Max Bauer

Max Bauer in 1918 Colonel Max Hermann Bauer (31 January 1869 – 6 May 1929) was a German General Staff officer and artillery expert in the First World War. As a protege of Erich Ludendorff he was placed in charge of the German Army's munition supply by the latter in 1916. In this role he played a leading role in the Hindenburg Programme and the High Command's political machinations. Later Bauer was a military and industrial adviser to the Republic of China under Chiang Kai-shek. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Soldan, Wilhelm Gottlieb.
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by Soldan, Wilhelm Gottlieb.
Hanau/M : Müller & Kiepenheuer, [s. a.]
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