Max Immelmann belonged to the most successful German fighter pilots of the first world war, whose well-known flight maneuver, the Immelmann role is still known today and a cornerstone of the tactics of a dogfight. (more…)...Mehr lesen
Oswald Boelcke was not only one of the most successful German fighter pilots in the First World War, he also developed with the Dicta Boelcke the first basis for aviators, whose principle worked until the Second World War into it. (more…)...Mehr lesen
Freiherr Manfred Albrecht von Richthofen
Freiherr Manfred Albrecht von Richthofen was not only the most successful German fighter pilot in the First World War, he was also the best-known German pilot, who is known as the Red Baron to this day due to his red-painted plane after the war. (more…)...Mehr lesen
Alfred von Tirpitz
Alfred von Tirpitz was not only German Grand Admiral but also State Secretary of the Imperial Navy Office and built under Kaiser Wilhelm II, the German Navy to one of the most powerful naval forces of his time.(more…)...
Helmuth Johannes Ludwig von Moltke
Helmuth Johannes Ludwig von Moltke was a Prussian professional officer who was instrumental in declaring Austria-Hungary to declare war on Serbia, thus immediately triggering the First World War, which completely overburdened him and quickly ended his military career. (more…)...Mehr lesen
Erich von Falkenhayn
Erich von Falkenhayn was one of the leading personalities who led the German Empire to a war against Serbia and thus into the First World War. He led the great general staff, devastated hundreds of thousands of soldiers in the Battle of Verdun and led German troops into Rumania and Ottoman armies.
Erich Ludendorff was one of the most famous German generals in the First World War, served as deputy Paul von Hindenburg in the highest army command and was instrumental in the failed spring offensive of the Germans in 1918. After the war Ludendorff was politically active in several ethnic groups, was a member of the Reichstag...Mehr lesen
Paul von Hindenburg
Paul von Hindenburg is one of the most important and famous people in German history. Von Hindenburg witnessed the German-French War, the proclamation of the German Empire in the Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles and led the German army in the First World War. During his lifetime, a professional soldier and supporter of...Mehr lesen
Emperor Wilhelm II.
Wilhelm II was not only King of Prussia, but also Emperor of the German Empire. Under his rule, the empire flourished, but also went into one of the most terrible wars, the First World War. The abdication of Wilhelm II ended the monarchy in Germany. (more…)...Mehr lesen