Helmuth Hubener. This kid sounds extraordinary. Disgusted by Kristallnacht violence, he'd listen to BBC news and distribute flyers denouncing Nazi propaganda. When facing the Nazi "blood tribunal" after being sentenced to death, he said, "It's my turn to die for having committed no crime. But soon it will be yours." The last letter he wrote his loved ones was heartrending for its courage and wisdom. He was only 17 at the time he was executed.
Max Wünsche, who commanded Panzer Regiment 12 of the 12th SS-Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, was described by his captors as "PW is definitely a museum piece. He is 150% Nordic warrior, wearing every order of the Iron Cross; an officer of the Leibstandarte since 1933 on and a fanatic of the most extreme order, with a well disciplined and calculating brain. His information is reliable on military matters, but his attitude is irreconcilable".