doomed to failure given the war-weariness of the populace and the hesitancy of young Germans to sacrifice themselves on the funeral pyre of the former Nazi regime. He concludes that the only significant achievement of the Werwolfs was to spark distrust of the German populace in the Allies as they occupied Germany, which caused them in some cases to act more repressively than they might have done otherwise, which in turn fostered resentments that helped to enable far right ideas to survive in Germany, at least in pockets, into the post-war era.
Nevertheless, says Biddiscombe, "The Werewolves were no bit players";  they caused tens of millions of dollars of property damage at a time when the European economies were in an already desperate state, and they were responsible for the killing of thousands of people. According to Biddiscombe "the threat of Nazi partisan warfare had a generally unhealthy effect on broad issues of policy among the occupying powers. As well, it prompted the development of draconian reprisal measures that resulted in the destruction of much German property and the deaths of thousands of civilians and soldiers".
D.A.S. - Werwolf (2) - The Best Of Werwolf Vol.1 & 2 (CD) German resistance movement was successfully suppressed in In the Soviet occupation zonethousands of youths were arrested as "Werwolves". The report, though referring to incidents where Soviet units came under fire from the woods,  asserts that most of the arrested had not been involved in any action against the Soviets, which Serov explained with interrogation results allegedly showing that the boys had been "waiting" for the right moment and in the meantime focused on attracting new members.
Eisenhower believed he would be faced with extensive guerrilla warfarebased on the Alpine Redoubt. Eisenhower had previously also requested that the occupation directive JCS not make him responsible for maintaining living conditions in Germany under the expected circumstances; " If conditions in Germany turn out as described, it will be utterly impossible effectively to control or save the economic structure of the country In April Churchill announced that the Allies would incarcerate all captured German officers for as long as a guerrilla threat existed.
Prior to the occupation SHAEF investigated the reprisal techniques the Germans had used in order to maintain control over occupied territories since they felt the Germans had had good success.
Baillie Grohman for example stated that killing hostages was "not in accordance with our usual methods". From onward, Allied intelligence officials noted resistance activities by an organisation which had appropriated the name of the anti-Nazi resistance group, the Edelweiss Piraten Edelweiss Pirates.
The group was reported to be composed mainly of former members and officers of Hitler Youth units, ex-soldiers and drifters, and was described by an intelligence report as "a sentimental, adventurous, and romantically anti-social [movement]". It was regarded as a more serious menace to order than the Werwolf by US officials.
A raid in March captured 80 former German officers who were members, and who possessed a list of persons to be liquidated, including Wilhelm Hoegnerthe prime minister of Bavaria.
Further members of the group were seized with caches of ammunition and even anti-tank rockets. In late reports of activities gradually died away. In Danish police uncovered files in their archives outlining the Danish part of Operation Werwolf under the command of Horst Paul Issel who was caught in Germany in before being handed over to Denmark. Rice, postwar Germany was nothing like Iraq"  in which he took Rice and Rumsfeld to task for mentioning Werwolf, writing that the reality of postwar Germany bore no resemblance to the occupation of Iraq, and made reference to Antony Beevor 's Berlin: The Downfall and the D.A.S.
- Werwolf (2) - The Best Of Werwolf Vol.1 & 2 (CD) Army's official history, The U. Army in the Occupation of Germany — where the Werwolf were only mentioned twice in passing.
The alternate history novel The Man with the Iron Heart by American author Harry Turtledove depicts a Werwolf operation under the successful command of Reinhard Heydrich in this scenario he's survived the attempt on his life by British-trained Czech Commandos.
With the aid of a strong peace movement arising in the US angry at the rising casualties after the war's official end, the US and Britain withdraw occupation troops from Germany, even after Heydrich is killed, leaving it open for a takeover again by the Nazi Party.
Lars von Trier uses the Werwolf-theme as backdrop in his movie Europa. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Operation Werwolf. For the mythological shapeshifter, see Werewolf. For one of Hitler's military headquarters, see Werwolf Wehrmacht headquarters. For the musician, see Satanic Warmaster. This article's lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article.
