Kesselring


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Kesselring

(ˈkɛsəlrɪŋ)
n
(Biography) Albert (ˈalbɛrt). 1885–1960, German field marshal. He commanded the Luftwaffe attacks on Poland, France, and Britain (1939–40), and was supreme commander in Italy (1943–45) and on the western front (1945)
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