Rundstedt

[ roont-stet, roond-; German roont-shtet ]
/ ˈrʊnt stɛt, ˈrʊnd-; German ˈrʊnt ʃtɛt /

noun

Karl Ru·dolf Gerd von [kahrl -roo-dawlf gerd fuhn], /kɑrl ˈru dɔlf gɛrd fən/, 1875–1953, German field marshal.

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Rundstedt
/ (ˈrʊndstɛt, German ˈrʊntʃtɛt) /

noun

Karl Rudolf Gerd von (karl ˈruːdɔlf ɡɛrt fɔn). 1875–1953, German field marshal; directed the conquest of Poland and France in World War II; commander of the Western Front (1942–44); led the Ardennes counteroffensive (Dec 1944)
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