Records of United States Army, Europe. 1942 - 1991. English Language Supplements to European Theater Historical Interrogation (ETHINT) Reports Conducted as a Component of U.S. Army Europe Foreign Military Studies
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Heinz Wilhelm Guderian (b. June 17, 1888, West Prussia-d. May 14, 1954, Bavaria), General of the German Army and military theorist, served in both World Wars and was the author of Achtung-Panzer! which influenced the development of the core of the German Army's power during World War II. He was a commander in the invasions of Poland, France, and the Soviet Union and held posts including Panzer Corps commander, Panzer Army commander, Inspector-General of Armoured Troops, and Chief of Staff of the...
General, German army, during World War II. From the description of Walter Warlimont writings, undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867935 ...
Reichsmarschall of Germany, 1940-1945. From the description of Hermann Göring interrogation transcript, 1946. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866992 Göring was born in Prussia in 1893. Attended School of Cadets and in 1912 served with 4. Baden Infantry Regiment and the Prince Wilhelm no. 112 Regiment (1913-14). Became a flight observer with Reconnaissance Flight Detachment 25 (1914-15). Was trained as a pilot, wounded in battle of Somme (1916) and reassigned to a Pursuit...
Karl Doenitz was Grand Admiral in the Third Reich. From the description of Instrument of surrender document, May 7, 1945. (Naval War College). WorldCat record id: 742022067 Admiral, German navy. From the description of Karl Dönitz writings, 1945-1946. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754870735 ...