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Taylorthe commander of the US st Airborne Divisionwho treated him courteously, allowing him to keep his weapons and field marshal's baton, and to visit the Eastern Front headquarters of Army Groups Centre and South at Zeltweg and Graz unescorted. Taylor arranged for Kesselring and his staff to move into a hotel at Berchtesgaden. In his post-war memoirs, Kesselring claimed he envisaged making a start on the rehabilitation of Germany following the end of the war. On 15 MayKesselring was taken to Mondorf-les-Bains where his baton and decorations were taken from him and he was incarcerated.
By the end of the war, for many Italians, the name of Kesselring, whose signature appeared on posters and printed orders announcing draconian measures adopted by the German occupation, had become synonymous with the oppression and terror that had characterised the German occupation. Kesselring's name headed the list of German officers blamed for a long series of atrocities perpetrated by the German forces. The Moscow Declaration of October promised that "those German officers and men and members of the Nazi party who have been responsible for or have taken a consenting part in the above atrocities, massacres and executions will be sent back to the countries in which their abominable deeds were done in order that they may be judged and punished according to the laws of these liberated countries and of free governments which will be erected therein.
The British held two major trials against the top German war criminals who had perpetrated crimes during the Italian campaign. For political reasons it was decided to hold the trials in Italy,  but a request by Italy to allow an Italian judge to participate was denied on the grounds that Italy was not an Allied country. This decision put the trials on a shaky legal basis, as foreign nationals were being tried for crimes against foreigners in a foreign country.
Both were sentenced to death on 30 November Kesselring's own trial began in Venice on 17 February Colonel Richard C. Kesselring's ability to pay his legal team was hampered because his assets had been frozen by the Allies, but his legal costs were eventually met by friends in South America and relatives in Franconia. Kesselring was arraigned on two charges: the shooting of Italians in the Ardeatine massacre, and incitement to kill Italian civilians.
Rather, Kesselring maintained that the order to kill ten Italian civilians for each German soldier killed by partisans was "just and lawful". ByBritish military tribunals had sentenced Germans to death and another to custodial sentences. None of the death sentences imposed between the end of and were carried out.
He was found guilty and shot on 1 December These applied very different legal standards from the British — ones which were often more favourable to the defendants. He was released in The death verdict against Kesselring generated outrage in the United Kingdom, where Kesselring was viewed sympathetically by his former foes, including the former Prime MinisterWinston Churchilland Alexander, who sent a telegram to Prime Minister Clement Attlee in which he expressed his hope that Kesselring's sentence would be commuted.
Kesselring and his soldiers fought against us hard but clean. In a May interview, Leese said he was "very sad" to hear of what he considered "British victor's justice" being imposed on Kesselring, an "extremely gallant soldier who had fought his battles fairly and squarely". The Italian government refused to carry out death sentences, as the death penalty had been abolished in Italy in and was regarded as a relic of Mussolini's Fascist regime.
The Italian decision was very disappointing to the British government because the trials had partly been intended to meet the expectations of the Italian public.
According to Kesselring, he declined the offer on the grounds that it would be seen as a confession of guilt. Kesselring resumed his work on a history of the war that he was writing for the US Army's Historical Division. Rommel (4) - Indiscriminata Attack Two (Cassette) manuscript was smuggled out by Irmgard Horn-Kesselring, Rainer's mother, who typed it at her home. An influential group assembled in Britain to lobby for his release from prison.
With the establishment of West Germany inand the advent of the Cold War between the former Allies and the Soviet Union, it became inevitable that the German armed forces would be revived in some form, and there were calls for amnesty for military prisoners as a condition for German military participation in the Western Alliance.
In JulyKesselring was diagnosed with a cancerous growth in his throat. Kesselring was transferred to a hospital, under guard. Inwhile still in hospital, Kesselring accepted the honorary presidency of three veterans' organisations. The first was the Luftwaffenringconsisting of Luftwaffe veterans. The Verband deutsches Afrikakorpsthe veterans' association of the Afrika Korpssoon followed. More controversial was the presidency of the right-wing veterans' association, Der Stahlhelm.
Leadership of this organisation tarnished his reputation. The response from the organisation was unenthusiastic. Kesselring's release caused outcry and indignation in the Italian Parliament.
Kesselring reacted provocatively, claiming that he had saved the lives of millions of Italians by not following certain orders, and that they ought to build him a monument. In response, on 4 DecemberPiero Calamandreian Italian jurist, soldier, university professor, and politician, who had been a leader of the Italian resistance movementpenned an anti-fascist poem, Lapide ad ignominia "A Monument to Ignominy".
