Who was the general of Hitler's army?
Asked by anuj sharma, 20 Aug '11 01:45 pm
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Erich LudendorffAnswered by sumati gayki, 20 Aug '11 02:17 pm
Hans Guderian, German PanzerAnswered by Akantha, 20 Aug '11 01:53 pm
Hitler had in all a total of 36 generalsThe generals considered here are grouped in five categories: anti-Nazi Generals, including Fritsch, Beck, and Witzleben; the Staff Officers, among them Brauchitsch, Halder, Blomberg, Keitel, and Jodl; Field Commanders, such as Rundstedt (who advised Hitler to halt the Panzers outside Dunkirk during the Battle for France in 1940), Reichenau, Manstein, Kleist, and Kesselring; Battlefront Commanders: Rommel, Model, Paulus, Sepp Dietrich, and Manteuffel; and the Military Innovators, Guderian and Student, creator of the airborne armies.Answered by SriniVenkat, 20 Aug '11 01:52 pm
Erich LudendorffAnswered by sachin acharya, 20 Aug '11 01:46 pm