Otto von Stülpnagel
Otto von Stülpnagel (1878-1948) is a German officer during the Première and the Second world war.
Since 1898, it is used in the Prussian regiment of the guard for foot. It takes share with the First World War. Following this one, it belongs to a group of officers seeking to destroy the Weimar Republic. Starting from 1933, he becomes a partisan of Hitler.
During the Second world war, he is recalled to serve in the armed forces whereas he was with the retirement. In October 1940, it is named chief of the German occupying forces in France, and military governor of Paris. He exerts a wild repression against the French Résistance following attacks against German soldiers. It orders in particular the execution of hostages following the attack of Fabien on August 21st, 1941, or with Nantes or Bordeaux.
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