Reichswehreid articles on Wikipedia
Reichswehreid
The Reichswehreid and from August 1934 Führereid was the name for three different versions of the oath of allegiance of the German Armed Forces, called
Jul 6th 2016



Hitler oath
The term Hitler oath refers to the oaths of allegiance, or Reichswehreid, sworn by the officers and soldiers of the German Armed Forces and civil servants
May 12th 2017



Operation Valkyrie
required to free German soldiers from their oath of loyalty to him (Reichswehreid). After lengthy preparation, the plot was activated in 1944, but failed
Feb 28th 2017



Blomberg–Fritsch affair
seeking his own death. Bound by their personal oath to Hitler (the Reichswehreid of 1934, ironically ordered by Blomberg), many members of the Wehrmacht
Mar 10th 2017



Werner von Fritsch
come close to high treason with his letter as Fritsch had taken the Reichswehreid oath to defend democracy, and in calling for a putsch to destroy the
Apr 24th 2017



Freiherr von Blomberg family
Hindenburg, he personally ordered all soldiers in the army to pledge the Reichswehreid oath of allegiance not to Volk and Fatherland, but to the new Reichsprasident
Apr 17th 2017



Werner von Blomberg
all soldiers in the army and all sailors in the Navy to pledge the Reichswehreid (oath of allegiance) not to People and FatherlandFatherland, but to the new Führer
May 12th 2017



August 1934
AmericanAmerican politician A new law was decreed in Nazi Germany replacing the Reichswehreid with the Führereid (Hitler oath). The French newspaper Paris-Soir published
May 4th 2017



Hans von Seeckt
the Supreme Commander in Chief, and moreover Seeckt had violated the Reichswehreid oath, which committed the military to defending the republic. Seeckt
May 12th 2017



Nazism and the Wehrmacht
the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, and moreover Seeckt had violated the Reichswehreid, which committed the military to defending the republic. Seeckt ordered
May 15th 2017



Erich Raeder pre Grand Admiral
discharge. In participating in the Kapp putsch, Raeder had violated the Reichswehreid, the oath of allegiance that committed officers to upholding and defending
Apr 21st 2017





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