Heeresleitung

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  • However, as Chef der Heeresleitung he had no troops under his direct command.
  • Although he resigned then as Chef der Heeresleitung, Reinhardt remained an active officer.
  • He expanded this position into that of Chef der Heeresleitung, the highest-ranking military position within the landforces.
  • She became involved with von Hammerstein-Equord, then head of the Army Command (Heeresleitung).
  • The strike was ended when the Oberste Heeresleitung declared an aggravated state of siege, put some factories under military protection and conscripted many of the striking workers for military service.
  • The Oberste Heeresleitung was the staff led by Moltke as Chief of the General Staff of the Army.
  • Power of command for each branch was given to the head of the Army Command (Heeresleitung) and the head of the Naval Command (Marineleitung).
  • General Seeckt became his successor as Chef der Heeresleitung.
  • All but two of the officers (one of them was Reinhardt, Chef der Heeresleitung) refused to follow an order to shoot at the revolting troops.
  • The most senior officer of the land forces was called Chef der Heeresleitung, a post held in early 1920 by General Walther Reinhardt.
  • Along with Arthur Kampf Erler was one of the official military painters for the Oberste Heeresleitung.
  • This caused confrontations with the third Oberste Heeresleitung, led by Paul Hindenburg and Ludendorff.
  • During the First World War he served on both the East and Western fronts, eventually becoming the last chief of the operations department at the Oberste Heeresleitung (Supreme Army Command).
  • Later, Gessler created a new office, the Wehrmacht-Abteilung, directly under the Reichswehrminister and thereby moved political power from the Heeresleitung to the Minister.
  • Not until the late days of World War I a parliamentary reform was carried out, instigated by the Oberste Heeresleitung (Supreme Army Command) in view of the German defeat.
  • As Reichswehrminister he worked closely with Chef der Heeresleitung Hans von Seeckt in setting up the Reichswehr and turning it into a modern army.
  • These demands were not met by the Supreme Army Command (or Oberste Heeresleitung) and the imperial government of Chancellor Georg von Hertling.
  • Only an extreme wintertime flood on the Nahe in January 1918 led to the Oberste Heeresleitung being moved to Spa in Belgium.
  • Due to his liberal stance he came into conflict with the policies of the Oberste Heeresleitung (OHL) supreme command under Paul von Hindenburg and Erich Ludendorff.
  • An Oberste Heeresleitung (OHL) memorandum of 5 January, noted that offensive preparations by the French and British were being made all along the Western Front so as to keep the site of a spring offensive secret.
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