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Gerhard von Schwerin (1899-1980)Download nowEnlargeShow similar images

Title: Gerhard von Schwerin (1899-1980)

Description: Gerhard von Schwerin (Gerhard Helmuth Detloff Graf von Schwerin; June 23, 1899-October 29, 1980), shown in 1950, was a German Army general in WWI, commanding the 116th Panzer Division. In May 1950, he was appointed chief advisor for West German military issues and security to Chancellor Konrad Adenauer (January 5, 1876-April 19, 1967). He was replaced in that position in October 1950 after talking in detail with the press about his intelligence work. He posed a threat to the authority of Reinhard Gehlen (April 3, 1902-June 8, 1979), German officer, who served as chief of German Military Intelligence on the Eastern Front during WWII. Following the war, Gehlen surrendered to U.S. forces, offering the U.S. his intelligence services. He was accepted and established a spy network directed at the Soviet Union in Germany and elsewhere, which was known as the Gehlen Organization. He later headed West German Intelligence, becoming the first President of its Federal Intelligence Service (BND) in 1968.

Category: Intelligence

Keywords: Gerhard von Schwerin, Konrad Adenauer, Reinhard Gehlen, Gehlen Organization, West German Intelligence, BND, CIA, Central Intelligence Agency, KGB, Soviet Intelligence, SMERSH, Berlin Tunnel, Heinz Felfe, spymasters, spy networks, spy organizations, spies, spying, espionage, Intelligence, German Military Intelligence, secret agents, Soviet Union, Soviet Russia, East Germany, West Germany, United States

Orientation: Portrait

Dimensions: 900 x 1217 (1.10 MPixels) (1.35)

Print Size: 7.6 x 10.3 cm; 3.0 x 4.1 inches

File Size: 3.17 MB (3,322,352 Bytes)

Resolution: 300 x 300 dpi

Color Depth: 16.7 million (24 BitsPerPixel)

Compression: None

Image Number: 0000004562

Source: Jay Robert Nash Collection


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