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  Gerd von Rundstedt
Gerd von Rundstedt, the son of a military officer, was born in Aschersleben, Germany, on December 12, 1875.
Rundstedt was unhappy with the growing power of Adolf Hitler over the army and resigned from office on October 31, 1938.
Gerd von Rundstedt was released in July 1948, and lived in Hanover until his death on February 24, 1953.
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  Gerd von Rundstedt
After the war Rundstedt rose steadily in the small 100,000 man army and in 1932 was appointed commander of the 3rd Infantry Division.
In September 1939 World War II began, and von Rundstedt was recalled to lead Army Group South[?] during the successful invasion of Poland.
When the invasion was called off, von Rundstedt took control of occupation forces and was given responsibility to develop the coastal defences in the Netherlands, Belgium and France.
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 Gerd von Rundstedt - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
After the war, von Rundstedt rose steadily in the small 100,000 man army and in 1932, was appointed commander of the 3rd Infantry Division.
General von Rundstedt had doubts about the survivability of these units without infantry support, and asked for a pause while the infantry caught up; the halt allowed the British to evacuate their forces to Dunkirk.
In November, von Rundstedt had a heart attack, but he refused to be hospitalized and continued the advance, reaching Rostov on November 21.
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 Gerd von Rundstedt : Nazi Germany
Rundstedt was unhappy with the growing power of Adolf Hitler over the army and resigned from office on 31st October 1938.
Rundstedt was promoted to field marshal on 19th July 1940 and took part in the planning of Operation Sealion.
Gerd von Rundstedt was released in July 1948 and lived in Hanover until his death on 24th February 1953.
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  Gerd von Rundstedt
After the war Rundstedt rose steadily in the small 100,000 man army and in 1932 was appointed commander of the 3rd Infantry Division.
In September 1939 World War II began, and von Rundstedt was recalled to lead Army Group South during the successful invasion of Poland.
When the invasion was called off, von Rundstedt took control of occupation forces and was given responsibility to develop the coastal defences in the Netherlands, Belgium and France.
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 Gerd von Rundstedt Summary
Gerd von Rundstedt was born on Dec. 12, 1875, in Aschersleben near Magdeburg.
General von Rundstedt had doubts about the survivability of these units without infantry support, and asked for a pause while they caught up; this has given rise to the misconception that the halt that allowed the British to evacuate the Continent at Dunkirk was of Rundstedt's making.
Von Rundstedt was promoted to Field Marshal on July 19, 1940 and took part in the planning of Operation Sealion.
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 German Leader:  Rommel
Gerd von Rundstedt was born on December 12, 1875 at Aschersleben, a small town on the eastern edge of the Harz Mountains.
In 1893, Rundstedt became an officer in the army and during World War I he became chief of staff of an army corps and an assistant in the reorganization of the Turkish general staff.
Rundstedt's plan to hold the reserves back and then launch a massive stroke, was greatly praised by many generals, and many thought it would have been very beneficial had it been executed.
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 GERD VON RUNDSTEDT   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Karl Rudolf Gerd von Rundstedt (12 décembre 1875 - 24 février 1953) fut un militaire.
Von Rundstedt avait des doutes sur la survivabilité de ces unités sans support d’infanterie, et demanda une pause pour qu'elles les rattrapent.
Von Rundstedt fut promu maréchal le 19 juillet 1940 et prit part à la planification de l’opération Sealion.
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 German Leader:  Rommel
Gerd von Rundstedt was born on December 12, 1875 at Aschersleben, a small town on the eastern edge of the Harz Mountains.
In 1893, Rundstedt became an officer in the army and during World War I he became chief of staff of an army corps and an assistant in the reorganization of the Turkish general staff.
Rundstedt's plan to hold the reserves back and then launch a massive stroke, was greatly praised by many generals, and many thought it would have been very beneficial had it been executed.
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 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
General von Rundstedt had doubts about the survivability of these units without infantry support, and asked for a pause while the infantry caught up; the halt allowed the British to evacuate their forces to Dunkirk.
von Rundstedt and others subsequently argued that the decision was Hitler's and stemmed from his belief that Britain would more readily accept a peace treaty if he magnanimously spared what remained of her expeditionary force.
In November, von Rundstedt had a heart attack, but he refused to be hospitalized and continued the advance, reaching Rostov on November 21.
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 Von Rundstedt
Gerd vond Rundstedt, the son of a military officer, was born in Aschersleben, Germany, on 12th December 1875.
Rundstedt was unhappy with the growing power of Adolf Hitler over the army and resigned from office on 31st October 1938.
Gerd vond Rundstedt was released in July 1948 and lived in Hanover until his death on 24th February 1953.
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 Strategy: German Strategy
Karl Rudolf Gerd von Rundstedt was born December 12, 1875 in Aschersleben, Prussia.
