4 edition of Records of the German Naval High Command, 1935-1945 found in the catalog.
Records of the German Naval High Command, 1935-1945
|Statement||compiled by Timothy P. Mulligan|
|Series||Guides to microfilmed records of the German Navy, 1850-1945 -- no. 3, Guides to the microfilmed records of the German Navy, 1850-1945 -- no. 3|
|Contributions||Mulligan, Timothy, United States. National Archives and Records Administration, Germany. Kriegsmarine. Oberkommando|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 24 p.|
|Number of Pages||24|
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No Records of the German Naval High Command, (NARA, ). See Microfilm Publication T, rollsfor other German navy records prior to No. 4: Records of German Navy Operational Commands in World War II (to be published by NARA in ; draft copy available).
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A list of German naval files microfilmed in the Admiralty for Australia by Great Britain (Book) Records of Headquarters, German Navy High Command: (OKM) [Record group ] by. Captured German Navy Records Microfilmed in London, England, U.K.
Records of the German Navy,Received from the United States Naval History Division. Microfilm Publication T 4, rolls. Finding aids: Guides to the Microfilmed Records of the German Naval High Command of the German Navy, No U-Boats and T-Boats, (National Archives, ).
Also. The Kriegsmarine (German pronunciation: [ˈkʁiːksmaˌʁiːnə], lit. '"War Navy"') was the navy of Nazi Germany from to It superseded the Imperial German Navy of the German Empire (–) and the inter-war Reichsmarine (–) of the Weimar Kriegsmarine was one of three official branches, along with the Heer and the Luftwaffe of the Branch: Wehrmacht.
Karl Dönitz (sometimes spelled Doenitz; German: [ˈdøːnɪts] (); 16 September – 24 December ) was a German admiral during the Nazi era who briefly succeeded Adolf Hitler as the German head of state in As Supreme Commander of the Navy sincehe played a major role in the naval history of World War Nuremberg Trials court convicted him of Chancellor: Joseph Goebbels, Lutz Graf Schwerin.
Guides to Microfilm Records of the German Navy Records of the German Naval High Command by Timothy P. Mulligan Price: $ Add to cart. No Records of the German Naval High Command, (NARA, ). See Microfilm Publication T, rollsfor other German navy records prior to No.
4: Records of German Navy Operational Commands in World War II (NARA, ). See also: A Catalogue of Selected Files of the German Naval Archives Microfilmed at. The Nazi German Navy, Kriegsmarine, was formed in May of It was formed after the passing of the "Law for the Reconstruction of the National Defense Forces".
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This important work explains why Hitler s navy was such a potent force. This guide will help you find records at The National Archives relating to Royal Navy operations and actions that took place between and Naval high command.
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