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  2. Werner von Fritsch – Wikipédia

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    Werner Thomas Ludwig Freiherr von Fritsch ( Düsseldorf-Benrath, 1880. augusztus 4. – Varsó, 1939. szeptember 22.) II. világháborús német tábornok, aki a Varsó elfoglalása közben szerzett sebesülésében a harctéren esett el.

  3. Werner von Fritsch - IMDb

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    Werner von Fritsch, Self: Tag der Freiheit - Unsere Wehrmacht. Werner von Fritsch was born on August 4, 1880 in Benrath [now Düsseldorf], Germany. He is known for Tag der Freiheit - Unsere Wehrmacht (1935). He died on September 22, 1939 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland.

  4. Werner von Fritsch – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Werner von Fritsch. Werner Thomas Ludwig Freiherr von Fritsch (4 de Agosto de 1880 – 22 de Setembro de 1939) foi Comandante-chefe da Wehrmacht, Chefe do Alto Comando Alemão entre 1934 e 1938, e opunha-se ao programa de Adolf Hitler. [ 1]

  5. Werner von Fritsch Biography - German general | Pantheon

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    Thomas Ludwig Werner Freiherr von Fritsch (4 August 1880 – 22 September 1939) was a member of the German High Command. He was Commander-in-Chief of the German Army from February 1934 until February 1938, when he was forced to resign after he was falsely accused of being homosexual.

  6. Werner von Fritsch - Wikipedia

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    Werner von Fritsch. 4. august 1880. Verner fon Frič ( nem. Werner von Fritsch; Diseldorf - Benrat, 4. avgust 1880 — Varšava, 22. septembar 1939) je bio istaknuti oficir Nemačke vojske i član Vrhovne komande Vermahta. On je drugi nemački general koji je poginuo u Drugom svetskom ratu.

  7. Werner von Fritsch (August 4, 1880 — September 22, 1939 ...

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    Werner von Fritsch was a chief of the High Command of the German Army from 1934 to 1938 and an opponent of Hitler’s war programme.

  8. Werner von Fritsch - Biography - IMDb

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    Werner von Fritsch was born on August 4, 1880 in Benrath [now Düsseldorf], Germany. He is known for Tag der Freiheit - Unsere Wehrmacht (1935). He died on September 22, 1939 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland.

  9. The mysterious death of General Werner von Fritsch - Axis ...

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    by Potsdamerplatz » 13 Aug 2006, 23:42 Generaloberst Werner von Fritsch was falsely accused of homosexuality by Goering and Himmler in 1938 and was ultimately forced to resign as Commander-in-Chief of the Army. He was later acquitted by an honour court of officers but any hopes of further promotion were over.

  10. Werner von Fritsch | Hitler Archive | A Biography in Pictures

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    Adolf Hitler greets Werner von Blomberg and the 3 commanders of the airforce, marine and army Goering, von Fritsch and Raeder for the Tag der Wehrmacht. 17 September 1936. Adolf Hitler, joined by several generals and staff officers, during the parade of the V. Armeekorps in Giebelstadt, near Würzburg. 17 September 1936.

  11. Talk:Werner von Fritsch - Wikipedia

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    Reporting to the Supreme Commander in Chief was the Defence Minister (renamed the War Ministry in 1935) Werner von Blomberg, and to Blomberg, the Commander in Chief of the Army (OKH), who in the period 1934-38 was Fritsch. In 1938, Hitler abolished the War Ministry and replaced it with the OKW.