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  Vernichtungsgedanken - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vernichtungsgedanken, meaning "annihilation thoughts" in German, is a Prussian / German strategic doctrine, dating to Frederick the Great.
It was the Western Front in this war which ended Vernichtungsgedanken’s long reign as the premiere strategic doctrine of modern warfare.
The last pure Vernichtungsgedanken campaign was the invasion of Poland in 1939.
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The arms races of this period produced military equipment which eroded the attacker’s advantage Europe 's "Long Peace" giving decisive advantage to defender and setting the stage for the stalemate of the First World War.
When the interwar interregnum concluded and Europe went again to war many of officers in high command in Germany (chief among them General Heinz Guderian) were all too aware of this failure and had specific ideas for its They had however to fight prewar battles overcome bureaucratic inertia.
The last pure Vernichtungsgedanken campaign was the of Poland in 1939.
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 Supply line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This vulnerability has led many military leaders to build doctrine around indirect approaches to the enemy from the rear or above.
These have been known as: "envelopment", "vernichtungsgedanken", "blitzkrieg", "hyperwar", and other forms.
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It was the Western Front in this war which ended Vernichtungsgedanken’s longreign as the premiere strategic doctrine of modern warfare.
When the interwar interregnum concluded and Europe went again to war, many of theofficers in high command in Germany (chief among them General Heinz Guderian) were all too aware of this doctrinal failure and had specificideas for its replacement.
Earlyenthusiasm for the opportunities provided by tanks and other armored mobile units was referred to in the 1930s as the armored idea.
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 Talk:Vernichtungsgedanken - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Somehow I doubt that the use of tanks was included in vernichtungsgedanken.
Unless it is the common name in the military science English books, I propose to move this article to 'annihilation thoughts doctrine' or at least to 'Vernichtungsgedanken military doctrine' (or something similar).
Vernichtungsgedanken (Phonetically: Fehr-neekt-oongs-geh-dahnk-ehn) is pronounceable, it is understandable and recognizable among those who know military theory, and simply there are no alternatives.
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 Encyclopedia: Blitzkrieg
The Wehrmacht's strategy was more inline with Vernichtungsgedanken, or a focus on envelopment to create pockets in broad-front annihilation.
Panzer forces were deployed among the three German concentrations without strong emphasis on independent use, being used to create or destroy close pockets of Polish forces and seize operational-depth terrain in support of the largely unmotorised infantry which followed.
Vernichtungsgedanken, or 'annihilation thoughts', one of blitzkrieg predecessors
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 Encyclopedia: Vernichtungsgedanken
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The coat of arms of the Kingdom of Prussia, 1701-1918 The word Prussia (German: Preußen or Preussen, Polish: Prusy, Lithuanian: Prusai, Latin: Borussia) has had various (often contradictory) meanings: The land of the Baltic Prussians (in what is now parts of southern Lithuania, the Kaliningrad exclave of Russia and...
Polish September Campaign Conflict World War II Date 1 September - 6 October 1939 Place Poland Result Decisive German and Soviet victory The Polish September Campaign — also known as Polish-German War of 1939, in Poland often as Wojna obronna 1939 roku (Defensive War of 1939), in Germany as Polish Campaign...
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 Polish September Campaign - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Together these new tactics were nicknamed Blitzkrieg (lightning war), but historians generally hold that German operations during it were more consistent with more traditional methods.
The Wehrmacht's strategy was more in line with Vernichtungsgedanken, or a focus on envelopment to create pockets in broad-front annihilation.
Aircraft played a major role in the fighting.
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 x-berg.de | Migrantische Kundgebung gegen Antisemitismus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Eine Teilung der Stadt wäre vielleicht keine schlechte Lösung,um den Verrückten beider Seiten den Wind aus den segeln zu nehmen.
Auch dieser Tag wird übrigens weltweit begangen, so z.B. auch in Berlin mit einem Strassenfest in der Oranienburger Str.
Aber in der Regel mit nationalistischen Schlüssen, die wohl nicht weniger falsch sind.
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 Leseporbe: Wiedererwachen germanischer Werte? / unrast-Verlag
Beispielhaft sei die aus Norwegen stammende Gruppe Immortal genannt, die auf ihrem 1993 veröffentlichten Album “Pure Holocaust” von Tod, Krieg und Zerstörung singen.
“Holocaust” steht für einen allgemeinen misanthropischen Vernichtungsgedanken, der die Ablehnung menschlichen Zusammenlebens und die Glorifizierung des “absolut Bösen” ausdrückt.
Im gleichen Kontext ist auch die Black Metal-Band Mayhem zu sehen, die auf dem Cover einer Platte ein Foto abbildete, auf dem Leichenberge aus dem Konzentrationslager Auschwitz zu sehen sind.
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