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Reichsleiter; 1940 Reich Minister for Armaments and Munitions; killed in 1942 in crash.
UIBERREITHER, DR. SIEGFRIED
Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter of Steiermark; Head of Civil Administration in Untersteier50 mark. SICIA
Staff Official in Rosenberg's Ministry for Occupied Eastern Territories, Chief of Staff of "Einsatzstab Rosenberg". VIETINGHOFF-SCHEEL, OTTO-HEINRICH von Generaloberst; C.-in-C. "South".
Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter
of Baden; Chief of Civil Administration in Alsace. WARLIMONT, WALTER
General; Deputy Chief of Operations Staff of OKW. WEICHS, MAXIMILIAN, Freiherr, von
Generaldfeldmarschall, Commander in Chief, Southeast and
Army Group F.
WEIZSAECKER, ERNST FREIHERR von
German Ambassador to the Holy See.
German Consul General in Tientsin and San Francisco; for
Hauptsturmfuehrer in Slovakia; Specialist on Jewish matters in Slovakia with Amt IV A4, Reichssicherheitshauptamt (Reich Main Security Office) 1940-1944.
Supreme SS and Police commander in Italy; Commander of the Italian SS Legion; General of the Waffen-SS at the Fuehrer's Headquarters; chief of the personal staff of the Reichsfuehrung SS; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer. ZEITZLER, KURT
CODE NAMES AND WORDS USED BY THE GERMAN HIGH COMMAND FOR OPERATIONS AND MEASURES
DURING THE WAR
Measures to be taken when Italy de
clared a separate armistice.
Capture of coast between Zara and
Two Italo-German convoys from Italy
Occupation of Egypt and the Suez
Occupation of North Italy and Unoc-
Invasion of Albania.
(a and b) Attacks on British ships in
Occupation of Unoccupied France, with
Occupation of Unoccupied France; re-
Delay attack, in Operation GELB.
(I & II) Occupation of East Baltic Is-
(a and b) Attacks on British ships in the North Atlantic by Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Hipper, etc. December 1940-January 1941.
Withdrawal of troops from Finland. Attacks in Baltic Islands and near Finland.
Part of planned attack on Caspian Sea, 1942.
Operation around Stalingrad.
Transfer of "Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, and Prinz Eugen" through the English Channel, 1942.
Danish fishing vessel "Sursum Corda" spying on English Coast and later called ERICH.
Part of operation GRUEN.
Execute attack, in Operation GELB.
Scheer and Hipper operating in Arctic,
Operation around Baku and Caspian
Rescue of Mussolini, 1943.
Attack on Cos, 1943.
Moving of the "Hipper" to Drontheim. Blockade running, Bay of Biscay, 1943. "Koeln" operating against UK-Russia convoys. Name changed to MEISENBALZ, 1942
Part of operation SEEKRIEG, planned
Combing out certain Adriatic Islands.
Operations along the Volga, to Astra-
Intended mining of Dardanelles, September 1944.
Capture of Vis and other Adriatic Is
Defense of Danzig.
Operation in French area.
Invasion of Holland, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
Occupation of Spain.
Invasion of Czechoslovakia.
The plan to assassinate Gen. Giraud. Attacks diversionary to BARBAROSSA by troops from Norway against Scotland, 1941.
Attacks on Arctic convoys.
Landing on Scotch Coast; diversion to
Evacuation of Adriatic coast.
Naval operations in Baltic and North
Norwegian operations, 1940.
Voyage of Japanese submarines to
Occupation of Italian-occupied Balkan
Unidentified operation circa February
Projected annexation of Corsica, 1941.
Projected operation against Gibraltar.
Attack on Murmansk railroad near
Naval operational group in Mediterra-
Operation involving collaboration with
Invasion of Greece, 1941.
Invasion of Crete, 1941.
Ship cruising in Swedish water gathering various information, 1935.
A planned landing in England.
The economic counterpart of BARBA-
Annexation of Austria, 1938; also fre-
Attacks against Arctic convoy, P.Q. 20,
Operations of the Bismarck. [OVIATW
Defense of German bases in Estonia.Ami
Paratrooper attack around Maikop. Part of operation SEEKRIEG (Landing on East English coast) including attack on Norwegian convoy, February 1940.
Invasion of Great Britain.
Operation in Norway, 1941 (cutting off
Naval operations in Baltic and North
SONDERSTAB F... Military mission to assist Iraq rebellion
Capturing Tripoli and Malta (1941).