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Erich Raeder, Wilhelm Keitel, Erhard Milch, Heinrich Himmler, Friedrich Fromm, and Georg-Hans Reinhardt during Memorial Day ceremony, Berlin, Germany, 14 Mar 1942 (German Federal Archive)
Generaloberst Friedrich Fromm was the officer commanding the Reserve Army, responsible for training and replacement of casualties at the time of the July 20, 1944 assassination plot against Hitler. Fromm was aware that some of his subordinates were conspiring but he kept quiet. When the plot failed, Fromm immediately had certain conspirators executed against the express orders from Hitler fearing that he could be implicated if any of the plotters lived. Fromm did not escape, however, and he…
Friedrich Fromm, is shot by a firing squad for his part in the July plot to assassinate the Fuhrer.
Wilhelm Frick, Philipp Bouhler, Friedrich Fromm, Joseph Goebbels, Erich Raeder, and Erhard Milch at Field Marshal Reichenau's funeral procession, 23 Jan 1942
Generaloberst Friedrich Fromm,
1944-Friedrich Fromm (shaking hands with Hitler), and Claus Graf Von Stauffenberg greet Hitler before the assassination attempt.
✠ Friedrich Fromm (8 October 1888 – 12 March 1945) He was shot by a firing squad. RK 06.07.1940 General der Artillerie Chef der Heeresrüstung und Befh. des Ersatzheeres [Chef HRüst u. BdE]
Stauffenberg (left) with Hitler at the Wolfsschanze, Rastenburg, five days before the assassination attempt. Also in the picture with his back is Friedrich Fromm, the commander in chief of the Reserve Army.