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Im Hauptquartier von Rommel. Lagebesprechung vor dem Angriff auf Tobruk. Ganz rechts der Kommandierende General des “Afrikakorps“, Generalleutnant Nehring, links Oberstleutnant Bayerlein. April 1942.

Im Hauptquartier von Rommel. Lagebesprechung vor dem Angriff auf Tobruk. Ganz rechts der Kommandierende General des "Afrikakorps", Generalleutnant Nehring, links Oberstleutnant Bayerlein. April 1942 [Herausgabedatum]

plakat Deutsches Turnfest 1938, Brück,J.G.K. Das Erinnerungsbuch vom Deutschen Turn- und Sportfest, Breslau 1938. Ein Bekenntnis zu Führer, Volk un...

plakat Deutsches Turnfest Brück,J.G.K. Das Erinnerungsbuch vom Deutschen Turn- und Sportfest, Breslau Ein Bekenntnis zu Führer, Volk un...

Nordafrika. Generaloberst Erwin Rommel mit Generalmajor Georg von Bismarck. Schützenpanzer Sd.Kfz. 250.3 Greif. 25.06.1942. by GLORY. The largest archive of german WWII images, via Flickr

Nordafrika. Generaloberst Erwin Rommel mit Generalmajor Georg von Bismarck. Schützenpanzer Sd.Kfz. 'Greif'.

14 Oct 44: Field Marshall Erwin Rommel is forced to commit suicide after he is loosely implicated in the 20th July Bomb Plot against Hitler. That, and Rommel's "defeatist" attitude of late, was enough to warrant Hitler's wrath. The problem for Hitler was how to eliminate Germany's most popular general without revealing to the German people that he had ordered his death. His simple solution: Rommel had succumbed to wounds received in battle.

14 Oct 44: Field Marshall Erwin Rommel is forced to commit suicide after he is loosely implicated in the 20th July Bomb Plot against Hitler. That, and Rommel's "defeatist" attitude of late, was enough to warrant Hitler's wrath. The problem for Hitler was how to eliminate Germany's most popular general without revealing to the German people that he had ordered his death. His simple solution: Rommel had succumbed to wounds received in battle.

Field Marshal, Erwin Rommel, standing beside members of his Afrika Korps, N. Africa. Date taken: 1942. Photographer: Heinrich Hoffmann.

Field Marshal, Erwin Rommel, standing beside members of his Afrika Korps, N. Africa. Date taken: 1942. Photographer: Heinrich Hoffmann.

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