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  • ...hich also can be a civil or ceremonial rank. It may have a suffix such as Marshal of the Soviet Union. ...e naval and air equivalents, such as Admiral of the Fleet/Fleet Admiral or Marshal of the Royal Air Force/General of the Air Force.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Field marshal]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Field marshal]]
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  • {{main|Field marshal}} ...[general]], giving them protocol equivalence to British and Soviet [[field marshal]]s:
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  • ...eptember, plans for a move against Hitler were formulated, involving Field Marshal [[Erwin von Witzleben]], the Army commander of the Berlin Military Region a ...unleash a new and even more terrible war in the east. As a nephew of Field Marshal [[Fedor von Bock]], he was very well connected. Assigned to the staff of hi
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  • ...Navy)|Admiral of the Fleet]], [[Field Marshal (UK)|Field Marshal]], and [[Marshal of the Royal Air Force]]. He was also made Captain-General of the [[Royal M ...the [[National emblem of Greece|arms of Greece]], a white cross on a blue field. The third quarter depicted the arms of the Mountbatten family, five black
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  • {{r|Field marshal}} {{r|George C. Marshall}}
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  • | [[General of the Army]] [[George C. Marshall]] | [[Field Marshal]] [[Alan Brooke]]
    990 B (140 words) - 17:05, 3 July 2010
  • ...was the only [[Australian Army]] soldier ever to rise to the rank of Field Marshal.<ref>{{citation
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  • (1760 – 1831) Prussian field marshal; the greatest Prussian general since Frederick the Great.
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  • ...us post as vice chief of staff, and then served as chief of staff to Field Marshal [[Iwao Oyama]], in which post he was considered the key planner. He advocat | title = GEN. KODAMA DEAD.; He Was Field Marshal Oyama's Chief of Staff In the Russian War.
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  • Field Marshal of [[Nazi Germany]] who headed the [[Oberkommando der Wehrmacht]]; executed
    159 B (21 words) - 10:22, 24 February 2009
  • Field Marshal of the [[British Army]], 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, senior British
    185 B (25 words) - 16:09, 12 June 2009
  • (1875-1953) German [[Field Marshal]]; commanded [[army group]]s in Poland, France and Russia; commander-in-c
    197 B (26 words) - 07:25, 28 December 2010
  • ...al and Commander of Defence District II, Stettin. In 1938 he was appointed Field Commander of Army Group 3 (Dresden). ...etween November 1939 and February 1940, to Army Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal [[Walter von Brauchitsch]]. Blaskowitz documented many instances of raping,
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  • ...ar more soldiers, and thus more firepower in 1914. The great planner Field Marshal [[Alfred von Schlieffen]] had solved this problem in 1905 by relying on sup ...decisions. In Germany, however, General [[Erich von Ludendorff]] and Field Marshal [[Paul von Hindenburg]] bypassed civilian officials and made basic national
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  • A Field Marshal of the regular army of Nazi Germany, although himself quite openly anti-Naz
    232 B (35 words) - 21:44, 28 November 2010
  • ...as Prince Higashikuni, uncle of and advisor to Emperor [[Hirohito]]; field marshal, [[Imperial Japanese Army]]; briefly [[Prime Minister of Japan]] for the "s
    283 B (33 words) - 20:28, 29 August 2010
  • *Field Marshal [[Wilhelm List]], who had commanded the Twelfth Army, which was responsible *Field Marshal Maximilian von Weichs, supreme commander of German forces in this region 19
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  • ...es a major confrontation in August 1942, when Hitler was critical of Field Marshal [[Walther List]] for failing to take Baku in the Caucasus. Hitler sent Jodl ...e would no longer eat at the same table as Keitel or Jodl. Assuming Field Marshal Paulus would triumph at Stalingrad, Hitler planned to replace Jodl with him
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  • First commanded by Field Marshal [[Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb]], then [[Georg von Kuechler]] and [[Walter Mode
    271 B (38 words) - 08:34, 8 January 2011
  • [[Imperial Japanese Army]] field marshal, commanding in the [[Russo-Japanese War]]; [[Chief of Staff (Imperial Japan
    221 B (25 words) - 22:20, 6 September 2010

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