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  2. Erich von Falkenhayn - Wikipedia

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    Erich Georg Sebastian Anton von Falkenhayn werd op 11 september 1861 geboren in het geslacht van de West-Pruisische adellijke familie ‘Von Falkenhayn’. De familie had een militaire traditie en een geschiedenis die terugging tot op de Duitse Orde. Reeds op jonge leeftijd moest Erich naar de kadettenschool, wat niet abnormaal was als zoon van ...

  3. Erich von Falkenhayn - Wikipedia

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    Erich von Falkenhayn Falkenhayn, c.1913 Prussian Minister of War In office 7 June 1913 – 21 January 1915 Monarch Wilhelm II Prime Minister Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg Preceded by Josias von Heeringen Succeeded by Adolf Wild von Hohenborn Chief of the German Great General Staff In office 14 September 1914 – 29 August 1916 Monarch Wilhelm II Chancellor Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg ...

  4. Erich Ludendorff — Wikipédia

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    Erich Ludendorff, né le 9 avril 1865 à Schwersenz, en province de Posnanie et mort le 20 décembre 1937 à Tutzing en Bavière, est un militaire et homme politique allemand. Il a exercé les fonctions de général en chef des armées allemandes (la Deutsches Heer ) pendant la Première Guerre mondiale , de 1916 à 1918.

  5. Battle of Verdun - Wikipedia

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    On 29 August Falkenhayn was replaced as Chief of the General Staff by Paul von Hindenburg and First Quartermaster-General Erich Ludendorff. On 3 September, an attack on both flanks at Fleury advanced the French line several hundred metres, against which German counter-attacks from 4 to 5 September failed.

  6. Generalfeldmarschall - Wikipedia

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    Generalfeldmarschall (from Old High German marahscalc, "marshal, stable master, groom"; English: general field marshal, field marshal general, or field marshal; listen (help · info); often abbreviated to Feldmarschall) was a rank in the armies of several German states and the Holy Roman Empire (Reichsgeneralfeldmarschall); in the Habsburg monarchy, the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary, the ...

  7. Paul von Hindenburg - Wikipedia

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    Erich von Falkenhayn, the Chief of Germany's Great General Staff, rejected his plan as a pipe dream. Nevertheless, urged on by Ludendorff and Hoffman, Hindenburg spent the winter fighting for his strategy by badgering the Kaiser while his press officer recruited notables like the Kaiserin and the Crown Prince to "stab the Kaiser in the back". [32]

  8. Erich Ludendorff - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    En agosto de 1916, cuando Erich von Falkenhayn dimitió como Jefe del Estado Mayor, Paul von Hindenburg ocupó su puesto con Ludendorff como Adjunto (Generalquartiermeister). El verdadero poder lo ejercía Ludendorff, que decidió luchar contra la superioridad británica en el mar utilizando indiscriminadamente los submarinos , lo que provocó ...

  9. World War I: Central Powers - Ducksters

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    Germany - General Erich von Falkenhayn, Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, Helmuth von Moltke, Erich Ludendorff; Austria-Hungary - General Franz Conrad von Hotzendorf, Archduke Friedrich; Ottoman Empire - Mustafa Kemal, Enver Pasha; Interesting Facts about the Central Powers. The Central Powers were also known as the Quadruple Alliance.

  10. Battle of Albert (1914) - Wikipedia

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    General Erich von Falkenhayn replaced Colonel-General Helmuth von Moltke the Younger as Chief of the German General Staff on 14 September, when the German front in France was being consolidated in Lorraine and on the Aisne.

  11. Kategorie:Němečtí generálové – Wikipedie

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    Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski; Hermann Balck; Hans Baur; Leopold Bavorský; Ruprecht Bavorský; Karl Becker; Albert von Beckh; Max von Behr; Levin August von Bennigsen; Julius von Bernuth; Wilhelm Bittrich; Werner von Blomberg; Fedor von Bock; Franz Böhme; Hans von Boineburg-Lengsfeld; Karl Burk