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Adolf Hitler at Memorial Day celebration with Wilhelm Keitel, Walther von Brauchitsch, Erich Raeder, and Hermann Göring (behind Hitler), Berlin, Germany, 10 Mar 1940

Adolf Hitler at Memorial Day celebration with Wilhelm Keitel, Walther von Brauchitsch, Erich Raeder, and Hermann Göring (behind Hitler), Berlin, Germany, 10 Mar 1940

A case of not judging a book by the cover. This German military hero and Hussar of the old school order. On 4 February 1940, Mackensen wrote to Field Marshal Walther von Brauchitsch about the the crimes of the Nazis in the field where politics had no place and their negative effect on the cause and the morale of the military. And then he resigned as the highest ranking officer, aged 90.

A case of not judging a book by the cover. This German military hero and Hussar of the old school order. On 4 February 1940, Mackensen wrote to Field Marshal Walther von Brauchitsch about the the crimes of the Nazis in the field where politics had no place and their negative effect on the cause and the morale of the military. And then he resigned as the highest ranking officer, aged 90.

This photo shows some of the most powerful men of Germany. From left to right: Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel, Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring, Großadmiral Karl Dönitz, Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler and Reichsminister Martin Bormann.:

This photo shows some of the most powerful men of Germany. From left to right: Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel, Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring, Großadmiral Karl Dönitz, Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler and Reichsminister Martin Bormann.:

Luftwaffe baton of Generalfeldmarschall Hermann Goering, at the West Point Museum.

Luftwaffe baton of Generalfeldmarschall Hermann Goering, at the West Point Museum.

Second model of the diamond encrusted Baton of the Luftwaffe of awarded by Adolf Hitler to Generalfeldmarschall Hermann Goering now at the West Point Museum.

Second model of the diamond encrusted Baton of the Luftwaffe of awarded by Adolf Hitler to Generalfeldmarschall Hermann Goering now at the West Point Museum.

WWII. Generalfeldmarschall Albert Kesselring (Marschall-Stab), Generalleutnant Wilhelm Speidel, Luftflotte 2 & Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring.

WWII. Generalfeldmarschall Albert Kesselring (Marschall-Stab), Generalleutnant Wilhelm Speidel, Luftflotte 2 & Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring.

Heldengedenktag 1940 in Berlin. Der Führer schreitet vor der Kranzniederlegung im Ehrenmal die Front des Ehrenbataillons der Wehrmacht ab. Hinter ihm von links: Generaloberst Keitel, Generaloberst v. Brauchitsch, Grossadmiral Raeder und Generalfeldmarschall Göring (verdeckt), hinter Generaloberst Keitel General der Infantrie Reinhardt.

Heldengedenktag 1940 in Berlin. Der Führer schreitet vor der Kranzniederlegung im Ehrenmal die Front des Ehrenbataillons der Wehrmacht ab. Hinter ihm von links: Generaloberst Keitel, Generaloberst v. Brauchitsch, Grossadmiral Raeder und Generalfeldmarschall Göring (verdeckt), hinter Generaloberst Keitel General der Infantrie Reinhardt.

Generalfeldmarschall Hermann Goering with his Baton of the Luftwaffe.

Generalfeldmarschall Hermann Goering with his Baton of the Luftwaffe.

From left to right: Generaloberst Alfred Keller (Chef Luftflotte 1 und Luftwaffenbefehlshaber Mitte), Generaloberst Hans Jeschonnek (Chef des Generalstabes der Luftwaffe), Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring (Oberbefehlshaber der Luftwaffe), Generaloberst Alexander Löhr (Chef Luftflotte 4), and Generalfeldmarschall Albert Kesselring (blocked by Löhr, Chef Luftflotte 2).

From left to right: Generaloberst Alfred Keller (Chef Luftflotte 1 und Luftwaffenbefehlshaber Mitte), Generaloberst Hans Jeschonnek (Chef des Generalstabes der Luftwaffe), Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring (Oberbefehlshaber der Luftwaffe), Generaloberst Alexander Löhr (Chef Luftflotte 4), and Generalfeldmarschall Albert Kesselring (blocked by Löhr, Chef Luftflotte 2).

On 26 April 1945, a Storch was one of the last aircraft to land on the improvised airstrip in the Tiergarten near the Brandenburg Gate during the Battle of Berlin and the death throes of the Third Reich. It was flown by the test pilot Hanna Reitsch, who flew Generalfeldmarschall Robert Ritter von Greim from Munich to Berlin to answer a summons from Hitler. Once in Berlin von Greim was informed that he was to take over command of the Luftwaffe from Hermann Göring

On 26 April 1945, a Storch was one of the last aircraft to land on the improvised airstrip in the Tiergarten near the Brandenburg Gate during the Battle of Berlin and the death throes of the Third Reich. It was flown by the test pilot Hanna Reitsch, who flew Generalfeldmarschall Robert Ritter von Greim from Munich to Berlin to answer a summons from Hitler. Once in Berlin von Greim was informed that he was to take over command of the Luftwaffe from Hermann Göring

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