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  Erich von Manstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In this post, von Manstein brought about one of the greatest victories in modern warfare when, despite the numerical and material superiority of the Soviets, he was able to halt the Red Army’s offensive fresh from the victory at Stalingrad and went on to capture the city of Kharkov with his own successful counteroffensive.
Manstein was born Fritz Erich von Lewinski in Berlin, the tenth child of a Prussian aristocrat, artillery general Eduard von Lewinski (1829 - 1906), and Helene von Sperling (1847 - 1910).
While Paget got von Manstein acquitted of many of the seventeen charges, he was still found guilty of two charges and accountable for seven others, mainly for employing scorched earth tactics and for failing to protect the civilian population, and was sentenced on December 19, 1949, to 18 years imprisonment.
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 Battle of Kursk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In February and March 1943 German Field Marshal Erich von Manstein had completed an offensive during the Third Battle of Kharkov, leaving the front line running roughly from Leningrad in the north to Rostov in the south.
The OKH did not approve von Manstein's plan, and instead turned their attention to the obvious bulge in the lines between Orel and Kharkov.
Manstein believed the outcome of the offensive phase of Kursk to be much more grey than fl and white.
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 Achtung Panzer! - Erich von Manstein!
Erich von Lewinski was born on November 24th of 1887 in Berlin and was the tenth child of West Prussian aristocrat and an artillery general - Eduard von Lewinski.
In 1915, von Manstein was promoted to the rank of Captain and remained as staff officer until the end of the war in 1918.
In late January of 1945, von Manstein collected his family members from their homes in Liegnitz (Legnica) and evacuated them to Celle in West Germany.In May of 1945, Erich von Manstein was arrested by the British and taken to POW camp in Luneberg and later to Nüremburg.
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 Erich von Manstein
In August 1942, Hitler assigns Manstein to Army Group North in a renewed bid to capture the city of Leningrad.
Manstein's tragedy is that he is trying wage war to secure the best possible outcome for Germany but must bow to a maddened tyrant who harbors a death wish for Germany.
But Manstein did not allow the order to be passed on without his addendum which stated: "severe steps will be taken against arbitrary action and self-interest, against savagery and indiscipline, against any violation of the honor of the soldier." (ibid.).
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/Manstein.html   (772 words)

  
 The Session: Shop - Product info
Manstein was by any judgment a first rate staff officer, who excelled with troops and shone in use of combined force tactics and strategy on a large scale.
Manstein was then able to plan the counter-attack, re-capture of the city, and stabilization of the front.
Manstein was responsible for formulating most of the strategy that won Germany its great early victories using blitzkrieg tactics in Poland, France, and the Crimea.
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 Erich von Manstein
Manstein remained in the army and in 1936 was appointed chief of operations.
Manstein was sent back to Silesia and did not take part in the successful operation until the final stages when he served under General Gunther von Kluge.
Manstein was appointed commander of 11th Army in September 1941, and was given the task of conquering the Crimea.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /GERmanstein.htm   (743 words)

  
 General Erich von Manstein
In 1933, situation in Germany changed and von Manstein was promoted to the rank of Colonel and in 1935 was posted to the General Staff of the Wehrmacht.
In February of 1941, Erich von Manstein received the command of newly formed 56th Panzer Corps, which in preparation for Barbarossa was assigned to Hoepner's Panzer Geoup 4 in von Leeb's Army Group North.
In May of 1945, Erich von Manstein was arrested by the British and taken to POW camp in Luneberg and later to Nuremberg.
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 Erich von Manstein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Erich von Manstein was born in Berlin on 24th November 1887 as a member of the Lewinski family member, but was adopted by the childless von Mansteins who were related to the Lewinski family.
Although von Manstein was posted away from the Army Group due to objections by the Army High Command, his original but daring idea was adopted by Hitler to whom von Manstein had personally delivered it.
Manstein was promoted to General and awarded the Knight's Cross after leading his XXXVIII Infantry Corps through the victorious French campaign which ended within six weeks.
www.wargamer.com /Hosted/Panzer/manstein.html   (1037 words)

  
 The Avalon Project : Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Vol. 20 - Two Hundreth Day
VON MANSTEIN: In my opinion that can be explained as follows: Politically we generals had not had any say for a long time, because the political objections raised by the generals, for instance on the occasion of the occupation of the Rhineland and the march into Czechoslovakia, had turned out to be without substance.
VON MANSTEIN: All I knew about the tasks of these Einsatzgruppen was that they were organized to prepare for the political administration; that is to say, to carry out the political screening of the population in the occupied territories of the East, and they were acting on special instructions under Himmler's responsibility.
VON MANSTEIN: In the chain of command, particularly the military one, one must differentiate between the practical subordination, which is the chain of command for the fighting at the front, and the economic subordination, that is the chain of command for the purpose of supplies, food, motor fuel, and billets.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/imt/proc/08-10-46.htm   (13727 words)

