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  1. The Rebel

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    More Images "Album" Posted But Seems To Be A Lack Of Space For More. How Do I Post "Images" On Social Group "WWII Images ???" Eddy Or Anybody, How'd You Add Them ???
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    Teejay9, You Are Very Observant Sir. Indeed You Are Correct In The Fact Of Romel Not The General In The Image. I Don't Know Who It Is Either Sir. Others In Images I Can Identify, But Have Not Gotten To It As Of Yet.
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    First Image: Erwin Rommel...
    Second & Third Image: Hitler & Benito Mussolini...
    Forth Image: Right Of Hitler Is Heinrich Himmler...

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    "Images"
    1. Ludwig Beck
    2. Wilhelm Keitel
    3. Herman Goering
    4. Karl Rudolph Gert Von Rundstedt​

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    1, 2 & 3 Erwin Rommell
    4 Hitler In The Crowd (1914)​

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    Two Future U.S. Army Generals Of World War II
    Dwight D. Eisenhower & George S. Patton​

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  7. Teejay9

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    My guess is that the "mystery" General is von Brauchitsch, at that time Chief of Staff, taken with Hitler at a pre-war excercise. Also present is Himmler to Hitler's left, a police general over his right shoulder, and a Japanese officer (Oshima?) directly behind the officer facing full front to the camera. I note the absence of all decorations emanating from WWII, thus pre-war, or possibly Poland. TJ
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    General Walter Von Brauchitsch​

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    More Images Of
    Walter Von Brauchitsch
    Born 04 October 1881 ~ Died 18 October 1948​

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    The Rebel,

    sorry I missed the post. Go to the WWII images social group by clicking on your profile. There will be a "add pictures" icon on the top right side. Then you upload from there.

    Eddy
  11. tsweller

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    Hi all,

    another one of Brauchitsch, and Generalleutnant von Briesen.

    Greets from over the sea


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    ...and some more Images.

    1. Telecommunication WWII
    2. Tank from Belgium
    3. France
    4. Adolf H. and Hermann G. at the Wagon, where 1918/1940
    "Waffenstillstand" was made.

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    ....and Picture 5

    Inside the Wagon.

    Greets

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    While watching a history program the other night, I thought I recognized the "mystery General." I now believe it is Gen. Johannes Blaskowitz, but I could be wrong. TJ
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