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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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Girls perceive their stepfathers more negatively than the boys (Hetherington and Jodl, 1994; Vuchinich, 1991).
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." That did not, of course, require the dismemberment of the British Empire.
Jodl was an influential proponent for the Battle of Britain and was optimistic about the potential success in bombing Britain.
In addition Parents influence approval or disapproval to certain professions and childrens financial dependency upon parents have also restricted children to select the careers of their choices (Jodl et.
When fathers do engage in sexuality conversations they have been shown to talk more, share more, and give more advice to their sons than to their daughters (Averett, Benson, & Valliancourt, 2008; Heisler, 2005; Hosley & Montemayor, 1997; Larson & Richards, 1994; Risch, Jodl, & Eccles, 2004; Shulman & Seiffge-Krenke, 1997).
German representative Colonel General Alfred Jodl signed the unconditional act of surrender to Allied representatives in a Reims, France schoolhouse on May 7, 1945.
Faz por isso sentido reflectir sobre o seu papel enquanto facilitadores do processo de separacao-individuacao, num misto de aprendizagem mutua, proteccao e valorizacao pessoal (Bouchey, Shoulberg, Jodl, & Eccles, 2010).
As an indication of the mood in the German high command, Yeide quotes Alfred Jodl, the German chief of staff, who in captivity confessed, "The war was alreadv lost in the West at the time of the breakthrough and the beginning of the war of movement in France." As with Ellis, this fends to reduce Patton to a mere pursuer, impressive when chasing a fleeing foe, less so when meeting determined opposition.
63); "the Russian colossus will prove to be a pig's bladder," said Alfred Jodl, one of Hitler's confidents: "Prick it and it will burst" (p.
Signing the surrender for Germany was General Gustav Jodl.
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