Law enforcement, intelligence gathering, counter-intelligence, persecution
The Gestapo was Nazi Germany's official secret police force. The term "gestapo" is an abbreviation for its formal name, Geheime Staatspolizei. Formed in 1934, the Gestapo was lead by Schutzstaffel officer Heinrich Himmler. They were deployed to investigate and combat enemies of the state. It had complete authority over investigations in treason, espionage, and sabotage. During the second World War, the Gestapo included 46,000 members. As the persecution of Jews progressed throughout Germany-held Europe, the police force was also assigned to keep imprisoned Jewish people in check. They were also given orders to detain, and execute, Jews. Many of the Gestapo members include former police officers, SS regulars, and other government agents. Each member had to have received police training prior to enlisting into the Gestapo.
Battle vs. Ku Klux Klan (by The Deadliest Warrior)Edit
Five Ku Klux Klan members, deep in a safehouse in a forest, donning their bleach-white robes, clean their weapons and jokingly recount their previous brutal murders of innocents. Two Klan members guard the back door and await a third KKK man to arrive in truck with equipment. There is a knock at the door and the Klan men look over their shoulders warily. One man picks a pistol off the table and opens the door. There is a man with glasses and a black uniform standing outside. He asks the Klan members something in a different language, and upon getting no response, repeats the question much more forcefully. The Southerner angrily shoves the man back and starts to shut the door when the uniformed man angrily barks at him and plunges a knife into the crook of his elbow. The Klan member howls in pain and the officer grabs him by the front of the robes and pulls him outside, forcing him to drop the pistol. Two other similarly uniformed men grab the KKK man and force him into a truck before they speed away down the dirt path and disappear. The Gestapo have just attacked.
The other Klan members exchange shocked glances before they grab their weapons and rush out the back door just as the KKK truck pulls up. Quickly they get in the back of the truck and the driver pulls over down the road and tries to find the Gestapo's truck. The Klan quickly finds the Gestapo and the passenger in the car fires out the window with his Tommy Gun. One of the Gestapo men lean out and with the MP40 sprays wildly behind him. The Klan driver veers to avoid bullets but a man standing in the back of the truck is hit and tumbles backwards out into the road.
The Klan man in the passenger's seat fires again with a quick burst at the Gestapo truck ahead, blowing out a tire and sending the truck veering off the road and crashing into a tree. The KKK truck slows down and stops in front of the wreckage and the Klan men in the back of the pickup truck throw molotov cocktails at the wreckage, setting the truck on fire. The Gestapo men stumble out but one of them is stuck inside the truck and is burned to death. As the kidnapped Klan member rushes back to his friends, he is shot in the leg with the K98k from the retreating Gestapo agents. Under overwhelming attack, they flee into the forest and the KKK give chase.
Quickly the two Gestapo men run down a path to a wooden house where five other Germans await. Shouting that they're receiving opposition, they enter the house and alert their comrades, who exit just as quickly and return fire at the KKK. A sneering German shoots a Klan man in the stomach and he falls on all fours, vomiting blood into his hood. The Klan member next to him raises his M1 and blows the German's brains out of his head. The Klan man who was shot in the stomach sprawls out and lays dead.
One Gestapo man sneaks away from the firefight and sets up a time bomb in the house to destroy any documents the Klan might steal. Two Klan men burst into the house just as the bomb is finished and concealed. The first Klan man rushes at the Gestapo agent, who whips out a knife and plunges it into his neck. The Gestapo turns around to be bludgeoned in the head with a metal club. He falls down, spitting blood, and looks up weakly to see the laughing Klan member bring the club down on his skull. The Southerner then begins to ransack the house, looking for weapons or other things of value.
Outside another Klan member is shot down by an MP40. The Klan returns the favor by gunning down a Nazi agent with their Tommy Gun. The Germans retreat slowly deeper into the forest and the Klan enter the house for cover. The injured man who was kidnapped fumbles with material to make a bomb and tries to sneak around the Gestapo. Just as he exits the house, an enormous explosion tears the building apart, killing all of the Ku Klux Klan members inside.
The Nazis stare at the explosion in surprise, and are even further disoriented when a bomb blasts behind them, killing two Gestapos. The remaining two agents, the ones who tried to kidnap the now only suviving Klan member, turn to see the enraged Southerner hobbling at them with a wounded arm and leg. The Gesapo leader straightens his glasses, chuckles, and grabs the Klan man as he comes closer. The other Gestapo takes out the knife and slowly twists it into the Klan man's back. The Ku Klux Klan member howls in pain before he slumps to his knees and keels over dead.
The formal training and military expertise of the Gestapo sharply contrasted with the brutal terror tactics of the Ku Klux Klan, who weren't truly warriors to begin with.
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The KGB won because of their brutal training and thier combat experiance. The Gestapo were not used to being in actual combat as they were police used mainly for carting trouble makers and jews off to concentration camps in the middle of the night. The KGB's stealth factor also helped with the victory as they could sneak up on and overpower the Gestapo before they could react.
Battle vs. Służba Bezpieczeństwa (by Utter noob)Edit
The Gestapo move into a warehouse cautiously. They have heard that the Polish Home Army has been getting supplies from the warehouse and the Gestapo want to shut it down. The Służba Bezpieczeństwa has begun to introduce the Polish Home Army with more modern weapons to resist the Nazi regime. Hearing movement in another room, the lead gestapo quietly opens the door and takes aim. He fires a burst of gunfire from his STG, taking out a surprised Polish agent who was playing cards with one of his comrades.
The other German police bust into the room, as the Polish officer reloaded his Wanad. He flipped the table he was near and hit behind it as bullets soared over his head. He fired blindly over the cover with his pistol but failed to hit anyone. He reloaded his weapon as a several rounds were shot through the table he was behind, easily penetrating the wood.
The Gestapo forces leave the room and continue to search through the warehouse. They entered a larger room then before, which appeared to be the Służba Bezpieczeństwa’s base of operations. Before they had time to look around their surroundings, the Służba Bezpieczeństwa had assembled behind an improvised cover of anything they could get their hands on and open fire with Kbkgs. The Germans scatter, but one is not fast enough and gets cut to ribbons.
The Poles continued to fire, littering all objects around with bullet holes as the Gestapo scurried about the room. The Polish leader motioned for his men to split up. He set down his kbkg and drew his preferred pistol, the Wanad. The Gestapo leader stalks two Służba Bezpieczeństwa. He feels in his clothing and brings out his dress dagger. He sneaks up behind a Służba Bezpieczeństwa and grabs him with his left hand and then thrusts the dagger through his chest.
The two Gestapo move up and see their leader’s corpse. The give a quick salute and then move to find the last Służba Bezpieczeństwa. The Pole quietly lies in wait as the Gestapo continue to investigate the area. The Germans pass the homemade fortifications the Służba Bezpieczeństwa set up when suddenly several rounds hit a Gestapo in the chest.
The Polish officer quickly ducks behind cover as the final Gestapo sprays rounds at him from his STG-44. The weapon suddenly makes a click and refuses to fire. The Pole quickly leaps over his cover and pulls the trigger of his Wanad, but like the STG, it refused to fire. The Pole quickly put his pistol in his holster and drew his Ka-BAR as The Gestapo pulled out his dress dagger.
The Służba Bezpieczeństwa tears out his knife as the Nazi crumbles to the ground.
Służba Bezpieczeństwa won this battle thanks to the fact that they have more advanced technology.