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Field Marshal Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter von Leeb was not among Hitler's favorites. Before the Battle of France, von Leeb was the only German general to oppose the offensive through the (neutral) low countries on moral grounds. For Barbarossa, von Leeb was given command of Army Group North but in Jan 1942 he was relieved of command upon his own request. He was never recalled to duty after that. He died in 1956.

Field Marshal Wilhelm Josef Franz Ritter von Leeb was not among Hitler's favorites. Before the Battle of France, von Leeb was the only German general to oppose the offensive through the (neutral) low countries on moral grounds. For Barbarossa, von Leeb was given command of Army Group North but in Jan 1942 he was relieved of command upon his own request. He was never recalled to duty after that. He died in 1956.

Heydrich and his wife Lina attending a concert in Waldstein Palace in Prague, 26 May 1942, the day before the assassination attempt that led to his death on 4 June 1942

Heydrich and his wife Lina attending a concert in Waldstein Palace in Prague, 26 May 1942, the day before the assassination attempt that led to his death on 4 June 1942

Wilfried Richter received Knights Cross for actions in Demjansk pocket. He was a Sturmbannfuhrer in the 3rd Waffen SS Totenkopf at Demjansk.

Wilfried Richter received Knights Cross for actions in Demjansk pocket. He was a Sturmbannfuhrer in the 3rd Waffen SS Totenkopf at Demjansk.

German medics of the 260th Infantry Division, Army Group Center (Heeresgruppe Mitte), assist wounded Soviet POWs during Operation Barbarossa.

German medics of the 260th Infantry Division, Army Group Center (Heeresgruppe Mitte), assist wounded Soviet POWs during Operation Barbarossa.

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Field Marshal Albert Kesselring with Oberst (Colonel) Ferdinand Hippel in August 1944. Kesselring, in charge of the defense in Italy, succeeded in delaying Allied forces for months through a combination of attack and fortification.

Field Marshal Albert Kesselring with Oberst (Colonel) Ferdinand Hippel in August 1944. Kesselring, in charge of the defense in Italy, succeeded in delaying Allied forces for months through a combination of attack and fortification.

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