Just been brushing up on some corps history and was reading about raids done by the Royal Marines in WWII. It shoes their courage and daring, and ultimately sacrifice. A the commando order was issued by Hitler which stated that any commandos captures would be executed immediately, which goes against the rules of engagement and international law. In future, all terror and sabotage troops of the British and their accomplices, who do not act like soldiers but rather like bandits, will be treated as such by the German troops and will be ruthlessly eliminated in battle, wherever they appear. I find this attitude strange in light of the events, considering the conduct of Wehrmacht on the Eastern Front, and the commando raids by the SS to capture prominent allies.