[Below: A Rexist rally.]

[Below: An autographed photo from 1944.]

[Below: Some young admirers examine Degrelle's Knight's Cross.]

[Below: Degrelle during the offensive into the Caucasus in the summer of 1942.]

[Below: Degrelle inspecting new volunteers for the Sturmbrigade Wallonien in July 1943 in Namur, Belgium.]

[Below: Leutnant Léon Degrelle at an opening ceremony in Belgium on June 18, 1943 of an exhibition of photographs of the Wallonian Legion in honor of his 30th birthday. In the same month, the Wallonian Legion was taken into the Waffen-SS as the SS Sturmbrigade Wallonien and attached to the Wiking Division in the southern sector of the Eastern Front in late 1943.]

[Below: Degrelle with 'Sepp' Dietrich at a special celebration parade held in the Belgium capital on April 1, 1944 to mark the triumphant return of the courageous Belgium volunteers after their break-out of the Russian encirclement at Tscherkassy in February of that year.]

[Below: Degrelle with 'Sepp' Dietrich at a special celebration parade held in the Belgium capital on April 1, 1944 to mark the triumphant return of the courageous Belgium volunteers after their break-out of the Russian encirclement at Tscherkassy in February of that year.]

[Below: Degrelle with 'Sepp' Dietrich at a special celebration parade held in the Belgium capital on April 1, 1944 to mark the triumphant return of the courageous Belgium volunteers after their break-out of the Russian encirclement at Tscherkassy in February of that year.]

[Below: Degrelle with 'Sepp' Dietrich at a special celebration parade held in the Belgium capital on April 1, 1944 to mark the triumphant return of the courageous Belgium volunteers after their break-out of the Russian encirclement at Tscherkassy in February of that year.]

[Below: SS-Hauptsturmführer Léon Degrelle with his men from SS Sturmbrigade Wallonien in the Cherkassy Pocket in early 1944. 56,000 soldiers were encircled there at the end of January 1944, it proved to be the most violent, exhausting, and terrible battles for them thus far. The battle was a heroic duel effort of Waffen-SS and German Army units to break through to encircled and trapped Waffen-SS and German Army units.]

[Below: SS-Sturmbannführer Léon Degrelle with members of the Panzer-Brigade Wallonien on the Eastern Front.]

[Below: Léon Degrelle at his brother Eduard’s funeral. Circa 1944.]

[Below: Léon Degrelle at his brother Eduard’s funeral. Circa 1944.]

[Below: Degrelle with his brother’s casket, 1944.]

[Below: Degrelle visiting Wallonian guest workers in Berlin.]

[Below: A young Degrelle in a Stahlhelm.]

[Below: The Russian mud, like glue, would sometimes be knee-deep and worse.]

[Below: A rare photo showing Degrelle with a hand wound.]

[Below: Degrelle on the cover of Signal magazine.]

[Below: Degrelle is being awarded the Oak Leaves to the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross. Adolf Hitler, whom is congratulating him here, said to Degrelle 'If I had a son, I would want him to be like you.']

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[Below: Léon Degrelle is congratulated by Adolf Hitler]

[Below: Léon Degrelle's soldbuch]


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[Below: Emergency landing of Degrelle's Heinkel 111 on the Beach of La Concha in San Sebastián, Spain in May 1945.]

[Below: Degrelle with his daughter, Christine Degrelle Hochzeit, on her wedding day, October 13, 1969.]

[Below: Degrelle with his daughter, Christine Degrelle Hochzeit, on her wedding day, October 13, 1969.]

[Below: Degrelle, 1976.]

[Below: Degrelle, later in his years, with the original Zorro character, who was a big fan of Degrelle. Degrelle lived the rest of his days in exile in Spain.]

[Below: Degrelle and the legendary Miguel Serrano!]