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Rae·der

(rā'dĕr),
Georg Johann, Norwegian ophthalmologist, 1889-1956. See: Raeder paratrigeminal syndrome.
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Germany's Grand Admiral Erich Raeder was later given a report by the U-boat commander Lemp about the attack and he in turn took the matter to Hitler, who decided it should remain a secret and the submarine's log rewritten to hide the facts.
Germany's Grand Admiral Erich Raeder was later given a report by the U-boat commander Lemp about the attack and he, in turn, took the matter to Hitler, who decided it should remain a secret and the submarine's log rewritten to hide the facts.
Unfortunately, there is no attempt to place "Operation Rheinubung," the German sortie into the Atlantic, into the wider context of Grand Admiral Erich Raeder's double-pole strategy of attacking Britain's maritime commerce with two modern battle fleets in the Atlantic Ocean, while a third fleet of elderly battleships tied the Royal Navy down in the North Sea.
There are snaps of Erich Raeder, Admiral Karl Doenitz, Walther Funk, Konstantin von Neurath and Baldur von Schirach.
The most potentially dangerous plan involving Gibraltar was put forward by Admiral Erich Raeder in 1940.
It is odd that we have lacked a biography of Erich Raeder until now.
Indeed, with the possible exceptions of Rudolf Hess (who was incompetent), Erich Raeder, and Albert Speer, the isolated Nuremberg defendants looked forward to Goldensohn's visits, freely volunteering information about their life stories and how they became attracted to Nazism, and their opinions about Hitler and the Nazi state.
Bird (Chancellor of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System) has produced the first book-length scholarly biography of the career Admiral Erich Raeder, who led the German navy from 1938 to 1943.
Given that a number of Hitler loyalists (such as Karl Donitz) and nonconspirators (such as Erich Raeder) had experienced nurturing childhoods, spiritual home lives, and humanistic educations, why did they stay true to the fuhrer while Beck, Stauffenberg, and associates concluded that resistance was a moral imperative?
Among the luminaries were General Dietrich von Choltitz, the commanding officer of Nazi-occupied Paris who refused Hitler's orders to burn the city; Grand Admiral Erich Raeder, who as Commander-in-Chief of the German Navy until 1943, was responsible for the policy of the unrestricted U-boat warfare; and General Jurgen von Arnim, the prize of the North Africa Campaign.
On the other side of the war, Da Capo Press, of Cambridge, Mass., recently printed a paper-back version of Erich Raeder's "The Grand Admiral: The Personal Memoir of the Commander-in-Chief of the German Navy." Selling for $18.50, this is the story of the man who spearheaded the rebuilding of the German Navy after World War I, broke with Hitler over tactical disagreements in 1943, and was charged with war crimes at Nuremberg.