Yesterday, he became the first head of state since grand admiral Karl DUnitz, who briefly led Germany after Adolf Hitler's suicide, to be convicted of war crimes.
What does GA stand for?
GA stands for Grand Admiral
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- Good Article (Wikimedia Foundation)
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- Government Affairs
- Government Agency
- Government Aided
- Government Allotment
- Grace Adventures (Michigan)
- Graduate Advisor (live-in advisors to undergraduates)
- Graduate Assistant
- Graduate Assistantship
Samples in periodicals archive:
O'Brien also has Grand Admiral entered for Sunday's race while John Oxx, who has won four of the last six runnings, notably with subsequent Group 1 winners Kastoria and Alandi, has entered Nebula Storm.
Grand Admiral Erich Raeder was leery of Canaris, who he feared was compromised politically.
Grand Admiral Erich Raeder, commander -in-chief of the German Navy, said on 3 September 1939, the day Britain and France declared war: "The submarine arm is still much too weak to have a decisive effect on the war.
Hitler had committed suicide on April 30 and Grand Admiral Doenitz was now leader of the Third Reich.
The announcement was made by Count Schwerin Von Krnkusigk, Foreign Minister who said: "Germans men and women, the High Command of the armed forces has to-day, at the order of Grand Admiral Doenitz, declared the unconditional surrender of all fighting german troops.
Yet in early 1943, the commander in chief of the German Navy and U-boat high command, Grand Admiral Karl DUnitz, felt that victory over the British convoy system was definitely in his grasp.
But where were the rescue boats and the Grand Admiral of the fleet during this disaster?