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  Operation Greif - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Operation Greif was a special false flag operation commanded by the notorious Waffen-SS commando Otto Skorzeny during the Battle of the Bulge.
The operation was the brainchild of German dictator Adolf Hitler, and consisted of using specially-trained German soldiers in captured Allied uniforms and vehicles to cause confusion in the rear of the Allied defense.
There was another documented military operations with this name, an anti-partisan operation performed by German army, begun on August 14, 1944, in the vicinity of Orsha and Vitebsk, USSR.
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 ABOUT WORLD WAR II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-30)
Operations over the rest of May 28 were more successful, with a further 16,000 men recovered but German air operations increased and many vessels were sunk or badly damaged including nine destroyers.
The operation was successful up to the capture of the Rhine bridge at Nijmegen, but is generally considered a failure as the final bridge at Arnhem was not held, resulting in the destruction of the British 1st Airborne division.
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.
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 The Dead Rock Stars Club - 2004 July to December
Donald Yetter Gardner - Died 9-15-2004 in Brockton - Complications from an operation after falling (Songwriter) Born 1913 in Portland, PA, U.S. - He played many instruments - (He wrote, "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth" which has been recorded by Spike Jones, George Strait, Mariah Carey and Nat King Cole).
Britta Neander - Died 12-14-2004 - After a heart operation (Rock) Drummer - Was a member of Britta, Carambolage and Lassie Singer - Worked with Rio Reiser.
Michael Combs (aka Mad Dog) - Found dead 12-15-2004 near the bottom of Vail Mountain, he had been snowboarding (Rock - Punk) Born 1962 in Baltimore, MD, U.S. - Guitarist and singer - Was a member of The Cadillac Tramps and The Back Alley Gators - Worked with 911, Strong Arm, Wrathchild and Jackpot.
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