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Greece, invasion of

The invasion of Albania, Greece, and Yugoslavia instigated a Balkan campaign fought by Greek, British, and Yugoslav forces. Italy invaded Albania in April 1939, more than a year before Benito Mussolini took his country into World War II. Much as Adolf Hitler had done with the Sudetenland, Mussolini gave assurances that the invasion would stop with Albania and that he had no intention of invading Greece....

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Great Britain, air force of

The Royal Air Force (RAF) came into being in 1918 and was an independent force on an equal footing with the Royal Navy and the army. Its civilian head was the secretary of state for air, who presided over the Air Council. The top uniformed officer was the chief of the air staff. Until May 1940, there was also, on the Air Council, an...

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Great Britain

As World War II approached, Britain was at the center of an empire that, although it was about to enter its twilight, covered a quarter of the globe. At the outbreak of the war, the United Kingdom, encompassing Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the six northeastern Irish counties that remained part of the United Kingdom after the creation of the Irish Free State in 1922),...

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Gothic Line

The Gothic Line was the name the Germans originally conferred on their strong series of defenses in the Apennines of Italy. Running from north of Lucca on the west coast of the Italian peninsula to south of Pesaro on the east coast, the Gothic Line was a formidable objective during the Italian Campaign. It was not breached until September 1944. In June 1944, Adolf Hitler renamed...

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Göring, Hermann

Göring, Hermann (1893–1946) Nazi Reichsmarschall (imperial marshal) and head of the Luftwaffe Hermann Göring was born at Rosenheim, Bavaria, the son of a former cavalry officer who had also served as German consul-general in Haiti. Göring enrolled at the Karlsruhe Military Academy in 1905 then attended the main cadet school at Lichterfelde beginning in 1909. After graduating in 1912, he was commissioned a lieutenant in the 112th...

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Gona, Battle of

Gona is located on the northern coast of Papua New Guinea, and, during the New Guinea Campaign, it was a Japanese stronghold. On November 16, 1942, a combined Australian and American force attacked Gona through a miserable tropical swamp in an effort to reduce this position. Gona was very well defended, the Japanese having established an 11-mile-long perimeter along the beachhead. Two regiments of the 32nd...

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Gomu?ka, W?adys?aw

Gomu?ka, W?adys?aw (1905–1982) leader of Communist underground in Poland W?adys?aw Gomu?ka was born near Krosno, Poland, to a Socialist oil field worker and his wife. Gomu?ka joined the Socialist youth movement, then, in 1926, became a member of the clandestine Communist Party of Poland. He worked as a professional union organizer and, during the 1930s, organized strikes throughout Poland. Arrested in 1932, he was sentenced to four...

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Goebbels, Joseph

Goebbels, Joseph (1897–1945) Nazi minister of propaganda Joseph Goebbels was the mastermind who crafted the ongoing propaganda campaign that was indispensable in selling Adolf Hitler, the Nazi Party (NSDAP), the Nazi regime, and Nazi war aims to the German people. He was born in the Rhenish town of Rheydt, the son of a factory clerk. Highly intelligent, Goebbels earned a doctorate in philology from Heidelberg University in...

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Gideon Force

Formed by then Lieutenant Colonel Orde Wingate in January 1941, the Gideon Force operated under the direction of the British Special Operations Executive (SOE) to help restore emperor Haile Selassie to the throne of Ethiopia, which was occupied by Italy. Comprised of 50 British officers and 20 British noncommissioned officers in charge of 800 members of the Sudan Frontier Battalion and 800 Ethiopian (Abyssinian) troops, the Gideon...

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Gibraltar

A rocky projection from the coast of southern Spain, Gibraltar became a British colony in 1704 and, from the end of the Battle of France to 1943, was the only toehold left to the Allies on the European continent. Some 25 miles of tunnels and subterranean chambers were excavated into the rock, which furnished warehouse space, munitions storage, living quarters, and military headquarters for the Allies....

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Gestapo

An acronym for Geheime Staatspolizei ("Secret State Police"), Gestapo was the name of the political police of Nazi Germany. This agency operated within the country to root out and eliminate opposition to the government and the Nazi Party, and, outside the country, in the occupied territories, Gestapo agents were responsible for suppressing resistance and underground movements and for directing and to a large extent executing the...

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German-Japanese-Italian Pact

Germany, Japan, and Italy concluded the Axis (Tripartite) Pact in September 1940, among other things in the hope that it would intimidate the United States by the prospect of a two-front war and thereby discourage it from continuing its move away from neutrality and toward the Allies. Instead, the pact drove the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt even closer to partnership with Winston Churchill's Britain....

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Geisler, Hans

Geisler, Hans (1891–1966) German Luftwaffe general Hans Geisler's military career began in the German Navy, which he entered on April 1, 1909. During World War I, he served mainly as an air observer in the naval aviation branch, transferring to the newly formed Luftwaffe on September 1, 1933. Geisler commanded X Fliegerkorps during the Invasion of Norway in 1940, the Luftwaffe element of the entire invasion. Air...

