Friedrich Paulus as a prisoner of war at Stalingrad, Russia, Feb 1943

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Photos on Same Day 2 Feb 1943
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 7 Sep 2006

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1. Mark Prange says:
10 Jun 2013 06:59:55 PM

This photo does not show Field Marshal Paulus.
2. James says:
12 Jan 2015 04:12:19 PM

Those appear to be General Staff Officers, but I don't recognize them as any of the 22 German generals captured at Stalingrad.
3. Jay says:
27 Sep 2015 04:06:22 PM

The officer on the far right looks like General Carl Rodenburg, commander of the 76th Infantry Division.

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