Wilhelm von Leeb, Prince Philipp, and others at a Nazi state function in Kassel, Germany, 1933

[Photo] Wilhelm von Leeb, Prince Philipp, and others at a Nazi state function in Kassel, Germany, 1933

Wilhelm von Leeb, Prince Philipp, and others at a Nazi state function in Kassel, Germany, 1933

Wilhelm von Leeb and Georg von Küchler speaking with subordinate officers in the Soviet Union, Sep 1941

[Photo] Wilhelm von Leeb and Georg von Küchler speaking with subordinate officers in the Soviet Union, Sep 1941

Wilhelm von Leeb and Georg von Küchler speaking with subordinate officers in the Soviet Union, Sep 1941

1941, Union Soviétique, Wjasmo, Le "Generalfeldmarschall" Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb (2ème à gauche), le "Generaloberst" Erich Hoepner (3e à gauche) et d'autres officiers consultent une carte

Field Marshall von Leeb and General Erich Hoepner, Army Group North Soviet Union September

Generalfeldmarschall  Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter von Leeb (05 September 1876 - 29 April 1956), commander Heeresgruppe C 1938-41, Heeresgruppe Nord 1941-42. Knight's Cross on 24 June 1940. On 16 January 1942 after the defeat at Leningrad was relieved of command. Leeb was tried by the American military tribunal in Nuremberg in the High Command Trial, was found guilty on one of four charges, crimes against humanity, and sentenced to time served. Wilhelm von Leeb died of a heart attack in 1956.

Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter von Leeb (05 September 1876 - 29 April 1956), commander Heeresgruppe C 1938-41, Heeresgruppe Nord 1941-42. Knight's Cross on 24 June 1940. On 16 January 1942 after the defeat at Leningrad was relieved of command. Leeb was tried by the American military tribunal in Nuremberg in the High Command Trial, was found guilty on one of four charges, crimes against humanity, and sentenced to time served. Wilhelm von Leeb died of a heart attack in 1956.

General der Artillerie Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb

General der Artillerie Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb

Wehrmacht Field Marshal Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb - Army group C ( 1940 defeat of France ) - Army Group North ( Operation Barbarossa the invasion of the East ) / An old-school German general, Leeb did not take well to having his command managed from afar by Hitler,In January 1942, Leeb asked Hitler to relieve him of his command, and Hitler complied. It was officially announced that Leeb had stepped down due to illness,Colonel-General Georg von Küchler assumed command of Army Group North, and…

Wehrmacht Field Marshal Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb - Army group C ( 1940 defeat of France ) - Army Group North ( Operation Barbarossa the invasion of the East ) / An old-school German general, Leeb did not take well to having his command managed from afar by Hitler,In January 1942, Leeb asked Hitler to relieve him of his command, and Hitler complied. It was officially announced that Leeb had stepped down due to illness,Colonel-General Georg von Küchler assumed command of Army Group North, and…

Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter von Leeb (5 September 1876 – 29 April 1956) was a German field marshal of the Second World War, during which his younger brother, Emil Leeb, rose to the rank of General der Artillerie. In 1940, after the Fall of France, Leeb was promoted to field marshal during the 1940 Field Marshal Ceremony

Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter von Leeb (5 September 1876 – 29 April 1956) was a German field marshal of the Second World War, during which his younger brother, Emil Leeb, rose to the rank of General der Artillerie. In 1940, after the Fall of France, Leeb was promoted to field marshal during the 1940 Field Marshal Ceremony

Peenemünde, Dornberger, Olbricht, Leeb, v. Braun. This Day in WWII History: Mar 27, 1945: Germans launch last of their V-2s

Walter Dornberger, Friedrich Olbricht, Wilhelm von Leeb, and von Braun at Peenemünde,

German observation position with two generals.Periscope binoculars in foreground. 	October 1941

German observation position with two generals.Periscope binoculars in foreground. October 1941

Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter[1] von Leeb (5 September 1876 – 29 April 1956) was a German Field Marshal during World War II. His younger brother, Emil Leeb, rose to the rank of General der Artillerie during WWII

Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter[1] von Leeb (5 September 1876 – 29 April 1956) was a German Field Marshal during World War II. His younger brother, Emil Leeb, rose to the rank of General der Artillerie during WWII

Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb commanded Army Group C, which consisted of the 6th Army and in Operation Sealion was to land between Lyme Regis and Weymouth.

Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb commanded Army Group C, which consisted of the 6th Army and in Operation Sealion was to land between Lyme Regis and Weymouth.

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