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Wilhelm Keitel (I) (1882–1946)

Wilhelm Keitel was born on September 22, 1882 in Helmscherode, Germany as Wilhelm Bodewin Johann Gustav Keitel. He was married to Lisa Fontaine. He died on October 16, 1946 in Nuremberg, Germany. See full bio »


(age 64) in Nuremberg, Germany

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 1945 The Fall of Berlin (Documentary)
 1942 Puolustusvoimain katsaus 52 (Documentary short)
 1941 Victory in the West (Documentary)
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Instead of attacking Russia, we should have strangled the British Empire by closing the Mediterranean. The first step in the operation would have been the conquest of Gibraltar. That was another great opportunity we missed. See more »


He is referred to, by name, in Winston Churchill's V-E Day speech, 8 May 1945. See more »


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