Discussions on High Command, strategy and the Armed Forces (Wehrmacht) in general.
sons of anzac
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I have seen many references over time claiming western allied or Soviet spies inside the higher echelons of the OKW / OKH / Nazi political apparatus. Apart from Admiral Canaris and General Oster in the Ahwehr I can't recall any definite names placed against the rumours ,/ references backed up by facts in the time since the war. With the passing of time and the gradual demise of limits on information due to secrecy provisions can anyone name some definite spies / leakers and who they were providing information to?
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Paul Thümmel (15 January 1902 – 20 April 1945), aka Agent A-54
Nobody expects the Fallschirm! Our chief weapon is surprise; surprise and fear; fear and surprise. Our 2 weapons are fear and surprise; and ruthless efficiency. Our *3* weapons are fear, surprise, and ruthless efficiency; and almost fanatical devotion