Wilhelm Keitel

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Wilhelm Keitel

Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel (1882-1946) was head of the High Command of the Wehrmacht during the Second World War and was hanged as a war criminal following conviction at the Nuremberg Trial of 1946.

Keitel did admit that he was a bad Christian and repented. He was communed by Henry Gerecke before he was hanged.[1]