Heinrich Alfred Hermann Walther von Brauchitsch (4 October 1881 – 18 October 1948) was a German field marshal and the Commander-in-Chief of the German Army in the early years of World War II. Born into an aristocratic military family, Brauchitsch joined the 3rd Guards Grenadier Regiment in 1901. He served on the staff of several formations that fought over a dozen major battles of World War I, serving with the XVI Corps, 34th Infantry Division and Guards Reserve Corps as a staff officer before taking part in no fewer than twenty-eight notable clashes on the Western Front, including the Battle of Verdun, the Battle of Armentières, the Battle at the Aisne, and the Battle of the Lys. For his service on the Western Front, he was awarded the Iron Cross and the House Order of Hohenzollern.

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  • هاينريش ألفريد هيرمان فون والتر (أكتوبر 1881-18 أكتوبر 1948) كان المشير الألماني وقائد الجيش في السنوات الأولى من الحرب العالمية الثانية. في عام 1933، جاء ادولف هتلر والحزب النازي إلى السلطة وبدأ في توسيع الجيش. كان رئيس منطقة الشرق العسكري البروسي. وكان تخصصه المدفعية. في عام 1937، أصبح قائدا للجيش في مجموعة الرابعة. (ar)
  • Heinrich Alfred Hermann Walther von Brauchitsch (4 October 1881 – 18 October 1948) was a German field marshal and the Commander-in-Chief of the German Army in the early years of World War II. Born into an aristocratic military family, Brauchitsch joined the 3rd Guards Grenadier Regiment in 1901. He served on the staff of several formations that fought over a dozen major battles of World War I, serving with the XVI Corps, 34th Infantry Division and Guards Reserve Corps as a staff officer before taking part in no fewer than twenty-eight notable clashes on the Western Front, including the Battle of Verdun, the Battle of Armentières, the Battle at the Aisne, and the Battle of the Lys. For his service on the Western Front, he was awarded the Iron Cross and the House Order of Hohenzollern. After Hitler's rise to power in 1933, Brauchitsch was put in charge of the East Prussian Military District, and became a popular officer because of his kindness to the civilian Prussian population in times of local fires. Although he personally disliked Nazism, he borrowed immense sums of money from Hitler and eventually became dependent on his financial help. Brauchitsch primarily served as Commander-in-Chief of the German Army before World WarII, from 1938, and during the two first years of war, until 1941. He played a key role in the Battle of France and oversaw the German military campaigns in Yugoslavia and Greece. For his part in Battle of France, Brauchitsch became one of 12 generals promoted to field marshal on 19 July 1940. After a first heart attack in November 1941 and the failed Moscow offensive in December 1941, Hitler dismissed him as Commander-in-Chief of the Army; he spent the rest of the war in enforced retirement, and never saw Hitler again. After World War II, Brauchitsch was arrested on charges of war crimes, but died of a heart attack in 1948 before he could be prosecuted. Brauchitsch married Elizabeth von Karstedt, an heiress from Brandenburg, in 1910, with whom he had three children. They were divorced in 1938 and, shortly after, he married Charlotte Rüffer. (en)
  • Heinrich Alfred Hermann Walther von Brauchitsch (Berlín, 4 de octubre de 1881 – Hamburgo, 18 de octubre de 1948) fue comandante en jefe del OKH (Alto Mando del Ejército) en los primeros años de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. (es)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch (* 4. Oktober 1881 in Berlin; † 18. Oktober 1948 in Hamburg) war ein deutscher Generalfeldmarschall und in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus von 1938 bis 1941 Oberbefehlshaber des Heeres. (de)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch, né le 4 octobre 1881 à Berlin, mort le 18 octobre 1948 à Hambourg, est un militaire allemand. Il est le commandant en chef de la Heer (Armée de terre allemande) au début de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. (fr)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch (Berlijn, 4 oktober 1881 – Hamburg, 18 oktober 1948) was een Duits generaal-veldmaarschalk tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Hij was de opvolger van opperbevelhebber Werner von Fritsch (februari 1938). Von Brauchitsch stond bekend als een volgzame persoonlijkheid met een zwak karakter. Onder andere deed hij de toezegging dat hij de Wehrmacht dichter bij de nazistische leer zou brengen. Von Brauchitsch viel in ongenade bij Hitler wegens onenigheid over een bevel om stand te houden tijdens het eerste winteroffensief van het Rode Leger na de Duitse inval in de Sovjet-Unie. Hij kreeg op zijn verzoek ontslag (eind 1941). (nl)
  • ヴァルター・ハインリヒ・アルフレート・ヘルマン・フォン・ブラウヒッチュ(独: Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch, 1881年10月4日 - 1948年10月18日)は、ドイツの軍人。最終階級は陸軍元帥。ドイツ国防軍の第2代陸軍総司令官を務めたが、モスクワの戦いの最中にヒトラーにより更迭された。 (ja)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch (ur. 4 października 1881 w Berlinie, zm 18 października 1948 w Hamburgu) – niemiecki feldmarszałek, naczelny dowódca niemieckich wojsk lądowych w okresie 1938-1942, zbrodniarz wojenny. (pl)
