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Walther von Brauchitsch (1881 – 1948)

Aristocratic German field marshal and the Commander-in-Chief of the Wehrmacht Heer in the early years of World War II Brauchitsch was made a field marshal in 1940 and was key in Hitler's "blitzkrieg" war against the West, making modifications to the original plan to overrun France.
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Walther von Brauchitsch
The German Army is tired. The vain effort to defeat Russia's armies has used up its equipment and reduced its morale.
Brauchitsch quotes
Hitler is still such a popular man; we are afraid of the Hitler myth. We want to give to the German people and to the world the final proof by means of the Supreme Court-Martial and its verdict.
I myself won't do anything, but I won't stop anyone else from acting.

Hitler was the fate of Germany and this fate could not be stayed.
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Soldiers! The great battle in the Vistula sector is finished. The Polish Army is annihilated. The operations against Poland are thus concluded.
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