Wilhelm Keitel before the capitulation of Nazi Germany

Wilhelm Keitel


Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel riding in a car with Soviet officers for the signing of the unconditional surrender of Germany.
Wilhelm Bodewin Johann Gustav Keitel (22 September 1882 Helmsherode, Duchy of Braunschweig (today Lower Saxony) – October 16, 1946, Nuremberg, Bavaria) – German military leader, chief of staff of the Supreme Command of the Wehrmacht (German armed forces) – OKW (1938-1945), Field Marshal (1940). He signed the act of capitulation of Germany, who completed the Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union and World War II in Europe.




Place: Berlin, Germany
Shooting time: May 8, 1945
Author: Ivan Shahin

In : 1945

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