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Military Academy of the German Armed Forces

Hamburg, Germany

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  • Military Academy of the German Armed Forces

    Established: 1810 Hamburg

    The Fahrungsakademie der Bundeswehr is the General Staff College of the German armed forces, the Bundeswehr. Established in 1957, it is the successor of the Prussian Military Academy.

    Branch: German Armed Forces

    Motto: Mens Agitat Molem / The mind moves the matter.

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