Heinz Wilhelm Guderian (German: ɡuˈdeʀi̯an]; 17 June 1888 – 14 May 1954)
was a German general during World War II, noted for his success as a leader ...
Heinz Guderian is considered to be the father of Blitzkrieg – the method of
attacking that took all nations by surprise up to 1941 in World War Two. Heinz ...
Heinz Guderian, (born June 17, 1888, Kulm, Ger.—died May 14, 1954,
Schwangau bei Füssen, W.Ger.), German general and tank expert who became
one of ...
Heinz Guderian, the son of an army officer, was born in Kulm, Germany, on 17th
June, 1888. He joined the German Army and was commissioned in the Jaegers ...
After brief service with this unit, he was dispatched to a military academy at Metz. As the year passed, Guderian
was given command of the XIX Army Corps in preparation for the invasion of Poland.
Returning to his advance on Moscow, Guderian
and German forces were ha... More »
General Heinz Guderian (1888-1953) is responsible for developing the concept
of blitzkrieg, or fast-moving mechanized warfare, which propelled the German ...
Jul 20, 2008 ... After service as a staff officer in World War One, Heinz Guderian became first a
signals, then a transport officer. It was this background, above ...
Heinz Guderian (June 17, 1888 – May 14, 1954) was a German WWII general
and tank commander, theorist of tank combat and one of the founders of blitzkrieg
May 11, 2007 ... At the roots of Blitzkrieg, Heinz Guderian was instrumental in developing the
tactics and strategy that would propel Nazi Germany to many early ...
General Heinz Guderian's revolutionary strategic vision and his skill in armored
combat brough Germany its initial victories during World War II. Combining ...