Read the captivating stories of the Axis biographies. The Axis had a slight advantage in the beginning of World War 2 since they were the initiators of World War 2. In many cases specialised units and their leaders had years to train and develop their skills. Towards the end of the war, they too had to improvise a lot with great succes.
The Axis powers had several influential people of special forces during World War 2, including Otto Skorzeny, Paolo Aloisi, and Yoshitaka Horie. These men were instrumental in the development and implementation of unconventional warfare tactics and strategies, and their contributions to the war effort played a significant role in the outcome of the conflict. Despite their ultimate defeat, these men left a lasting legacy and their innovations in the field of special forces continue to influence military strategy and tactics to this day.