Walter von Reichenau was a German Field Marshall. He commanded the 10th Army during the invasion of Poland. In 1940 he led the 6th Army during the invasion of Belgium and France. He was an anti-Semite who ordered; In this eastern theatre, the soldier is not only a man fighting in accordance with the rules of the art of war...For this reason the soldier must learn fully to appreciate the necessity for the severe but just retribution that must be meted out to the subhuman species of Jewry.

Walter von Reichenau was a German Field Marshall. He commanded the Army during the invasion of Poland. In 1940 he led the Army during the invasion of Belgium and France. He died unexpectedly of a heart attack during the invasion of the USSR.

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USSR, Zhytomyr: Adolf Hitler and Gen Walter von Reichenau at the headquarters of  6.Army (the same that was destroyed at Stalingrad). Reichenau, and ardent Nazi, suffered a severe stroke due to cold in Jan 1942. He was being transferred to Berlin by plane when he was killed after the plane made a forced landing at Poltava, Ukraine. In 1944, Hitler awarded his family a land endowment worth one million Reichsmarks.

AUG 20 1941 Massacre of the children of Byelaya Tserkov Field Marshal von Reichenau with Hitler in Russia during Barbarossa.

✠ Walther von Reichenau (8 October 1884 – 17 January 1942) suffered a heart attack, and was placed on a plane for hospitalization in Leipzig, Germany. He died when his plane crashed during landing. RK 30.09.1939 Generaloberst OB 10. Armee

✠ Walther von Reichenau October 1884 – 17 January suffered a heart attack, and was placed on a plane for hospitalization in Leipzig, Germany. He died when his plane crashed during landing.

■ Generalfeldmarschall Walter von Reichenau

✠ Walther von Reichenau October 1884 – 17 January suffered a heart attack, and was placed on a plane for hospitalization in Leipzig, Germany. He died when his plane crashed during landing.

victory parade in Warsaw : after his arrival in Warsaw Adolf Hitler is greeting generals at the airport; from left: Cononel-General Johannes Blaskowitz and Walter von Reichenau - 1939 - Photographer: Presse-Illustrationen Heinrich Hoffmann - Published by: 'Berliner Morgenpost'

victory parade in Warsaw : after his arrival in Warsaw Adolf Hitler is greeting generals at the airport; from left: Cononel-General Johannes Blaskowitz and Walter von Reichenau - 1939 - Photographer: Presse-Illustrationen Heinrich Hoffmann - Published by: 'Berliner Morgenpost'

Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel, and Walter von Reichenau in Poland, Sep 1939

[Photo] Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel, and Walter von Reichenau in Poland, Sep 1939

[Photo] Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel, and Walter von Reichenau in…

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Generalfeldmarschall Walter von Reichenau, Rus Jul '41

Reichenau In Russia, July being the commander of Army, Army Group South.

✠ Walther von Reichenau (8 October 1884 – 17 January 1942) suffered a heart attack, and was placed on a plane for hospitalization in Leipzig, Germany. He died when his plane crashed during landing. RK 30.09.1939 Generaloberst OB 10. Armee

✠ Walther von Reichenau October 1884 – 17 January suffered a heart attack, and was placed on a plane for hospitalization in Leipzig, Germany. He died when his plane crashed during landing.

Walter von Reichenau Begräbnis(Funeral)

Walter von Reichenau Begräbnis(Funeral)

Walter von Reichenau, Severity Order. Jews were  to be treated as de facto partisans, and were to be shot or handed  to the Einsatzgruppen execution squads Upon hearing of the Severity Order,  Gerd von Rundstedt expressed "complete agreement" with it, and sent out a circular to all of the Army generals under his command urging them to send out their own versions of the Severity Order, which would impress upon the troops the need to exterminate Jews.

Walter von Reichenau, Severity Order. Jews were to be treated as de facto partisans, and were to be shot or handed to the Einsatzgruppen execution squads Upon hearing of the Severity Order, Gerd von Rundstedt expressed "complete agreement" with it, and sent out a circular to all of the Army generals under his command urging them to send out their own versions of the Severity Order, which would impress upon the troops the need to exterminate Jews.

Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel and Walter von Reichenau during invasion of Poland. 1939

Bormann, Hitler, Rommel and von Reichenau, Poland September

Walther von Brauchitsch, Ewald von Kleist and Walter von Reichenau, 1941 - Stock Photo

Stock Photo - Dedication of the Sprottenbruch (sprats breakage) village Hierlshagen, 1937

Commander of the 6th German Army, Field-Marshal General Walter von Reichenau (8.10.1884-17.01., 1942) stands near his staff car. Behind him is the commander of the 297th Infantry Division, artillery general Max Pfeffer (12.06.1883-31.12.1955). There is a version according to which, according to the officer of the General Staff of the Wehrmacht Paul Jordan, when in the first months of the war, during the offensive, the 6th Army encountered the T-34 tanks, after a personal inspection of one of…

The commander of the German Army, General Field Marshal Walter von Reichenau stands near his staff car

Von Richthofen flew in the Fi 156 Storch during the campaign, to see the battlefield for himself. Von Richthofen commanded Fliegerführer z.b.V. during the Invasion of Poland, which began on 1 September 1939, starting the war in Europe. The operational goal of Fliegerführer z.b.V., was to support the German Tenth Army, under the command of anglophile Walter von Reichenau, who von Richthofen met shortly before the campaign.

Von Richthofen flew in the Fi 156 Storch during the campaign, to see the battlefield for himself. Von Richthofen commanded Fliegerführer z.b.V. during the Invasion of Poland, which began on 1 September 1939, starting the war in Europe. The operational goal of Fliegerführer z.b.V., was to support the German Tenth Army, under the command of anglophile Walter von Reichenau, who von Richthofen met shortly before the campaign.

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