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Moltke

1. Count Helmuth Johannes Ludwig von . 1848--1916, German general; chief of the German general staff (1906--14)
2. his uncle Count Helmuth Karl Bernhard von . 1800--91, German field marshal; chief of the Prussian general staff (1858--88)
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Through his research for "A Journey to Kreisau" Smith became friends with Freya von Moltke, who spent her final years living in Vermont and died Jan.
At Morgan Stanley, von Moltke covered brokerages, exchanges and financial technology companies.
An international cast of contributors write in sections exploring an introduction to the issues, institutional interplay and its application to biosafety and trade, conclusions, and extensive tributes to Konrad von Moltke, an innovator in the study of regime overlap and a pioneer of ideas to bring greater coherence to international governance.
The play tells the real-life story of Helmuth James von Moltke and Freya von Moltke, central figures in the German resistance to the Nazis.
It enabled key individuals to exonerate their own actions while blaming the shortcomings of others for the defeat (focusing their critiques particularly on the chief of the General Staff, Helmuth von Moltke, but also on Colonel Hentsch and on General von Billow).
ENPNewswire-August 23, 2019--DB-Letter from James von Moltke, Chief Financial officer, in response to the American Banker
According to an internal memo seen by news agency Reuters, any new hires would need explicit approval from the bank's chief executive Christian Sewing, his deputy Karl von Rohr and finance boss James von Moltke.
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According to Bloomberg, chief financial officer James von Moltke said, 'We're not taking that pessimistic a view on the German economy and are seeing some signs of stability in the European economy.
Given the importance of the historiographical debate on Schlieffen and the younger Moltke, they provide extensive coverage of the tenures of these two men at the helm of the General Staff.
When war broke out, Kaiser Wilhelm told the chief of the General Staff, General Helmuth von Moltke the Younger, that he wanted to stay on the defensive in the west and attack in the east.
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