I think it is a interesting topic too
See this forinstance from:http://www.questiaschool.com/read/71161 ... %2C%201944
APPENDIX IV - ROMMEL'S SCHEDULE, March 23-June 4, 1944.
March 23-27: five-day inspection of Belgium and the Netherlands with Meise, Lattmann,
Tempelhoff, and Ruge. Met with General von Falkenhausen (a fellow conspirator) in
Brussels. Also visited Calais and Abbeville.
March 29: consulted with General Hermann Geyer, a highly respected general of infantry
and acknowledged defensive expert, at La Roche-Guyon. Geyer had been relieved by
Hitler on December 31, 1941--(for conducting an unauthorized retreat during the
Battle of Moscow)--and was never reemployed. To the Desert Fox's delight, Geyer
agreed with Rommel's concepts entirely.
March 30: inspected the Bay of the Seine sector, including the 711 th, 716th, 352nd, and
77th Infantry Divisions. Conferenced with Rundstedt in Rouen.
March 31: lunch with Admiral Krancke. Again unable to convince him to mine the Bay of
April 1: in Paris, inspecting a plant manufacturing reinforced concrete and a revolving
April 2: visit to 15th Army Headquarters.
April 3-5: inspecting on both sides of the Seine.
April 6: visited HQ, 19th Army.
April 7: in the Dieppe area, inspecting 245th Infantry Division.
April 8: at 15th Army Headquarters.
April 9: conference with Blumentritt, then Geyr.
April 10: meeting with Rundstedt to discuss the deployment of the panzer divisions.
April 11-14: visited Brittany; conferred with General Straube at St.-Malo. Inspected the defenses at and in the vicinity of Brest, Lorient, Saint-Nazaire, and Le Mans. Also inspected the engineer school at Angers.
April 15-16: at La Roche-Guyon. Met with Speidel, von Stü
lpnagel, von Lü
ttwitz, von Falkenhausen, and von Schwerin. Topic: how to overthrow the Nazi regime and establish contact with the Western Allies.
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Publication Information: Book Title: The Desert Fox in Normandy: Rommel's Defense of Fortress Europe. Contributors: Samuel W. Mitcham Jr. - author. Publisher: Praeger Publishers. Place of Publication: Westport, CT. Publication Year: 1997. Page Number: 209.
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