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Field Marshal Rommel (right) with Major General Böttcher, North Africa, probably 1943.

Field Marshal Rommel (right) with Major General Böttcher, North Africa, probably 1943.

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, probably suffered from malaria with high fever, North Africa

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, probably suffered from malaria with high fever, North Africa

GeneralFeildmarshal Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel Praised and admired by BOTH sides during W.W.II,Even PM Winston S Churchill praised him during a session of Parliament ! Forced to commit suicide by A paranoid Abolf Hitler to save his Family and his Reputation ...Received,a State Funeral ,of course Der Führer was in attendance ..

PHOTO WWII ERWIN JOHANNES EUGEN ROMMEL Afrika Korps

GeneralFeildmarshal Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel Praised and admired by BOTH sides during W.W.II,Even PM Winston S Churchill praised him during a session of Parliament ! Forced to commit suicide by A paranoid Abolf Hitler to save his Family and his Reputation ...Received,a State Funeral ,of course Der Führer was in attendance ..

Theodor Sproesser and Erwin RommelMajor Sproesser was Rommel’s commanding officer in Italy during WWI. He received his Pour Le Merite with Rommel for their daring and unrelenting pursuit of the Italians. Sproesser was promoted to Oberstleutnant on the 1st of March 1920 having entered the Reichsheer following the end of WW1. Promoted to Oberst on the 1st Feb 1922 he became the commandant of Glatz and retired as a Generalmajor on the 31st of March 1925. He died in 1932.

Theodor Sproesser and Erwin RommelMajor Sproesser was Rommel’s commanding officer in Italy during WWI. He received his Pour Le Merite with Rommel for their daring and unrelenting pursuit of the Italians. Sproesser was promoted to Oberstleutnant on the 1st of March 1920 having entered the Reichsheer following the end of WW1. Promoted to Oberst on the 1st Feb 1922 he became the commandant of Glatz and retired as a Generalmajor on the 31st of March 1925. He died in 1932.

Erwin Rommel. CCW 1940s Colourised Johannes Eugen Rommel (15 November 1891 – 14 October 1944 popularly known as the Desert Fox and also was  one of the plotters involved in the attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler at the Wolfsschanze in East Prussia on 20 July 1944 and died for it ( Operation Valkyrie)

Erwin Rommel. CCW 1940s Colourised Johannes Eugen Rommel (15 November 1891 – 14 October 1944 popularly known as the Desert Fox and also was one of the plotters involved in the attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler at the Wolfsschanze in East Prussia on 20 July 1944 and died for it ( Operation Valkyrie)

Then-General (later Field Marshal) Erwin Rommel in a trench near Tobruk, along with an officer from the Italian contingent that accompanied Rommel on this tour (September 1941, partially colorized by Doug)

Then-General (later Field Marshal) Erwin Rommel in a trench near Tobruk, along with an officer from the Italian contingent that accompanied Rommel on this tour (September 1941, partially colorized by Doug)

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel (1891-1944), popularly known to both sides as the Desert Fox (Wüstenfuchs), somewhere in North Africa (ca. 1942). Rommel is regarded as having been a humane and professional officer. His Afrikakorps was never accused of war crimes, and captured Allied soldiers were reported to have been treated humanely. In all theaters of his command, he ignored orders to kill captured commandos, Jewish soldiers, and civilians.

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel (1891-1944), popularly known to both sides as the Desert Fox (Wüstenfuchs), somewhere in North Africa (ca. 1942). Rommel is regarded as having been a humane and professional officer. His Afrikakorps was never accused of war crimes, and captured Allied soldiers were reported to have been treated humanely. In all theaters of his command, he ignored orders to kill captured commandos, Jewish soldiers, and civilians.

Dr. Hans Munch, called the "Good Man Of Auschwitz", was the only doctor who helped the prisoners from the inside. He faked experiments to keep the prisoners from being gassed, refused to choose those to be killed at risk of his own life, and even helped some escape. . At risk of his own life, he did what he could to save as many as he could. He was later put on trial, but because of so many Jewish witnesses stating his goodness to them, he was completely acquitted.B/W Photo Colourised by…

Dr. Hans Munch, called the "Good Man Of Auschwitz", was the only doctor who helped the prisoners from the inside. He faked experiments to keep the prisoners from being gassed, refused to choose those to be killed at risk of his own life, and even helped some escape. . At risk of his own life, he did what he could to save as many as he could. He was later put on trial, but because of so many Jewish witnesses stating his goodness to them, he was completely acquitted.B/W Photo Colourised by…

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