Talk:Combat Groups of the Working Class
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Large numbers of KdA members were sent to Brazzaville particularly
Do you have a source for this? Never heard of this. Maxim Kammerer 17:14, 10 Jul 2004 (UTC)
I got it from , which is part of a library of information compiled from the Library of Congress. KdA members were posted around left wing countries in Africa, but especially in the Republic of Congo, I believe. [[User:DO'Neil|DO'Иeil]] 09:19, Jul 11, 2004 (UTC)
As a fact (undisputed): until german reunification both german states did not sent any combat units into conflicts outside.
As latest research about involment of East Germany in international conflicts I found: [] (in german) Some cites about the topic are on: [] (in german) They states: East Germany delivered weappons and trained foreigners in East Germany mainly. Furthermore they sent military advisers into 3rd world countries in smaller numbers. Though these person were members of the NVA or maybe MfS and not of the Kampfgruppen. Maxim Kammerer 11:26, 11 Jul 2004 (UTC)
However, Kampfgruppen members didn't classify as military (they were paramilitary), and if they went anywhere, it would have been to train other pararmilitary groups. This means that they probably weren't counted in any lists of German intervention overseas. [[User:DO'Neil|DO'Иeil]] 14:27, Jul 11, 2004 (UTC)
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