  
 Erich von Manstein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Von Manstein, therefore, had to rely on the railway line through Zaporozhye but it was not that efficient given the fact that the big Dnieper bridge which the Russians had destroyed in 1941 was still closed to traffic.
Von Manstein's fear of Army Group Don still being cut off prompted him to advise O.K.H. (Army High Command) that, given the fact that the ratio of Russian forces to his own and those of Army Group B were somewhere around 1:8, it would, therefore, be necessary to improve this ratio.
Von Manstein, during the course of the ensuing battle of Kharkov, considered his objective not to be the city itself but rather the destruction of the Russian forces in and around it.
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 chemical warfare - www.ezboard.com
Manstein used chemical weapons in the Crimea in 1942, and the Germans certainly had large stockpiles of chemical weapons.
Manstein was i think not gulity in the first trail and the next was only one by the allied to show to the public that soviet union was't such a bad country and stalin was a cute little angel and that he was fighting evil manstein and other german panzer officers.
However, in manstein memoirs and incidents which i have studied i find manstein to be a little more aganist fls then anti-semtic[ its a very weird term -- anti-semites, i find the term weird because i know three languagues and all semites, yet i am not a jew].
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 Manstein's Drive East
Unbeknownst to OKH, STAVKA had planned their own offensive to retake Kiev, and both arms of Manstein's drive east along the north and south banks of the Dnieper would have to deal with the masses of Russian armor heading north and west on Kiev.
Commanding the vehicles for Manstein was Lt. Seddon, a young, 33-year-old native of Wesel who instinctively understood the vehicle's strongpoints and weaknesses, and deployed them to great and demoralizing effect on enemy troops, taking them unawares both in attack and on defense.
So taken with the Hetzer and Seddon's performance was Manstein, that before the final drive on Moscow, he ensured that all his AT guns were Hetzers.
www.geocities.com /sonzabird/mdriveeast.html   (1375 words)

  
 Heer Knight Cross to the Iron Cross recipients
Erich von Manstein was born in Berlin, on the 24th of November 1887.
Erich was the von Lewinski's 10th child, in fact a later comer, and as the von Manstein’s were childless it was decided that should it be a boy, the child would be educated in the von Manstein household.
It was here that von Manstein became involved in the struggle to adopt an offensive plan that carried the main blow of the offensive through the Ardennes forest, bypassing the Maginot line and offering the prospect of complete victory.
www.angelfire.com /nj/ww2/vonmanstein.html   (1332 words)

  
 Feldgrau :: Manstein’s Romanians in the Crimea
Manstein proved his valor again and again in the battles in the Baltic area.
Manstein dispatched the 49th Mountain Corps and the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler SS Division.
According Gen. Erich von Manstein's plan the 7th and 42nd Corps had to tie down the Soviet forces in the northern sector, while the 30th Corps and the 22nd Panzer Division broke the front in the south and swept towards north, trying to encircle the Soviet forces.
www.feldgrau.com /articles.php?ID=75   (6585 words)

  
 The Avalon Project : Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Vol. 21 - Two Hundred and First Day
VON MANSTEIN: Yes, in my opinion, it was issued for purely military reasons; namely, because Hitler-as I know-wanted to free as many of the forces in the Kuban as possible in order to use them in other parts of the Eastern Front.
VON MANSTEIN: No, tactically they were, at most, under the local commanders, for instance in the fight against the partisans or in the battle zone at the front, but in any case as far as their police tasks were concerned they certainly were not under them.
VON MANSTEIN: I know, for example, that Generaloberst Blaskowitz, who succeeded Field Marshal Von Rundstedt as com-mander in the East, that is, in occupied Poland, protested and raised objections against the conduct of the Police in the Government General, and that there was some sort of a row about it, whereupon he was relieved.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/imt/proc/08-12-46.htm   (21125 words)

