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Alfred Jodl (1890–1946)

Colonel General Alfred Jodl was Chief of Operations in the High Command of the Wehrmacht from 1940 until the end of the war. At the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials Jodl was charged with approving orders that violated the rules of war. He was found guilty and hanged on 16th October, 1946. See full bio »

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 1948 Nuremberg (Documentary)
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[6/30/40] The final German victory over England is now only a question of time.


He was posthumously declared not guilty of war crimes by a West German court in 1953, although that verdict was later overturned following pressure from the United States. See more »


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