Heinz Wilhelm Guderian was a German general during World War II, noted for his
success as a leader of Panzer units in Poland and France and for partial ...
Includes Generaloberst Heinz Wilhelm Guderian biography written by Joerg Muth
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 ...
General Heinz Guderian (1888-1953) is responsible for developing the concept
of blitzkrieg, or fast-moving mechanized warfare, which propelled the German ...
For Colonel Heinz Guderian and other German officers whose careers spanned
the tumultuous period between the two world wars, the death of Field Marshal ...
Heinz Guderian was a notable German commander during World War II. A
pioneer of armored warfare, Heinz Guderian developed and advocated the
theory of ...
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
Rank: Colonel General Fate: Died Germany 1954, aged 65 Heinz Guderian
graduated from military school and joined the German army as a signals officer in
General Heinz Guderian's revolutionary strategic vision and his skill in armored
combat brought Germany its initial victories during World War II. Combining ...
Heinz Wilhelm Guderian was born in Kulm, West Prussia. He entered the Army in
1907 and was assigned under his father's battalion. During WW1, he was a ...