GenMaj

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GenMajGeneralmajor (German Major General)
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Generalmajor Karl Student was the head of the new Fallschirmjager division.
Felmy disagreed with Schmid's assessment and on May 13 countered by issuing Luftflotte 2's Studieplan 39 which, resulting from a five-day staff exercise witnessed by the Luftwaffe's new COS, Generalmajor Hans Jeschonnek, and the COSs from the other two air fleets, reiterated that a successful long-range strategic air campaign against British industries was doubtful, even using projected 1942 equipment/force structure.
Korps, Box 30; "Bericht von General Koppl und Generalmajor Werdan zu den Kampfen des IR 35 bei Zborow am 1.
He was promoted to SS Brigadefahrer und Generalmajor der Polizei in 1943 and was personally sent by Himmler in the spring of that year to liquidate the Warsaw Ghetto.
Oberst Habler to Generalmajor Schwanitz: Analyse der politisch operativen Lage unter jugendlichen Personenkreisen, February 21, 1982, BStU, MfS, BV Berlin, Abt.
For the most part, the selections are from the after action reviews and post-war debriefs of Generalmajor Freiherr von Gersdorff (chief of staff, German Seventh Army) although chapters from German Generals Hausser, Fahrmacher, Eberbach and von Luettwitz are included.
Hans von Seeckt (1866-1936), monarchist and decorated World War I Generalmajor, was commissioned with consolidating the Reichswehr in the Weimar Republic.
Der Generalmajor dachte an das Denkmal gallischen Ubermutes im Walde von Compiegne, das man gestern mit der Reichskriegsflagge zugehangt hatte, er dachte an Versailles, wo im Laufe der Geschichte em deutscher Sieg und eine deutsche Niederlage besiegelt worden waren und in das nun binnen weniger Stunden abermals deutsche Soldaten erziehen wurden.
Reichsmarshall Herman Goring, the sybaritic chief of the Luftwaffe, flew into a rage and sacked Generalmajor Hellmuth Felm and his chief of staff Colonel Josef Kammhuber of Luftflotte II, to whose staff Major Reinberger had been attached--as if these two senior officers could have anything to do with the major's private foibles.
August 1916, varia; Generalmajor Max Ronge, Kriegs-und Industrie-Spionage: Zwolf Jahre Kundschaftsdienst, Zurich-Leipzig-Wien: Almathea Verlag, 1930, 55.
It is not clear whether the officers in charge of the fighter component of the two Luftflotten, Generalmajor Kurt-Bertram von Doring and Oberst Werner Junck, both fighter pilots in World War I, were even asked to make a formal contribution to the overall planning.
An example of this often stated view is the account by Generalmajor Baumgarten-Crusius, written in 1919, who refers rather euphemistically to the defeat as a battle that had been broken off prematurely and as a mere "alleged victory" of the enemy:
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