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According to John Keegan's Who's Who in World War II, it was indeed Franz Halder who planned and led not just the invasion of Poland but of France as well. He also drew up plans for the invasion of England that never materialized, and for the invasion of Russia. He was not an admirer of Hitler, and conspired against him on several different occasions. He was freed from Dachau, where Hitler had him imprisoned after the bombing plot in 1944, and testified against the Nazi regime at Nuremberg.
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