  • Heinrich Alfred Hermann Walther von Brauchitsch (Berlim, 4 de outubro de 1881 — Hamburgo, 18 de outubro de 1948) foi um oficial do exército alemão. Lutou nas duas grandes guerras mundiais. Em 1930 torna-se chefe do departamento de educação do exército alemão, tendo sido um dos principais responsáveis pela sua reorganização no período imediatamente anterior à Segunda Guerra Mundial, driblando as restrições impostas à Alemanha pelo Tratado de Versalhes. Tornou-se mais conhecido ao exercer o cargo de Comandante-em-Chefe da (Wehrmacht) de 1938 a 1941. (pt)
  • Ва́льтер Ге́нрих Альфре́д Ге́рман фон Бра́ухич (нем. Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch, 4 октября 1881, Берлин — 18 октября 1948, Гамбург) — главнокомандующий сухопутных войск (1938—1941), генерал-фельдмаршал немецкой армии (с 1940). (ru)
  • 瓦尔特·冯·布劳希奇(Walther von Brauchitsch)(1881年10月4日-1948年10月18日) 纳粹德国陆军总司令、德国陆军元帅。 (zh)
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  • هاينريش ألفريد هيرمان فون والتر (أكتوبر 1881-18 أكتوبر 1948) كان المشير الألماني وقائد الجيش في السنوات الأولى من الحرب العالمية الثانية. في عام 1933، جاء ادولف هتلر والحزب النازي إلى السلطة وبدأ في توسيع الجيش. كان رئيس منطقة الشرق العسكري البروسي. وكان تخصصه المدفعية. في عام 1937، أصبح قائدا للجيش في مجموعة الرابعة. (ar)
  • Heinrich Alfred Hermann Walther von Brauchitsch (Berlín, 4 de octubre de 1881 – Hamburgo, 18 de octubre de 1948) fue comandante en jefe del OKH (Alto Mando del Ejército) en los primeros años de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. (es)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch (* 4. Oktober 1881 in Berlin; † 18. Oktober 1948 in Hamburg) war ein deutscher Generalfeldmarschall und in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus von 1938 bis 1941 Oberbefehlshaber des Heeres. (de)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch, né le 4 octobre 1881 à Berlin, mort le 18 octobre 1948 à Hambourg, est un militaire allemand. Il est le commandant en chef de la Heer (Armée de terre allemande) au début de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. (fr)
  • ヴァルター・ハインリヒ・アルフレート・ヘルマン・フォン・ブラウヒッチュ(独: Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch, 1881年10月4日 - 1948年10月18日)は、ドイツの軍人。最終階級は陸軍元帥。ドイツ国防軍の第2代陸軍総司令官を務めたが、モスクワの戦いの最中にヒトラーにより更迭された。 (ja)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch (ur. 4 października 1881 w Berlinie, zm 18 października 1948 w Hamburgu) – niemiecki feldmarszałek, naczelny dowódca niemieckich wojsk lądowych w okresie 1938-1942, zbrodniarz wojenny. (pl)
  • Heinrich Alfred Hermann Walther von Brauchitsch (Berlim, 4 de outubro de 1881 — Hamburgo, 18 de outubro de 1948) foi um oficial do exército alemão. Lutou nas duas grandes guerras mundiais. Em 1930 torna-se chefe do departamento de educação do exército alemão, tendo sido um dos principais responsáveis pela sua reorganização no período imediatamente anterior à Segunda Guerra Mundial, driblando as restrições impostas à Alemanha pelo Tratado de Versalhes. Tornou-se mais conhecido ao exercer o cargo de Comandante-em-Chefe da (Wehrmacht) de 1938 a 1941. (pt)
  • Ва́льтер Ге́нрих Альфре́д Ге́рман фон Бра́ухич (нем. Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch, 4 октября 1881, Берлин — 18 октября 1948, Гамбург) — главнокомандующий сухопутных войск (1938—1941), генерал-фельдмаршал немецкой армии (с 1940). (ru)
  • 瓦尔特·冯·布劳希奇(Walther von Brauchitsch)(1881年10月4日-1948年10月18日) 纳粹德国陆军总司令、德国陆军元帅。 (zh)
  • Heinrich Alfred Hermann Walther von Brauchitsch (4 October 1881 – 18 October 1948) was a German field marshal and the Commander-in-Chief of the German Army in the early years of World War II. Born into an aristocratic military family, Brauchitsch joined the 3rd Guards Grenadier Regiment in 1901. He served on the staff of several formations that fought over a dozen major battles of World War I, serving with the XVI Corps, 34th Infantry Division and Guards Reserve Corps as a staff officer before taking part in no fewer than twenty-eight notable clashes on the Western Front, including the Battle of Verdun, the Battle of Armentières, the Battle at the Aisne, and the Battle of the Lys. For his service on the Western Front, he was awarded the Iron Cross and the House Order of Hohenzollern. (en)
  • Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch (Berlijn, 4 oktober 1881 – Hamburg, 18 oktober 1948) was een Duits generaal-veldmaarschalk tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Hij was de opvolger van opperbevelhebber Werner von Fritsch (februari 1938). Von Brauchitsch stond bekend als een volgzame persoonlijkheid met een zwak karakter. Onder andere deed hij de toezegging dat hij de Wehrmacht dichter bij de nazistische leer zou brengen. (nl)
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  • Walther von Brauchitsch (it)
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  • ヴァルター・フォン・ブラウヒッチュ (ja)
  • Walther von Brauchitsch (pl)
  • Walther von Brauchitsch (pt)
  • Браухич, Вальтер фон (ru)
  • 瓦尔特·冯·布劳希奇 (zh)
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