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About 4 million people came to the Soviet-occupied zone, from which the GDR emerged in In addition, after the founding of the GDR, and especially after the failed uprising in , many of the people who first took refuge in East Germany also moved further west. Its beginnings took flight and expulsion, and the later threadbare attempts of justification, however, already in the course of the First World War.
At that time, a special kind of approach was already part of political action, which today is more commonly used in public language as "ethnic cleansing", even if this was often described differently 80 or years ago. That was at the same time the most important motive for flight and expulsion, already since the First World War.
Whether in the expulsion of the Germans from Alsace-Lorraine, as the French from called the left bank territories their own again. Whether in "the population swap" between Turkey and Greece, near the strait of the Bosphorus, in the years after Flight and expulsion had, at that time, mostly an "ethnically uniform nation state" as a goal; something that is hardly conceivable in a united Europe. People of other languages, denominations or other national ethnic groups were resettled, displaced, abused or killed. This did not only in the Balkans during the Bosnian wars of the s cause upheavals: this was a basic pattern in the "Century of the Refugees".
That was already motive for the expelling of the Armenians, the Christian minority in the former Ottoman Empire, in the years and The number of victims there is estimated to be at least , Mathias Beer , The army was then relocated to Romania as part of the Axis offensive in the Balkans. On the night of February 28, German Army units crossed the Danube from Romania and took up strategic positions in Bulgaria.
On 6 April, units of the 12th army advanced into Yugoslavia and Greece. The Yugoslavians crumbled first. But, after six months of fighting the Italians, the Greeks could not stand up to the 12th Army's fifteen divisions, four of which were armored. The British subsequently rushed four divisions from Libya to aid the Greeks but they, like the Greeks, were overwhelmed by the German panzers and by L. General Hans von Seeckt, Chief of the Reichswehr together with infantry men at a Reichswehr manoeuvre in Thuringia, Reichswehr army structure —21 to The Reichswehr English: Realm Defence formed the military organisation of Germany from until , when it was united with the new Wehrmacht Defence Force.
Founding At the end of World War I, the forces of the German Empire were disbanded, the men returning home individually or in small groups. Many of them joined the Freikorps Free Corps , a collection of volunteer paramilitary units that were involved in suppressing the German Revolution and border clashes between and The Reichswehr was limited to a standing army of , men, and a navy of 15, The establishment of a general staff was prohibited.
Compliance with these restrictio. The Eastern Front, as the site of nearly all extermination camps, death marches, ghettos, and the majority of pogrom. It participated in the Battle of France, the invasion of the Soviet Union, the occupation of Vichy France, and on the Eastern Front until the end of the war. The 7th Panzer Division is sometimes known by its nickname, Ghost Division. It returned to southern Russia following the defeat at Stalingrad, and helped to check a general collapse of the front in a series of defensive battles as part of Army Group Don, and participated in General Erich von Manstein's counterattack at Kharkov.
A limpet mine is a type of naval mine attached to a target by magnets. It is so named because of its superficial similarity to the limpet, a type of sea snail that clings tightly to rocks or other hard surfaces. A swimmer or diver may attach the mine, which is usually designed with hollow compartments to give the mine just slight negative buoyancy, making it easier to handle underwater. Usually limpet mines are set off by a time fuse.
They may also have an anti-handling device. Types Usually, limpet mines are set off by a time fuse. They may also have an anti-handling device, making the mine explode if removed from the hull by enemy divers or by explosions. Sometimes limpet mines have been fitted with a small turbine which would detonate the mine after the ship had sailed a certain distance, so that it was likely to sink in navigable channels or deep water out of reach of easy salvage. Thus, determining the cause of the sinking is more difficult. Development Cecil Vandepeer Clarke wearing an early ver.
According to David Stahel, Keitel was "well known and [ He was found guilty, sentenced to death and executed by hanging in He was the third highest-ranking German officer to be tried at Nuremberg. Early life and career Keitel was born in the village of Helmscherode near Gandersheim in the Duchy of Brunswick, the eldest son of Carl Keitel — , a middle class landowner, and his wife Apollonia Vissering — He was closely involved in military operations throughout the war and was central to the perpetration of the Holocaust.
Hitler was born in Austria—then part of Austria-Hungary—and was raised near Linz. In , he attempted to seize power in a failed coup in Munich and was imprisoned. In jail, he dictated the first volume of his autobiography and political manifesto Mein Kampf "My Struggle". After his release in , Hi. The 16th Army German: History It took part in the Battle of France. It fought its way into northern Russia where in January part of it was encircled by the Soviets near Demyansk.
Hitler forbade a withdrawal and the Army was re-supplied by air until a land corridor was opened in April It was subsequently involved in the siege of Leningrad. The Soviets relieved Leningrad in January The Soviet 22nd Army made good progress in the initial assault. These attacks greatly diminished the 16th Army. It, along with the 18th Army was cut off in the Courland Peninsula when the Soviets launched their summer and autumn offensives of It stayed trapped there as part of Army Group Courland until the end of th. Robert M. He is a leading authority on modern German military history, with an emphasis upon World War II and the German influence upon modern operational doctrine.
