Erich Marcks

Erich Marcks (6 June 1891 – 12 June 1944) was a German general in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He authored the first draft of the operational plan, ''Operation Draft East'', for Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union, advocating what was later known as A-A line as the goal for the Wehrmacht to achieve, within nine to seventeen weeks. Marcks studied philosophy in Freiburg in 1909. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1915
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1932
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1910
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1909
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1963
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1932
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1920
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1939
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1939
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1916
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by Marcks, Erich
Published 1927
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