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Images 276-280

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Field-Marschal Erwin Rommel and General-Major Habicht inspecting Paris installations (from postcard with Rommel's signature)


General-Major Habicht in Paris office, ""As Paris was about to be taken by the Americans and the French, Hitler gave instructions to start blowing things up. Habicht refused the orders. He was sent for by Hitler to come to Berlin and he refused to go. He knew that you don't defy Hitler's orders and get by with it. He surrendered himself to the British."


Hilde Osberghaus, Linscott's secretary


Central Supply, 115th General Hospital - Hanni, Ina, Elizabeth, Lt. Hyman


Inamaria Habicht


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