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  Achtung Panzer! - Heinz Guderian!
In 1956, Heinz Günther became Lieutenant Colonel in the Bundeswehr and in 1958, Commanding Officer of the Panzer Battalion.
In 1946, Guderian was imprisoned in Allendorf and Neustadt (Hessen) but in 1948, he was released.
Heinz Guderian knew all that, because he was the creator and the German Panzerwaffe wash is creation.
www.achtungpanzer.com /gen2.htm   (3281 words)

  
  B. H. Liddell Hart, Heinz Guderian, Kenneth MacKsey, Constatine Fitzgibbon, General Heinz Guderian - Panzer Leader - ...
Heinz Guderian was central to the development of Germany's mobile forces and was at the spearhead of the early Blitzkrieg campaigns.
Guderian's desire to be given a free hand to drive deep and fast into the enemy after the breakthrough at Sedan in France in 1940 is constantly hampered by the timidity and nervousness of the high command at the speed of his advance.
Guderian expresses little regret or remorse for his part in the Second World War and there is predictably a strict bias in favour of his homeland, which is undiminished by time or any post-war realisation of the diabolical nature of Hitler and the Nazi regime.
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 Heinz Guderian
Heinz Guderian, the son of an army officer, was born in Kulm, Germany, on 17th June, 1888.
Guderian was appointed commander of a motorized battalion in 1930.
Guderian was unable to repeat earlier successes and, in July 1943, lost one of the largest tank battles in history at Kursk.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/guderian.html   (803 words)

  
 Heinz Guderian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heinz Guderian (in the middle) with a Soviet kombrig receiving a parade in Brześć (Brest), during the Poland Campaign
Guderian's own view on he matter was that he was victimised by Kluge and at some point abused Kluge with accusations related to his dismissal to the point of provoking Kluge into challenging him to a duel, which Hitler fortunately forbade.
Guderian surrendered to American troops on May 10, 1945, and remained in U.S. custody as a prisoner of war until his release in 1948.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Heinz_Guderian   (1023 words)

  
 ::Heinz Guderian::
Heinz Guderian is considered to be the father of Blitzkrieg — the method of attacking that took all nations by surprise up to 1941 in World War Two.
Heinz Guderian’s mode of fighting had a devastating impact on Poland and in the west of Europe leading up to the Allies withdrawal at Dunkirk.
Heinz Guderian was born in 1888 at Kulm.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /heinz_guderian.htm   (534 words)

  
 Cloggie :: Booklog :: Achtung - Panzer!
Guderian starts by analysing why in 1914 the German offensive bogged down in positional or trench warfare and how once trenches were in place, the infantry was nearly powerless to break through.
Guderian both looks at the development of the tanks themselves as well as the tactics the allies came up with as to their deployment.
Guderian after all had to state his case clearly, had to show exactly how he came to this conclusions to be able to convince his readers.
www.cloggie.org /books/guderian.html   (646 words)

  
 Heinz Guderian : Nazi Germany
Heinz Guderian, the son of an army officer, was born in Kulm, Germany, on 17th June, 1888.
Guderian was shocked by the stout resistance of the Red Army and as the severe Russian winter set in he made a limited withdrawal to better defensive ground.
Guderian was unable to repeat earlier successes and in July 1943 lost one of the largest tank battles in history at Kursk.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /GERguderian.htm   (2292 words)

  
 Heinz Guderian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Heinz Guderian was born on June 17th of 1888 in Culm (at that time belonging to Germany, West-Prussia, now Poland, Chelmno) near the river Weichsel (Vistula / Wisla), south of Gdansk (Danzig).
Guderian, who had at that time a very good relationship with Hitler, was made the Commander of the 2nd Panzer Division and shortly after was promoted to Major-General (Generalmajor).
When Heinz Guderian was a boy and a young man at the Kadetten-Anstalt, he was described as 'always serious' or 'very serious' by his teachers.
www.worldwar.nl /persons/Guderian/heinz_guderian.htm   (2384 words)

  
 Guderian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Heinz Guderian was born on June 17th of 1888 in Culm (West Prussia, now Poland, Chelmno) on the Vistula River), south of Danzig(Gdansk).
In 1911, Heinz fell in love with Margarete Görne, but his father thought that his son was too you and sent Heinz for special instruction to Telegraphen-Battalion Nr.
One area in which Guderian's influence proved to be of considerable importance was communications; the key to command and control.
www.geocities.com /torpanau/Guderian.htm   (604 words)

  
 guderian
Heinz Guderian was born in 1888 at Chulm, on the Vistula, in Poland.
Guderian's dash, technical skill and wholehearted belief in the massed use of armor was given ample opportunity to prove itself in the Polish and French campaigns.
Guderian noted: 'up to this point we have had tank superiority, but this is no longer the case!' He urgently requested that a commission be sent to study the T-34 and incorporate its features into future German designs.
www.theeasternfront.co.uk /Commanders/german/guderian.htm   (2785 words)

  
 Heinz Guderian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Heinz Guderian, the German leader in tank operations and implementer of “blitzkrieg”-type warfare delivered early lightning-strike victories in France and Russia to Adolf Hitler.
Guderian began World War I commanding a wireless station assigned to the Fifth Cavalry Division and the progressed through staff levels to join the general staff in 1918.
Guderian was poised to destroy the remaining French and English troops at Dunkirk when Hitler ordered him to turn his attack southward instead.
www.carpenoctem.tv /military/guderian.html   (1051 words)

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