The man who captured Belgrade single-handedly. On 13 April 1941, SS-Hauptsturmführer Fritz Klingenberg, a company commander in the Das Reich Division’s reconnaissance battalion, captured the city with 10 men. For his daring exploit, Hitler awarded him the Knight’s Cross. Four days later the Yugoslavs capitulated to the Germans. This picture shows Klingenberg talking to cadets at Bad Tölz in 1942. Klingenberg later went on to command the 17. SS Panzergrenadier Division Götz von Berlichingen, before being killed in action in April 1945.