If I recall, that allegation was produced by Jacek Kurski but later debunked. I'm not 100% sure and don't intend to Google it.
Donald Tusk first said that he was personally not aware of his grandpa Jozef Tusk's Nazi past, then when he was grilled on the issue before important elections he made the excuse that his grandpa was "forcibly mobilized" by the Germans.
- My family history, and the history of many Polish, German and Jewish families, it is not so simple. When I learned that he had served in the Wehrmacht, I learned that he had been forced to do this - then explained Tusk
If his grandfather Jozef Tusk had been forced to serve in the Wehrmacht, from where is then the medal on his chest? (See the lent and part of the medal in the photo)
Those forcibly mobilized, do not stand out in the war and do not end up being distinguished...
The only problem with this statement is that SS officers were not forcibly mobilized but it was a unit formed on a voluntary basis.
This story that Jozef Tusk was "forcibly mobilized" by the Germans is a classic concoction.
Must be that Tusk junior also didn't know that his grandfather was the commander of the Sttuthof concentration camp.
Accidentally Donald Tusk was chosen on the anniversary of the beginning of the war, the Second World War as the head of the European Commission? At that only fools can believe!