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Post by R-Bob The Great! » 31 Jul 2004 01:06

I was wondering if anyonee had the casualty lists for general officers during World War 1. I remember reading them in John Keegan's book The First World War but since I dont have the book I dont have the figures to hand.

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Post by Anthony EJW » 31 Jul 2004 14:13

I don't know the figures for the other nationalities involved, but 78 British Generals killed by enemy action and 146 were wounded.

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Post by Ken McCanliss » 01 Aug 2004 00:48

Biographies of all the British General Officer casualties can be found in -

Davies, Frank & Maddocks, Graham. Bloody Red Tabs. ISBN: 0-85052-463-6. Leo Cooper, 1995.


Likewise, for American General Officer casualties, refer to -

Brown, Russell K. Fallen in Battle. ISBN: 0-313-26242-X. Greenwood Prss, 1988.

Interestingly, Edward Sigerfoos was the only American general officer combat casualty in the Great War, although Henry Root Hill, who was mustered out as a Brigadier General on 31 Aug 1918, was killed on 16 Oct 1918 as a Major of infantry.

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Post by Peter H » 01 Aug 2004 03:15

Only 10 German generals were killed in the war.

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Post by R-Bob The Great! » 05 Aug 2004 01:49

I would think French casualties would be very high. Do the British numbers include Commonwealth?

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Post by AJK » 06 Aug 2004 18:51

Hi,

Peter H. was way off in his count of fallen German Generals. Below is a list of 70 Generals that I know off - there may have been even more.

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Generalmajor Friedrich Wilhelm von AUER
Killed on 3 January 1918 while commanding the 103. Infantry Division in action on the Siegfried Line.

Generalmajor von BENDLER
Died at Mülheim on 7 March 1917 from wounds received in action at Vienne Chion (France), while commanding Reserve Infantry Regiment 247.

General der Infanterie Eugen Ritter von BENZINO
Killed in action on 28 November 1915 while commanding the Replacement Division.

Generalleutnant Albert von BERRER
Killed at San Gottardo (Italy) on 28 October 1917, while serving as Commanding General, Corps Command 51.

Generalmajor Arthur BILSE
Killed in action at Les Baraques (France) on 1 January 1916. At the time of his death, General Bilse was serving as General of Foot Artillery 15.

Generalmajor Peter von BLANCKENSEE
Wounded in action on 28 October 1914 in Romanova (Eastern Front), and died of his wounds on November 10. General von Blanckensee was commanding the 98. Reserve Infantry Brigade at this time.

Generalleutnant Paul BLOCH von Blottnitz
Killed in action near Templeux Le Gérard (France) on 21 March 1918, while commanding the 18. Infantry Division.

Generalmajor Arthur Freiherr von BODENHAUSEN
Died on 22 August 1914, of wounds incurred while commanding the 45. Replacement Brigade on the Western Front.

General der Infanterie Alfred von BRIESEN
Killed in action at Wloclawek (Eastern Front) on 12 November 1914 while commanding 49. Reserve Division.

Generalmajor Karl Hans Ulrich von BÜLOW
Killed at Louvigny (Western front) on 6 August 1914. Together with General von Wussow, he was the first German casualty of General rank of World War I. General von Bülow was commanding the 9. Cavalry Division at the time of his death.

Generalleutnant Friedrich von BUSSE
Killed on 8 September 1914 at Tarnovka (Eastern Front) while commanding the 21. Replacement Brigade.

Generalmajor Eduard Freiherr von CRAILSHEIM
Killed on 8 May 1915 at Krakinov (Eastern Front), while commanding the 5. Bavarian Cavalry Brigade.

Generalleutnant Friedrich DEPPERT
Killed at Ban de Sapt in the Vosges Mountains (France) on 14 July 1915, while commanding the 5. Bavarian Replacement Brigade.

General der Infanterie Wilhelm von DITFURTH
Wounded in action at Stawiski (Eastern Front), and died as a result on 7 March 1915. General von Ditfurth was the commander of 34. Landwehr Infantry Brigade when he was wounded.

Generalleutnant Eugen von DORRER
Wounded on 31 January 1916 at Montfaucon (France), while commanding the 44. Reserve Division, and died of his wounds on 2 April 1916.

Generalfeldmarschall Hermann von EICHHORN
Murdered by Ukrainian guerillas in Kiev, on 30 July 1918. Generalfeldmarschall von Eichhorn was commanding Army Group Kiev at the time of his assassination.

Generalmajor Eggert von ESTORFF
Killed at Rudavka (Eastern Front) on 20 February 1915, while commanding the 65. Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Siegfried FABARIUS
Died on 30 November 1915 while a prisoner of war of the Russians, at Serniki. General Fabarius was Commander of the 82. Reserve Division at the time of his capture.

Generalmajor Kurt GLOKKE
Killed on 4 December 1916 in Beverloo (Belgium). General Glokke was Commandant of the Field Artillery Firing School at Beverloo at the time of his death.

Generalmajor Ignaz Freiherr von GODIN
Killed in action on 28 September 1917 at Gits, while commanding the 6. Bavarian Infantry Division.

Generalleutnant Eduard Ritter von GRAF
Killed at St. Braquis (France) on 3 March 1916, while commanding the Bavarian Replacement Division.

Generalleutnant Andreas von HARBOU
Killed in action at Laon (France) on 20 September 1914, while commanding the 25. Reserve Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Wolf von HELLDORF
Died of wounds on 8 October 1915, at Frankfurt am Main. At the time of being wounded, General von Helldorf was Inspector of Line of Communications in the South Army on the Eastern Front.

