Col General Lothar Rendulic, an Austrian of Croatian origin, was one of only 3 Austrians to reach the rank of colonel general in the Wermacht. He served throughout the war as divisional and army group commander and fought one of the last large-scale desperate battles of the Nazi regime trying to stem the Soviet East Prussian Offensive in late 1944-early 1945. Rendulic was imprisoned after the war but after his sentence was reduced he was freed in 1951. He died in 1971.
Otto Moritz Walter Model was a German general and later field marshal dedicated to Hitler and Nazism. He was master of the defensive battle and was widely recognized as the Wehrmacht's best defensive tactician. He committed suicide in 1945 to avoid capture. He was the Commander of Heeres Gruppe B, and thus the overall German commander for Market Garden.
Josias Hereditary Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont and SS General. After the war he was sentenced to life in prison during the Buchenwald concentration camp trial. Released after only three years because of ill health, he remained the head of the Princely House of Waldeck and Pyromont until his death in 1967.
A nazi third reich historical picture entitled " hitler near the end of world war 2 looking old and ill ".
07/05/1945 : le général allemand Alfred Jodl signe à Reims les termes d'une reddition inconditionnelle qui termine la participation allemande à la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Le document prend effet le lendemain.
Le "Generaloberst" Johannes Blaskowitz Johannes Blaskowitz se suicide le 5 février 1948 en sautant d'une fenêtre de la prison de Nüremberg alors qu'il est accusé de crimes de guerre.
Robert Ritter von Greim , born 22 June 1892 in Bayreuth and died 24 May 1945 in Salzburg ) was a German officer in the army and air. Appointed Generalfeldmarschall - Marshal is - after the sacking of Göring in 1945 , he was in the last days of World War II , the last commander of the Luftwaffe .
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Hunt for Nazis after WW2 was deliberately scuppered by France, South America and West Germany, claims author
Staff Sergeant Gustav Wagner responsible for 150,000 deaths at the extermination camp of Sobibor.