The Nemesis of Power: The German Army in Politics, 1918-1945

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NEMESIS OF POWER': Unconditional Surrender, Rheims,
May 7, 1945
Frontispiece
FACING PAGE
General Freiherr Walther von Lüttwitz
General of Infantry Erich Ludendorff
80
Colonel-General Hans von Seeckt112
Hitler, Ludendorff and their Accomplices after the Munich Trial,
April 1924
180
Lieutenant-General Wilhelm Gröner and Dr. Otto Gessler194
Lieutenant-General Kurt von Schleicher
Colonel-General Freiherr Kurt von Hammerstein
240
Field-Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt256
Von Hindenburg with Hitler and Göring, Tannenberg, 1933293
Field-Marshal Werner von Blomberg
Colonel-General Freiherr Werner von Fritsch
353
The High Command of the Wehrmacht salute their Führer372
Colonel-General Ludwig Beck397
Field-Marshal Walther von Brauchitsch
Field-Marshal Walther von Reichenau
400
Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel
Colonel-General Franz Halder
432
Major-General Henning von Tresckow
Major-General Hans Oster
470
Hitler and his Marshals in the Reich Chancellery, 1940496
Field-Marshal Erich von Manstein
Colonel-General Heinz Guderian
521
Field-Marshal Fedor von Bock
Field-Marshal Ewald von Kluge
561
Field-Marshal Erwin von Witzleben
Colonel-General Friedrich Fromm
585
Colonel Graf Claus Schenck von Stauffenberg
'The Bamberger Reiter'
601
Field-Marshal Erwin Rommel
Lieutenant-General Hans Speidel
630

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