The Historically Speaking journal described him as "one of the most perceptive military historians writing today". Awards and Decorations of Nazi Germany were military, political and civilian decorations that were bestowed between and , first by the Nazi Party and later the state of Nazi Germany. The first awards began in the s, before the Nazis had come to national power in Germany, with the political decorations worn on early Party uniforms.
Most early Nazis also displayed awards they may have earned as soldiers and sailors during the First World War or before. After , the state began issuing a variety of civilian decorations, which could be bestowed upon any citizen of Germany. Thus, some awards such as Sports Badges were bestowed on Nazi Party members, members of the German military, and regular civilians. Many standard awards of the German state, such as military and civil service long service decorations and life-saving medals, were redesigned to incorporate the Nazi symbol, the swastika.
Nazi military awards are by far the most commonly recognised. Military long service decorations, awards for. Codenamed Operation Neptune and often referred to as D-Day, it was the largest seaborne invasion in history. The operation began the liberation of German-occupied France and later western Europe from Nazi control, and laid the foundations of the Allied victory on the Western Front. Planning for the operation began in In the months leading up to the invasion, the Allies conducted a substantial military deception, codenamed Operation Bodyguard, to mislead the Germans as to the date and location of the main Allied landings.
The weather on D-Day was far from ideal, and the operation had to be delayed 24 hours; a further postponement would have meant a delay of at least two weeks, as the invasion planners had requirements for the phase of the moon, the tides, and the time of day that meant only a few days each month were deemed suitable.
Adolf Hitler place. During the final stage of World War II, the United States detonated two nuclear weapons over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, , respectively, with the consent of the United Kingdom, as required by the Quebec Agreement. The two bombings killed ,—, people, most of whom were civilians, and remain the only use of nuclear weapons in the history of armed conflict. In the final year of the war, the Allies prepared for what was anticipated to be a very costly invasion of the Japanese mainland. This undertaking was preceded by a conventional and firebombing campaign that devastated 67 Japanese cities.
The war in Europe had concluded when Germany signed its instrument of surrender on May 8, As the Allies turned their full attention to the Pacific theater, Japan faced the same fate. The Allies called for the unconditional surrender of the Imperial Japanese armed forces in the Potsdam Declaration on July 26, —the alternative being "prompt and utter destruction". Aftermath of the Nazi-Soviet attack; divisions of Poland into spheres of interest Following the German invasion of Poland in , many former citizens of the Second Polish Republic from across the Polish territories annexed by Nazi Germany were forcibly conscripted into the Wehrmacht army in Upper Silesia and in Pomerania.
They were declared citizens of the Third Reich by law and therefore subject to drumhead court-martial in case of draft evasion. The number of the conscripts is not known. The data does not exist beyond These troops wore their edelweiss on the collar of their uniforms. The 5th Mountain Division German: 5. Gebirgs Division was established in the Austrian Tirol in October , out of regiments taken from the 1st Mountain Division and the 10th Infantry Division. Its first action was in the Balkans Campaign, when it took part in Operations Marita and Merkur; in the latter it was used in an air-landing role.
In April it was redeployed to Italy. It fought out the remainder of the war in Italy and the Western Alps, and surrendered to the U. Army near Turin in May In March , the corps was upgraded to a motorised corps status and redesignated III Armeekorps mot. The 2nd Army German: 2. First seeing service in France, the army was involved in the invasion of the Balkans, before offensive operations in Ukraine as part of Operation Barbarossa.
In the II. Einsatzgruppen[a] German: , "task forces" or "deployment groups"  were Schutzstaffel SS paramilitary death squads of Nazi Germany that were responsible for mass killings, primarily by shooting, during World War II —45 in German-occupied Europe. Almost all of the people they killed were civilians, beginning with the intelligentsia and swiftly progressing to Soviet political commissars, Jews, and Romani people as well as actual or alleged partisans throughout Eastern Europe.
The blond-haired, blue-eyed Werner Goldberg — was used in Wehrmacht recruitment posters as the "ideal German soldier". He was later "dismissed" after it became known that he was a " Mischling ersten Grades" as defined by the Nuremberg Laws , having half Jewish ancestry. Inspection of German conscripts.
An African soldier of the Free Arabian Legion. Structure of the Wehrmacht — The Wehrmacht's "foot-mobile" infantry, A tank destroyer battalion, part of the 21 Panzer Division of the Afrika Korps. German paratroopers landing on Crete. German troops in the Soviet Union , October German soldiers in occupied Paris. German tanks during a counter-attack in North Africa, German war cemetery in Estonia. German troops marching civilians to execution. Sixteen blindfolded Partisan youth await execution by German forces in Serbia, 20 August The official dissolution of the Wehrmacht began with the German Instrument of Surrender of 8 May Reasserted in Proclamation No.
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