  
 Strategic Studies Group: Operation Wanda
"What if Von Manstein proceeds with his intention of creating his very own Pocket around the Red Army, that at this point was in the process of obliterating the reminisce of LXII and XI Armee Korp in and around Kurson.
We thank Von Manstein for all of his hard work in bring you this scenario and we look forward to more scenarios from him in the future.
First, what if on Von Manstein proceeds with his intention of creating his very own Pocket around the Red Army, that at this point was in the process of obliterating the reminisce of LXII and XI Armee Korp in and around Kurson.
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 Boots & Tracks--SP-Der Manstein Kommt!
General Field Marshal von Manstein was brought down from the Leningrad front to conduct the operation.
Manstein assigned Hoth's 4th Panzer Army with role in spearheading the relief effort.
Although their morale enjoyed a brief boost, the 17th Panzer Division was pulled from the attack so that it may be put in reserve behind the Italian 8th Army, so as to to deal with the Soviet operation, "Little Saturn".
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 History of events and dates in Ardennes-Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Hitler approves of the Manstein Plan to invade France
Manstein & his colleagues suggest the German Army should attack through the wooded Ardennes hills
Uses the Manstein Plan to enter the Ardennes, cross the Meuse & reach the Channel
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 manstein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Manstein after the untimely death of his parents.
Manstein was promoted to field marshal and general that month.
Manstein spent the rest of the war on his estate and was captured by
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 Krimshield document signed by von Manstein - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums
The stamp is the standard one used for all Krim docs and this particular style, with the stamped date, H.Qu.
I would not buy one if it didn't have the Manstein facsimile, or if it was signed by someone other than Manstein.
A facsimile Manstein sig does not or should not increase the value of this type of doc.
www.wehrmacht-awards.com /forums/showthread.php?t=71392   (454 words)

  
 AIM25: Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King's College London: VON MANSTEIN, FM (Fritz) Erich (1887-1973)
Publications: Verteidigung Manstein (Hamburg, Germany, 1950); Verlorene siege (Bonn, Germany, 1955); Aus einem Soldatenleben, 1887-1939 (Bonn, Germany, 1958); Lost victories, edited and translated by Anthony G Powell (Methuen, London, 1958).
The character of von Manstein is assessed in the private War Journal of Generaloberst Franz Halder, a microfilm copy is held by the Centre (Ref: MF 321-322).
Manstein and the operations of Army Group Don by Dana V Sadarananda (Praeger, London, 1990); Bounden duty: the memoirs of a German officer 1932-45 by Alexander Stahlberg (Brassey's, London, 1990).
www.aim25.ac.uk /cats/21/215.htm   (360 words)

  
 0760320543 - Lost Victories by Erich Von Manstein; Erich Von Manstein; Anthony G. Powell
Manstein is, however, most remembered for his operations as corps, army, and army group commander on the Russian front and it is that portion of his career which dominates his account in this volume.
For all his military victories, Manstein proves less than forthcoming about his complicity in war crimes.
He was convicted when a war diary entry was discovered which stated: "The new Commander in Chief [Manstein] does not wish officers to be present at shooting of Jews.
www.biblio.com /isbnsearch.php?isbn=0760320543   (553 words)

  
 GMT GAMES: von Manstein's Backhand Blow
Soviet overconfidence was responsible in part for the disaster, playing into German hands, but by far, most of the credit for the amazing reversal belonged to Field Marshal von Manstein.
Von Manstein's Backhand Blow is a low/intermediate complexity two player game using the well-received Turning the Tables system pioneered in earlier East Front games produced by Moments in History.
This uncertainty makes von Manstein's Backhand Blow ideal as a solitaire game since combat results cannot be accurately predicted.
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 Manstein   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Development of a direct functional assay for dynamin activity, determination of the X-ray structure of full length dynamin, improvement of the current EM reconstructions of the dynamin ring complex by the use of cryo-methods
Toomre, D. and Manstein, D.J. Lighting up the cell surface with evanescent wave microscopy.
Knetsch, M.L.W., Schäfers, N., Horstmann, H. and Manstein, D. A Bcr/Abr-related protein controls the organization of a tubolocisternal organelle, F-Actin dynamics, and cytokinesis in Dictyostelium.
www.zmbh.uni-heidelberg.de /mcb/Brochure/Manstein.html   (325 words)

  
 manstein is back - Official Anna Kournikova Message Boards
No need to cover up true facts zarter, I'm sure manstein will take it well....
The truth is manstein, whilst you were gone, Anna visited the board several times, and even went into the live chat, where we all chilled and had a great time.
Oh and she said she would send everyone in the chat, free backstage passes to teh US Open, where we get to meet all the Tennis stars.
www.kournikova.com /community/showthread.php?t=5189   (225 words)

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