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German 12th Infantry Division: Subverted By Traitors, WW2
German 12th Infantry Division
Subverted By Traitors, WW2
© 2012
231 pages; 20 chapters and 2 appendices
The e-book German 12th Infantry Division is more complicated than most
books about
World War II German infantry divisions, because its story
was wrenched out of a morass of lies carefully constructed by high ranking
German Army traitor officers after World War II. The German 12th
Infantry Division
found itself part of Army Group Center, a major German
command on the Eastern Front that was controlled by high ranking
German Army traitors from 1941 through 1944. The complex relationship of
German 12th Infantry Division, the 78th Sturm Division and seven
German infantry divisions subordinated to the German 4th Army,
were victims of the varieties of command sabotage practiced by
Army traitor generals
on the Eastern Front. Those multiple betrayals were
purposely masked by those same
German traitors during and especially,
World War II. Since the truth about Operation Bagration has been
covered up for seven decades, only experienced experts are capable of
exploiting the reporting oversights and the pattern of massive deception and
inexplicable military mistakes by supposed command and staff experts, that
resulted in the destruction of the
German 12th Infantry Division and over
two dozen other
German Army divisions during Operation Bagration.
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Excerpt from German 12th Infantry Division
"On the morning of the 23rd of June 1944, a massive Soviet artillery bombardment, supported by ground attack aircraft of
the Red Air Force, preceded attacks by the 2nd and 3rd Belorussian Fronts, against the German 4th Army's positions in
front of Mogilev. By the 26th of June, elements of the Soviet 49th Army broke through the German 337th Infantry Division
and the German defense lines along the dominant, higher western Dnepr River bank (15+ kilometers due west) and
crossed the Dnepr River north of Mogilev, 15-20 miles behind the 4th Army front. That small communist force was defined
by the 4th Army command as a threat to the northern flank of the German 12th Infantry Division, deployed miles to the
east of Mogilev, and signaled a soon to be ordered retreat of the entire German 4th Army.
On the 27th of June, the Russian 238th and 139th Rifle Divisions captured a bridgehead over the Dnepr River at
Lupolovo. That night, they broke out of the bridgehead and reinforced by the 330th Rifle Division, captured Mogilev.
German resistance was unaccountably weak.
On the 28th, the supposedly shattered nine infantry divisions (reinforced by the equivalent of a panzer corps of tanks and
assault guns as well as over 800 artillery pieces), of the 4th Army began to retreat westwards to a new defensive line
behind the Drut River. That premature retreat exposed the retreating 4th Army's nine German footmobile infantry divisions
to annihilation by Soviet tank forces in the flat terrain. Surprisingly, German command and control was rapidly beginning
to break down as the Soviet 5th Guards Tank Army easily broke through the left flank of the 4th Army and into its rear.
Further south, the 2nd Guards Tank Corps also forced a breakthrough and headed towards Borisov."
German 12th Infantry Division: Subverted By Traitors, WW2
Although the German 12th Infantry Division is the subject of this e-book, the dearth of honest German Army source
information has forced QuikManeuvers.com to study the
German 12th Infantry Division, both as a singular unit and as
a member of the
German 4th Army that was also controlled by German Army traitors during most of its history on the
Eastern Front. The machinations and sabotage of the German 4th Army command were designed to harm all units
subordinated to that notorious hot bed of traitors including the 78th Sturm and the
German 12th Infantry Division. The
German 12th Infantry Division, is an attempt to draw the readers' attention to a number of inexplicable mistakes
that point towards treasonous command sabotage during
Operation Bagration, against the backdrop of the story of the
German 12th Infantry Division.