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- Adolf Hitler : (1889–1945) Politician in Germany; became 1921 Nazi Party leader, 1933 Reichskanzler (Chancellor), then 1934 as der Führer dictator before and during World War II.
- German military forces : German military traditions and organization from pre-19th century unification, through the World Wars, through reunification
- World War II : War between the Allies (most notably the UK, US and Soviet Union) and the Axis (principally Germany and Japan) 1939–1945.
- Military doctrine : The fundamental principles of a military organization.
- Grand strategy : The application of all national means of affecting the actions of other nations and non-national actors; specifically includes but is not restricted to military means
- Strategy : Add brief definition or description
- Operational art : A level of military power at which forces in the field, or deployed from the homeland, can determine the place and conditions of battle
- Tactics : Military concepts and techniques used to fight a battle once battle is joined.
- Logistics : "The science of planning and carrying out the movement and maintenance of forces." (Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms)
- Blitzkrieg : A military doctrine involving the breakthrough, at key points of the enemy lines, of highly mobile forces, usually of high technology for the time, which would then disrupt the enemy rear
- Nazi secret weapons : Add brief definition or description
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- Eben Emael : Add brief definition or description
- Battle of Britain : Those German offensive air strikes, and British defense, with which the Germans had intended to establish air supremacy for their proposed invasion of Britain
- Operation Barbarossa : The German invasion of the Soviet Union, beginning on June 22, 1941
- Battle of the Bulge : In the Second World War, the final German counteroffensive in the Ardennes region of western Europe
- Winston Churchill : British Prime Minister and war leader during the Second World War from 1940 to 1945; second term from 1951 to 1955. Won the Nobel Prize for Literature as a historian. Churchill would also get deeply involved in military decisions, but he would usually accept guidance from his professional military staff
- Staff (military) : A military organization to extend the capabilities of a commander, by providing services from personal assistance to presenting alternative plans and managing the details of warfare
- War college : Educational institutions operated by military organizations for officers, and civilian politicomilitary counterparts, expected to go into senior roles; the typical attendee is a senior lieutenant colonel or equivalent
- Staff college : Military-operated educational institutes that train midlevel officers to take on staff responsibilities beyond the small unit level; typical students are approximately at the rank major or equivalent, often junior majors or promising captains
- Historiography of Hitler : The approaches taken by historians and groups of historians in analyzing the life of Adolf Hitler
- Hitler and his youth : Ancestry, boyhood and adolescence of Adolf Hitler
- Hitler in Vienna : Adolf Hitler's formative years, between 1907 and 1913, in Vienna, Austria
- Hitler as soldier : Adolf Hitler's military service in World War I, and his postwar work for the Army that led him to the predecessors of the Nazi Party
- Hitler and his personal life : Adult friendships, possible sexuality and spirituality of Adolf Hitler
- Political beginnings of Hitler : Adolf Hitler's 1919 entry into politics, his developing the Nazi Party and taking into government, and his negotiations before becoming Weimar Chancellor
- Hitler becomes Weimar Chancellor : Adolf Hitler's becoming head of government in 1933, and the consolidation of Nazi power until the beginning of wartime footing in 1938