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  2. Heinz Guderian - Wikipedia

    Heinz Wilhelm Guderian (German: [ɡuˈdeːʁi̯an]; 17 June 1888 – 14 May 1954) was a German general during World War II who, after the war, became a successful memoirist. An early pioneer and advocate of the " blitzkrieg " approach, he played a central role in the development of the panzer division concept.

  3. The Only German General Who Yelled At Hitler (and Survived)

    Heinz Guderian was a German general who excelled during World War II as a tank commander. Guderian was the only general who dared to yell at Hitler. Hitler responded by forcibly retiring...

  4. Heinz Guderian | Biography, Rank, Book, & Facts | Britannica

    Heinz Guderian, German general and tank expert, who became one of the principal architects of armored warfare and the blitzkrieg between World Wars I and II and who contributed decisively to Germany’s victories in Poland, France, and the Soviet Union early in World War II.

  5. Heinz Günther Guderian - Wikipediaünther_Guderian

    Heinz Günther Guderian (23 August 1914 – 25 September 2004) was a German officer in the Wehrmacht and later a major general and Inspector of Panzer Troops in the West German Bundeswehr and NATO. He was the son of World War II General Heinz Guderian.

  6. Heinz Guderian: A Great German Commander of WWII - He Stood ...

    Heinz Guderian: A Great German Commander of WWII - He Stood Up To Hitler | War History Online. General Heinz Wilhelm Guderian was one of the most innovative military commanders of the 20 century. He helped to develop modern tank warfare, bringing success for Nazi Germany in the early stages of the Second World War.

  7. Heinz Guderian - Jewish Virtual Library

    Heinz Guderian, the son of an army officer, was born in Kulm, Germany, on 17th June, 1888. He joined the German Army and was commissioned in the Jaegers in 1908 where he became a communications specialist. He fought in the First World War and afterwards was a member of the right-wing Freikorps group.

  8. Heinz Guderian |

    Apassionate military leader and strategist, Heinz Wilhelm Guderian revolutionized modern warfare by using tanks and air power to gain rapid victories. Unlike military theorists who merely hypothesized, Guderian saw his vision become a reality, as the Panzer divisions were developed within the German army.