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Geiger, Roy

Geiger, Roy (1885–1947) U.S. Marine Corps general A native of Middleburg, Florida, Geiger graduated from John B. Stetson University in 1907 and practiced law for less than a year before enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) in November 1907. In less than two years, he was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant, then was promoted to 1st lieutenant in 1915 after having served at sea and in...

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Geheimschreiber

A German word meaning "secret writer," Geheimschreiber was the name of a cipher machine that produced an encrypted punched tape, which could be fed through a teleprinter for transmission via radio lines. The transmitting stations had first been detected by British intelligence in 1940, and by 1942 most had been identified. Interception and decryption operations began in mid-1942 and presented an even greater challenge than decrypting...

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Gazala, Battle of

The Battle of Gazala (May 26–June 17, 1942) was a prelude to the disastrous British defeat at the Battles of Tobruk. Gazala did much to enhance and render virtually legendary the reputation of the German commander Erwin Rommel, and the battle foiled British hopes of driving Rommel out of Libya before the commencement of the Allies' North African Campaigns. Rommel's victory also demonstrated, yet again, the...

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Gaulle, Charles de

Gaulle, Charles de (1890–1970) most important leader of the Free French during the Nazi occupation De Gaulle was the military and political leader of the Free French Forces and the French government in exile during World War II. After the war, he was the moving force behind the creation of France's Fifth Republic. De Gaulle was raised in an intensely nationalistic family and was educated at the...

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Gamelin, Maurice-Gustave

Gamelin, Maurice-Gustave (1872–1958) general in command of all French forces at the outbreak of World War II Paris-born Maurice-Gustave Gamelin graduated from Saint-Cyr, the French military academy, in 1893 and, at the outbreak of World War I, in August 1914, served as a staff officer, operations section, under French commander in chief Joseph Joffre. He remained a highly placed staff officer throughout most of the war but...

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Funk, Walther

Funk, Walther (1890–1960) economic minister of the Third Reich and president of the Reichsbank Walther Funk studied economics at the Universities of Berlin and Leipzig, worked for a time as a 368 Fuchs, Klaus journalist, then joined the German Army in 1914, at the beginning of World War I. Discharged in 1916 as unfit for service, he was hired in 1922 as editor of the Berliner Boersen...

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Fuchs, Klaus

Fuchs, Klaus (1911–1988) German-born British physicist and Soviet spy Born in Rüsselsheim, Germany, Klaus Fuchs was educated at the Universities of Leipzig and Kiel, where he studied physics and mathematics. An enthusiastic member of the German Communist Party beginning in 1930, he fled Germany after Adolf Hitler was named chancellor and the Nazis came to power in 1933. Immigrating to Great Britain, he earned a Ph.D. in...

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Fritsch, Werner von

Fritsch, Werner von (1880–1939) German general and victim of Hitler's treachery Werner von Fritsch was born in Benrath, Germany. He served as a staff officer during World War I and remained in the interwar army, achieving promotion to lieutenant general and the post of commander in chief of the army in February 1934. Fritsch was highly respected by fellow officers, but he, in turn, was contemptuous...

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Freikorps

Freikorps ("Free Corps") was a name applied to a number of nongovernment paramilitary groups that sprang into existence throughout Germany beginning in December 1918, immediately after the nation's defeat in World War I. The Freikorps consisted of recently discharged veterans, both enlisted men and officers, as well as an admixture of unemployed and discontented civilian youths. By the 1920s, more than 65 corps were scattered throughout the...

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Free French Forces

The Free French Forces (Forces Françaises Libres) was the name applied to French citizens who fought overtly, as a military formation, against Germany and the Vichy Government after France fell as a result of the Battle of France. The Free French Forces had its origin in a BBC broadcast of June 18, 1940, by Charles de Gaulle from London to the French people. Commemorated in...

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Frank, Anne

Frank, Anne (1929–1945) young Holocaust victim whose published diary moved the world Annelies Marie Frank, better known as Anne Frank, was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, of Jewish parents. Her father, Otto Frank, a prosperous Frankfurt businessman, realized the gravity of Nazi anti-Semitism and, in 1933, left Germany with his wife and two daughters for what he assumed would be the safe haven of Amsterdam. The German...

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Candidature à un poste de pianiste.

Objet : Candidature à un poste de pianiste. Apostrophe, Pianiste, diplômé du Conservatoire, la musique est toute ma vie et en faire profiter les autres mon désir le plus cher. Intégrer votre orchestre serait donc pour moi la réalisation d'un grand rêve. Passionné par la musique depuis mon plus jeune âge, je m'intéresse à tous les styles et mon répertoire...

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