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Kesselring

Albert . 1885--1960, German field marshal. He commanded the Luftwaffe attacks on Poland, France, and Britain (1939--40), and was supreme commander in Italy (1943--45) and on the western front (1945)
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Kesselring was very active with the Navy League on the West Coast, and held many positions including National Director of Western Region.
Kesselring and his able subordinates, most notably Fridolin von Senger und Etterlin and Heinrich von Vietinghoff, conducted a masterful defensive campaign that held the Allied forces at Monte Cassino for months.
Humm AM, Beer S, Kool J, Magistris MR, Kesselring J, Rosler KM.
Anatomy of Perjury: Field Marshal Albert Kesselring, Via Rasella, and the GINNY Mission is a scholarly treatise piecing together the answer to a World War II mystery--and the lies that enabled German Field Marshal Albert Kesselring to escape execution for his war crime.
Kesselring was quick to exploit the seam between British and American troops at Salerno and nearly succeeded in pushing them back into the sea.
Field-Marshal Albert Kesselring was one of Germany's top military strategists who commanded air fleets during the invasion of France and Battle of Britain.
Adam Bock's "Swimming in the Shallows," Adriano Shaplin's "Pugilist Specialist" and Deb Margolin's Kesselring Prize winner "Three Seconds in the Key" are among the recent prominent Off Broadway offerings that will see publication this year--but not from either of the theater world's big two publishing and licensing houses, Samuel French and Dramatists Play Service.
Mary Bly took office as president for a second term, Mary Kesselring became first vice president for programs and Jo Kollar was reinstalled as corresponding secretary.
Field Marshall Albert Kesselring, the German Commander in Chief South, who observed that "one disappointment followed another," wondered if the Italian defenders were guilty of "cowardice or treachery.