Alexander von Falkenhausen
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Who is Alexander von Falkenhausen?
Alexander von Falkenhausen: Alexander Ernst Alfred Hermann Freiherr von Falkenhausen was a German general. He was an important figure during the Sino-German cooperation to reform the Chinese Army. During World War II Germany ended its support for China and Falkenhausen was forced to withdraw from China. Back in Europe he later became the head of the military government of Belgium from 1940–44 during its occupation by Germany.
- also known as 亚历山大·冯·法肯豪森; Фалькенхаузен, Александр фон
- born on (137 years ago) in Province of Silesia
- nationality: Germany
- died on (49 years ago) in Nassau
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by Howard L. Boorman
After the return of Colonel-General von Seeckt to Berlin in March l935, Chiang had requested further German military assistance, and Hitler had complied by sending General Alexander von Falkenhausen to replace him. At the end of l937, the ...
The Holocaust Encyclopedia (2001)
by Baumel Judith Tydor Laqueur Walter, Walter Laqueur, Judith Tydor Baumel
Alexander von Falkenhausen. However, on – September they once more staged a series of mass raids in Brussels and Antwerp, netting approximately , persons. The German officer in charge in Antwerp, Erich Holm, employed a ...
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