In the poem, Calamandrei stated that if Kesselring returned he would indeed find a monument, but one stronger than stone, composed of Italian resistance fighters who "willingly took up arms, to preserve dignity, not to promote hate, and who decided to fight back against the shame and terror of the world".
Calamandrei's poem appears on monuments in the towns of CuneoMontepulciano and Sant'Anna di Stazzema. The English edition was published a year later as A Soldier's Record.
Kesselring's contentions that the Luftwaffe was not defeated in the air in the Battle of Britain and that Operation Sea Lion —the invasion of Britain—was thought about, but never seriously planned, were controversial. The book sold well,  but critics were cautious.
While recognising his talents as a general, Die Zeit noted that Kesselring "clearly never posed himself the question: 'Where does blind obedience end and a sense of responsibility start to take effect, if not at the highest levels of command? Truscott, Jr. He noted the esteem in which Kesselring was held by his enemies, but also the "thread of self-justification for the indifference of himself and fellow officers to Nazi excesses.
Kesselring protested what he regarded as the "unjustly smirched reputation of the German soldier". That is more than I can Rommel (4) - Indiscriminata Attack Two (Cassette). In MarchKesselring and Liny toured Austria, ostensibly as private citizens. He met with former comrades-in-arms and prison-mates, some of them former SS members, causing embarrassment to the Austrian government, which ordered his deportation. He ignored the order and completed his tour, before leaving a week later, as he had intended.
Ultimately, the commission unanimously recommended that medals should be permitted to be worn—but without the swastika. Kesselring died in a sanatorium at Bad Nauheim in West Germany, on 16 July at the age of 74, following a heart attack. Members of Stahlhelm acted as his pall bearers and fired a rifle volley over his grave. His former chief of staff, General der Kavallerie Siegfried Westphal spoke for the veterans of North Africa and Italy, describing Kesselring as "a man of admirable strength of character whose care was for soldiers of all ranks".
Inspekteur der Luftwaffe Josef Kammhuber spoke on behalf of the Luftwaffe and Bundeswehrexpressing the hope that Kesselring would be remembered for his earlier accomplishments rather than for his later activities. Ina memorial event was held in Bad Wiessee marking the fortieth anniversary of Kesselring's death. No representatives of the Bundeswehr attended, on the grounds that Kesselring was "not worthy of being part of our tradition".
To his ageing troops, Kesselring remained a commander to be commemorated. Kesselring's Generalfeldmarschall ' s baton was seized by a private serving as a scout with the US 2nd Armored Divisionthe first US division to enter Berlin, in July He was ordered to search castles that had been used by high-ranking German officers, and found the baton.
It remained in his possession until his death inwhen it passed to his widow, and then to his son, who put it up for auction by Alex Cooper auctioneers in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Albert von Kesselring. Kesselring wearing his Knight's Cross in Results will demonstrate an officer's fitness to be a field marshal, and no one will then ask about his origins, whether he came from the army or the air force.
But one piece of advice I will give to all air field marshals: do not become a one-sided technician, but learn to think and lead in terms of all three services. Furthermore, we knew that in command of these forces was Field Marshal Albert Kesselring, one of the ablest officers in the Hitler armies. He had served with distinction in the German artillery, the air force and had been on the General Staff prior to the war, Rommel (4) - Indiscriminata Attack Two (Cassette). Kesselring was well-qualified, both as a commander and an administrator, and he conducted the Axis operations in Italy with great skill for two years, after which he was transferred to the Western Front in Germany.
I was glad to see him go. He was quick to reorganise his forces and shift reserves to meet our attacks However, Kesselring testified under oath that he was born on 30 Novemberthe date in his Army personnel file.
Some Rommel (4) - Indiscriminata Attack Two (Cassette) incorrectly give his first name as Albrecht or Alfred instead of Albert, or add a 'von' to his name. It is not used by German writers. Innewspapers referred to him as "the keep smiling general".
The question then arose as to why he had accepted responsibility for something he had not done. Raiber speculated that it might have been to conceal involvement in the Ginny executions, but conceded that he had uncovered no evidence of this. Kerstin von Lingen independently confirmed Kesselring's absence, but rejected Raiber's thesis.
She suggested instead that Kesselring might have done so out of loyalty to his chief of staff, General der Kavallerie Siegfried Westphal. Kesselring's guilt on the second charge, however, is well-established.
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