Hoepner

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Erich Hoepner - Life
... Hoepner was born in Frankfurt an der Oder, Brandenburg ... Hoepner was an early advocate of armoured warfare and was promoted to the rank of lieutenant-general and given command of the XVI Panzer Corps in 1938 ... Hoepner, often called "Der Alte Reiter" (the old cavalryman), led forces in the invasions of Poland (1939) and France (1940), receiving the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross ...
Battle Of Hannut - Battle On 12 May - Evening Action
... Reichenau, commander of the German 6th Army, ordered Hoepner to send XVI Corps forward to Gembloux to prevent the French from organising a defence, but ... XXVII Corps was still held up north of Liege 38 km east of Hannut, leaving Hoepner's southern flank exposed ... At 2000 Stever spoke to Hoepner, telling him he was certain two French mechanised divisions were before him, one to his front and one behind the Mehaigne river ...
Battle Of Hannut - Battle On 13 May - Morning Actions
... To the north, General Hoepner launched spoiling attacks and tied down the powerful French First Army, so that it could not intervene ... Hoepner believed the newly arrived 3rd Pz ... just south of the planned axis of Hoepner's attack ...
Gerhard Hecht - Professional Boxing Record
... KO 4 08/03/1958 Killesbergpark, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg Loss 47-8-3 Willi Hoepner PTS 12 20/09/1957 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg Germany BDB Light Heavyweight Title ... Hall PTS 10 16/09/1955 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg Win 44-4-1 Willi Hoepner KO 13 12/06/1955 Westfalenhallen, Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia EBU/Germa ... Loss 42-4-1 Willi Hoepner TKO 3 11/03/1955 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg EBU/Germany BDB Light Heavyweight Titles ...
Erich Hoepner
... Erich Hoepner (14 September 1886 – 8 August 1944) was a German general in World War II ... A successful panzer leader, Hoepner was executed after the failed 20 July Plot in 1944 ...