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Regardless, musically this track is engaging through its entire length. The bonus tracks are all interesting and, while extended, generally do not bog down, especially "My Story", which is reminiscent of Sandrose in the vocal department and features saxes and flute and even some male spoken parts, and "The Dreamer", which starts heavily and becomes spacier.
It is notable for mixed male and female vocals, more wind instruments and even a Ramses like organ solo backed by military styled drums which builds to a crescendo. This is really 3. It's a nice but non-essential creation. The composition envolves to slightly irritating directions, there are promises of harder sounding approach, which switch forth and back with the softer tunes, creating quite confusing feeling at least for me "unpleasantly confusing".
Short instrumental "Daydream" doesn't bring much extra value to the record, and the most interesting thing in "The game is over" was the start riff which can be heard also on Anekdoten's "Seljak" song, heh.
The long "The Eighth Day" is stylistically very similar than the other songs, so the record is quite solid in it's approach. There are three long bonus tracks in the CD version, which certainly grow the value of the album if you like it's style, as they don't sound as any poor leftovers but even slightly better than the shorter original vinyl album songs.
If you are big fan of symphonic style rock music my personal style impression only or want to check out the German prog scene troughoutly, try listening this record. But I suggest doing that before the purchase decision. I didn't like this record, but there can certainly be other opinions to this, as my dislike was built on stylistical features, not lack of playing nor production qualities.
It's also interesting to hear quite puristic prog music from the 80's always. Besides Ms. This is also one of those bands with a singing drummer Peter Bestingand while he doesn't have much range or even a very distinctive vocal character I applaud any drummer who can manage to belt out vocals while keeping up a song's rhythm, so kudos to him for that. Bassist Burkhard Huckstein isn't very original, but his instrument is quite noticeably prominent throughout which is a bit unusual for either prog folk or psych bands of that era.
These are longer songs, all well-developed and full of interesting shifts and twists which tend to give them a feel of being more like mid-seventies tunes rather than music from the early eighties, D.A.S. - Werwolf (2) - The Best Of Werwolf Vol.1 & 2 (CD). The band first formed inand I believe a lot of these songs were written much earlier in their career than when they were recorded, which might account for the somewhat dated sound.
The Garden of Delights D.A.S. - Werwolf (2) - The Best Of Werwolf Vol.1 & 2 (CD) remastered version which is best and easiest version to find contains three bonus tracks, all quite progressive and considerably more rocking than the original studio release. Loewenstein and quite a few tempo shifts, although the middle section becomes a bit tedious and plodding at times.
But the additional tracks make for an interesting historical snapshot of the band, and their inclusion doesn't really detract from the overall package.
These guys weren't anything special, but they weren't too bad either. Don't expect to uncover a lost progressive gem if you decide to pick this one up, but the guitar, keyboards and vocals are pretty tight throughout and the album as a whole is quite good though not exceptional.
Easily three stars though, and recommended to hardcore prog rock fans looking for another conversation piece to add to their collection. Lengthy tracks with shifting climates, ethereal female vocals, some beautiful guitar soli, great keyboard themes and a certain symphonic background, propelled by the electroacoustic changes, the synth-based monster layers, the pounding grooves on guitar and organ and the smooth lyricism.
I can't say the material trully belongs among the best of the era, but the arrangements are well-crafted with clever use of the organ in both rhythmic and symphonic lines the latter remind strongly of GENESIS and the unmistakable and dominant spacious keyboards of German Sympho Kraut Rock. All texts are sung in English and the min. With the original vinyl hitting triple-digit bucks at auctions and being rather rare, several issues have popped out throughout time, some of them contain the three pieces recorded from the 79' line-up.
All three are excellent 70's Symphonic Rock, even more diverse and convincing than the tracks of the original D.A.S. - Werwolf (2) - The Best Of Werwolf Vol.1 & 2 (CD), highlighted by the occasional addition of flute and sax.
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