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Jodl

(German ˈjodəl)
n
(Biography) Alfred (ˈalfreːt). 1890–1946, German general, largely responsible for German strategy during World War II: executed as a war criminal
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According to Jodl, even before the Dunkirk evacuation, right after the initial breakthrough in the Ardennes, Hitler busied himself "with the peace treaty which shall express this theme: return of territory robbed over the last 400 years from the German people.
Jodl was an influential proponent for the Battle of Britain and was optimistic about the potential success in bombing Britain.
Afterwards, Jodl spoke briefly, saying the Germans had given themselves up "for better or worse into the victors' hands.
Ciseo, Jodl Lipe, Director Marketing Consumer Products Group, 949-823-3000,, p.
The IMT prosecuted twenty-two defendants: Julius Streicher, Hermann Wilhelm Goering, Martin Bormann, Rudolf Hess, Alfred Rosenberg, Joachim yon Ribbentrop, Constantin yon Neurath, Franz yon Papen, Hjalmar Schacht, Walter Emanuel Funk, Wilhelm Frick, Baldur yon Shirach, Ernst Kaltenbrunnner, Wilhelm Keitel, Alfred Jodl, Erich Raeder, Karl Doenitz, Hans Frank, Artur Seyss-Inquart, Albert Speer, Fritz Sauckel, and Hans Fritzsche.
12 foram condenados a forca--Bormann, julgado in absentia, Frank, Frick, Goering, Jodl, Kaltenbrunner, Keitel, Ribbentrop, Rosenberg, Sauckel, SeyssInquart e Streicher-, 3 receberam prisao perpetua--Funk, Hess e Raeder-, 2 foram condenados a 20 anos de reclusao--Schirach e Speer-, Von Neurath foi sentenciado a 15 anos de prisao, Doenitz a 10 anos; 3 foram absolvidos--Fritzsche, Von Papen e Schacht.
Jackson, Roman Andreyevich Rudenko, Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim yon Ribbentrop, Albert Speer, Alfred Jodl.
Six other generals, among whom was Col-Gen Alfred Jodl, chief of Hitler's personal staff, and two admirals were included in a list of those who suffered "slight injuries".
78) The military officers were Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel, Chief of the High Command of the Armed Forces; Colonel-General Alfred Jodl, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht or OKW); and Admiral Erich Raeder, Commander of the Navy (Kreigsmarine).
Research has documented that racial minorities have equal or greater educational aspirations than Whites (see, for example, Jodl, Michael, Malanchuk, Eccles, & Sameroff, 2001; Qian & Blair, 1999).
Along with the political leadership of Nazi Germany, the chiefs of staff of the German army, Alfred Jodl and Wilhelm Keitel, were also charged with waging aggressive war.
Along with the political leadership of Nazi Germany, thechiefsofstaffoftheGerman army, Alfred Jodl andWilhelm Keitel, were also charged with waging aggressive war.