DDR stands for Deutsch Demokratishe Republik. Immediately after World War Two and until the collapse of the Soviet Union and reunification of East and West Germany, what used to be East Germany was known as the Deutsch Demokratishe Republik (DDR). The East German government employed armed guards with highly trained dogs to patrol the Berlin Wall and the general border and checkpoints along the East and West border crossings. The breeders of the DDR where some of the strictest breeders, the world has ever known.
What we have here are the direct descendants of these very same dogs. They have not been bred for conformation or show or even for sport, they are from serious working bloodline's of German Shepherd Dog. Old East German bloodlines, with proper care and bonding, these dogs will lay their lives down if necessary. These dogs have been bred for intelligence, performance and workability and health. They are very thick, heavy boned and very.... powerful dogs when fully mature. They are extremely loyal to their family excellent with children and have a high degree of suspicion toward strangers or unusual situations, making them the ideal ppd and family guardian. Read More
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The widely publicized killings and rapes in places like Nemmersdorf by the Soviets led to a severe degree of fear in the entire German population of East Prussia. Those that could not escape the advancing Soviets were left to their fate. Wealthy civilians of East Prussia were often shot by Soviet soldiers, their goods stolen, and their houses set on fire.  Wrote Zakhar Agranenko, a playwright serving as an officer of marine infantry in East Prussia: "Red Army soldiers don't believe in 'individual liaisons' with German women. Nine, ten, twelve men at a time - they rape them on a collective basis."  Even Russian women liberated from forced labor camps were raped by Soviet soldiers.  The rear-guard units of the advancing Soviet armies were responsible for a large proportion of the crimes committed by Red Army personnel.  Soviet Officers like Lev Kopelev , who tried to prevent crimes, were accused of pity for the enemy and became Gulag prisoners.