Kesselring

Kesselring is a German surname of:

  • Albert Kesselring (1885–1960), German field marshal
  • Fritz Kesselring (1897–1977), Swiss elektric engineer
  • Joseph Otto Kesselring (1902–1967), American writer
  • Jürg Kesselring (born 1951), Swiss neurologist
  • Micah Kesselring (born 1993), American musician
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Punisher Kills The Marvel Universe - Plot
... but hideously disfigured old man named Kesselring ... Kesselring introduces Castle to his associates, other disfigured and brain-damaged individuals, who reveal that they too were maimed in the crossfire of superhero/supe ... as after killing the Kingpin), jailed for mass murder and broken out by Kesselring ...
Albert Kesselring - Early Life
... Albert Kesselring was born in Marktsteft, Bavaria, on 30 November 1885, the son of Carl Adolf Kesselring, a schoolmaster and town councillor, and his wife Rosina, who was born a Kesselring, being Carl ... the Christian Ernestinum Secondary School in Bayreuth in 1904, Kesselring joined the German Army as an Fahnenjunker (officer cadet) in the 2nd Bavarian Foot Artillery Regiment ... Kesselring married Luise Anna Pauline (Liny) Keyssler, the daughter of an apothecary from Bayreuth, in 1910 ...
Siege Of Malta (World War II) - Luftwaffe Returns (December 1941—August 1942) - Axis Invasion Plan
... The Italians, in agreement with Kesselring, put invading Malta at the top of Axis priorities in the region ... Thanks to Kesselring's pounding of the island Rommel had his supply lines secured ... Kesselring complained ...
Joseph Kesselring
... Joseph Otto Kesselring (July 21, 1902 – November 5, 1967) was an American writer and playwright known best for his play Arsenic and Old Lace, written in 1939 and originally entitled ... Kesselring spent much of his life in and around the theater ... After two years, Kesselring left teaching and returned to the stage, working for two years with an amateur theatrical group in Niagara, New York ...