Gerd von Rundstedt commanded the German southern wing during the invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941.
Although Gerd von Rundstedt was nominally the commander in chief in the West, he had no direct control over the anti-aircraft units and parachute troops.
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 WW2DB: Gerd von Rundstedt
Gerd von Rundstedt was born into a Prussian aristocratic family in Aschersleben, Germany.
On 19 Jul 1940, Rundstedt was promoted to Field Marshal, and was a part of the planning for Operation Sealion and later the planning for Holland, Belgium, and France's coast defenses.
Rundstedt was sent to France in Mar 1942 to defend the Atlantic coast.
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 Finance Choices - Personal Finance Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At first his progress was slow, but in September AG South captured Kiev in a double encirclement operation made possible by Stalin's unreasoning refusal to abandon it, even though the Dnieper had been crossed both north and south of it.
Rommel was able to have his way because von Rundstedt's authority had all but evaporated as a result of his inactivity since his appointment.
As a result of the July 20 Plot, which outraged von Rundstedt, he agreed to join Guderian and Wilhelm Keitel on the Army Court of Honour that expelled hundreds of officers suspected of being opposed to Hitler, often on the flimsiest of evidence.
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 German WW2 Army Generals- Gerd von Rundstedt
In September 1939 World War II began, and von Rundstedt was recalled to lead Army Group South during the successful invasion of Poland.
von Rundstedt was promoted to Field Marshal on July 19, 1940 and took part in the planning of Operation Sealion.
When the invasion was called off, von Rundstedt took control of occupation forces and was given responsibility to develop the coastal defences in the Netherlands, Belgium and France.
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 Gerd von Rundstedt information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Born in Aschersleben, in today's Land of Saxony-Anhalt, into an aristocratic Prussian family, von Rundstedt joined the Army in 1893, then entered Germany's elite military academy in 1902 – an institution that accepted only 160 new students annually and weeded out 75% of the students through exams.
General von Rundstedt had doubts about the survivability of these units without infantry support, and asked for a pause while they caught up; this has given rise to the misconception that the halt that allowed the British to evacuate the Continent at Dunkirk was of Rundstedt's making.
In mid August von Kluge's front collapsed, and von Rundstedt was once again placed in command in the west.
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 Science Fair Projects - Gerd von Rundstedt
Von Rundstedt was promoted to Field Marshal on July 19, 1940 and took part in the planning of Operation Sealion.
Hitler responded by replacing him with General Günther von Kluge.
Günther Blumentritt, Von Rundstedt: The Man and the Soldier (1952)
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 Gerd von Rundstedt, el viejo general   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Gerd von Rundstedt fue uno de los generales del Reich a quien el Alto Mando confiara las más variadas y vitales misiones.
Von Rundstedt hizo gala en todo momento de poseer una ponderable facultad de adaptación a toda clase de escenarios guerreros, aunque su fuerte se manifestara más ostensiblemente en las vastas llanuras, propias para los grandes movimientos, donde los obstáculos del terreno no existían.
Von Rundstedt creía en sus soldados, y los soldados creían en él; pero jamás pudo contar con el apoyo necesario en quienes debían concedérsele.
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 www.harz-saale.de - Generalfeldmarschall Gerd von Rundstedt
Gerd von Rundstedt erhielt den Oberbefehl über die Westfront, wiederum mit von Manstein als Stabschef und von Kleist als Panzergeneral.
März 1942 wurde von Rundstedt durch Hitler wiederum zum Oberbefehlshaber West ernannt, als Ersatz für den vorerst aus gesundheitlichen Gründen suspendierten Erwin von Witzleben (siehe Anmerkung 7).
Gerd von Rundstedt war einer der wenigen hohen deutschen Generäle, der sich nicht vor dem Nürnberger Kriegsverbrechertribunal verantworten musste.
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 Battle of the Bulge at AllExperts
With the Allies regrouping for supplies, Gerd von Rundstedt was able to reorganize the disrupted German armies into a coherent defence.
Overseeing the operation were Field Marshals Walther Model, the commander of the German Army Group B, and Gerd von Rundstedt, the overall commander of German troops in the West.
Von der Heydte and his men were to take it and hold it for approximately twenty-four hours until being relieved by the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, thereby hampering the Allied flow of reinforcements and supplies into the area.
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 Biographie: Gerd von Rundstedt, 1875-1953
November: Rundstedt wird aus der Wehrmacht verabschiedet, weil er gegen den Zeitpunkt des deutschen Einmarsches protestiert.
Rundstedt gehört zu den ältesten aktiven Offizieren auf deutscher Seite.
Oktober: Über Wilhelm Keitel fordert Rundstedt Hitler auf, den Krieg zu beenden.
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