Yes, but they fought as infantry. After Crete, Hitler forbade any massed jumps by airborne troops.
because when russia signed a treaty with Germany it closed the eastern front making German soldiers go to the western front
The Soviet Union helped the German Army on the Eastern Front. The Eastern Front was the Central and Northern part of Europe.
The Eastern Front was the front where Russia fought Germany and Austria-Hungary, beginning at the Russo-German border.
For WWI it depends on your frame of reference such as... If you are English or French, eastern front was in France against the Germans If you are German, eastern front was in Russia against Russia.
THe Eastern Front was the German border with what was then the Soviet Union. Phil
The Eastern Front had trenches like the Western Front, but it was so large that the fighting was more mobilised, especially in Ukraine. German Uhlans and Ukranian/Russian cavalry were able to move around and fight each other.
At least 3.3 million men dead out of a total of 5.5 million - in other words, at least 60% of German military deaths were on the Eastern Front.
Most German soldiers on the Eastern Front had a good idea of what was going on.
some advisors were send to the Turkish front, they were fighting on the balkan front, the Russian front the western front the front of the German African colonies the front of the German pacific colonies
The Soviet Union was fighting the Eastern Front on D-Day. Many German troops were occupied in this area.
Germany on the western front and turkey on the eastern front
The fought on the Eastern front of WW2. The farthest East they fought was the city of Stalingrad, (now called Volgograd.) on the Volga River, and by the end of the war, the Eastern front was nothing more than the Eastern side of Berlin.
Enlist them to fight on the side of Germany?
Hitler did not fight on any front in WWII, but Nazis fought on the Eastern front,(Russia) and western front. In WW I Hitler fought on the western front, but as I remember it he was not a combat vet, he ran messages.
"The Eastern Front"
No , the Russian's primary theater of the war was on the Eastern Front .
Read "Silence on the Western Front" While it is a boo about the western front, it is very similar to the eastern, and the best book out there about war during World War 1.
Most German soldiers on the Eastern Front knew, at least in outline.
The defeat of the German 6th Army at Stalingrad was a turning point on the Eastern Front ; the Germans never regained the initiative and the Russians had shown to the world that they could fight and win battles .
Presuming this to be a WWII ETO question. A German soldier could surrender on the western front. He might perish if he tried that on the eastern front. The western front was fought by basically the same breed of men; the eastern front was a war between the Occidental/Westerner (Germans) and the Oriental/Easterner (Russians)...There was NO MERCY between those two!