Extremely Rare Polish WW2 Document of Evacuation, 1945.
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WIKIPEDIA: The term Hiwi is a German abbreviation of the word Hilfswilliger, meaning 'voluntary assistant', or more literally, 'willing helper'. During World War II, the term Hiwis gained broad popularity in reference to auxiliary forces recruited from the indigenous Soviet populations in the areas acquired by Nazi Germany in Eastern Europe. Hitler reluctantly agreed to allow recruitment of Soviet citizens in the Rear Areas during Operation Barbarossa. In a short period of time, many of them were moved to combat units. In late 1942, Hiwis comprised 50 percent of the 2nd Panzer Army's 134 Infantry Division, while the 6th Army at the Battle of Stalingrad was composed of 25 percent Hiwis. By 1944, their numbers had grown to 600,000. Both men and women of the Soviet Union were recruited. Veteran Hiwis were practically indistinguishable from the regular German troops, and often served in entire company strengths.