Generalleutnant Otto HENNIG
Killed on 25 November 1914 at Zgierz (Eastern Front), while commanding the 35. Infantry Division

Generalmajor HINZLER
Killed in action on 27 December 1915 while commanding Landwehr Infantry Regiment 15.

Generalmajor Arnold Freiherr von der HORST
Wounded in action on 27 September 1914 in Lorraine (France), while commanding the 20. Infantry Brigade. General von der Horst died from his wounds the following day, 28 September 1914.

Generalmajor HUMMITZSCH
Wounded at Busmicze (Eastern Front) on 23 August 1915 and after a lengthy struggle, succumbed on 17 October 1917. General Hummitzsch was leading Landwehr Infantry Regiment 133 in action when he was wounded.

Generalmajor Richard JANKE
Killed in action at La Bassée (France) on 9 May 1915, while commanding Landwehr Infantry Regiment 39.

Generalmajor Maximilian von KIRSCHBAUM
Killed in action at La Bassée (France) on 23 August 1916, while commanding the 6. Bavarian Infantry Division. General von Kirschbaum was the second General to fall at this location (see General Janke, above).

Generalleutnant Ewald von KLEIST
Killed in action in France, on 28 October 1918, while commanding 51. Reserve Division. General von Kleist was the last German General killed in combat in World War I.

Generalmajor Stanislaus von KOSCHEMBAHR
Killed at Mulhouse in Alsace Lorraine on 9 August 1914. At the time of his death, General von Koschembahr was commanding the 84. Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Rudolf von LEPEL
Killed in action at Paschendaele (Belgium) on 3 November 1914, while commanding the 43. Reserve Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Alfred von LEWINSKI
Killed at Chauny (France) on 21 September 1914, while Commander of the 33. Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Wilhelm von LOTTERER
Killed in action on 4 March 1916 at Montmédy (France), while commanding the 5. Field Artillery Brigade.

Generalmajor von MARTIN
Killed at Samicki (Eastern Front) on 11 December 1914, while commanding Infantry Regiment 125.

Generalmajor Franz Freiherr von MASSENBACH
Killed on 26 October 1914 at Bialynin (Eastern Front), while serving as Commander of the 19. Landwehr Infantry Brigade.

Generalleutnant Karl von MEYER
Died on 30 October 1914 in Brussels (Belgium) from wounds received at Droogenbroodhoek on 27 October. General von Meyer was Commander of the 37. Landwehr Infantry Brigade when he was wounded.

Generalmajor Georg MIESITSCHECK von Wischkau
Died on 30 January 1917 of wounds incurred in battle. General Miesitscheck was the former commander of 86. Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Otto NIELAND
Wounded in action on 27 August 1914 at Cléry (France), General Nieland died of his wounds on 4 September 1914 in Cambrai. He had been commanding the 6. Infantry Brigade until wounded.

Generalleutnant Ludwig Freiherr von OMPTEDA
Died at Challerange (France) on 15 January 1915 from wounds received in combat the previous day at Cernay. General Baron von Ompteda was Commander of the 42. Reserve Infantry Brigade at the time of his demise.

Generalleutnant Hermann von OßWALD
Killed in action at Bois de Cheppy (France) on 28 November 1914, while commanding the 53. Landwehr Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Maximilian PECHT
Killed in action at Leresti, in Rumania, on 6 November 1916. General Pecht was commander of 22. Bavarian Infantry Brigade at the time of his death.

Generalmajor Erich von POCHHAMMER
Killed in action in the Argonne Forest (France) on 4 October 1914, while commanding 68. Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Theodor PÖHLMANN
Killed at Romigny on the River Marne (France) on 22 July 1918, while serving as Artillery Commander 12.

Generalmajor Kurt Freiherr PRINZ von Buchau
Killed in action on 29 May 1918 near Cierges (France), while Commander of the 28. Infantry Division.

Generalmajor Paul von REICHENAU
Wounded in battle on 3 October 1914 at Neuville (France), General Reichenau succumbed to his wounds the following day, in Guémappe. At the time of being wounded, he was commanding the 15. Infantry Brigade.

Generalleutnant Karl von REINHARDT
Killed in action at Becelaere (Western Front) on 22 October 1914, while commanding the 107. Reserve Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Alfred von ROSCHMANN
Killed on 13 September 1916 at Chateau Manancourt (France), while Commander of the 107. Reserve Infantry Brigade. General von Roschmann was the second General commanding this unit to fall in battle (see Generalleutnant von Reinhardt, above).

Generalleutnant Friedrich Prinz von SACHSEN-MEININGEN
Killed in action on 23 August 1914 near Malinnes-Limsorin (France). The Prince was commander of 39. Reserve Infantry Brigade when he was killed.

Generalmajor Walter SCHERBENING
Killed in action at Etrépy (France) on 6 September 1914, while commanding the 21. Field Artillery Brigade.

Generalmajor SCHERENBERG
Died on 14 June 1917 at Warmeriville (France) from wounds received on 8 June 1917 in battle at Reims. General Scherenberg was Commander of the 231. Infantry Brigade when he was wounded.

Generalleutnant Franz von SCHÖNBERG
Killed at Konstanz on 30 March 1916, while commanding the 47. Mixed Replacement Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Hugo von SEYDEWITZ
Killed in action near Birschoote (Belgium) on 24 April 1915, while leading Reserve Infantry Regiment 201.

Generalleutnant Georg STEINMETZ
Killed on 16 September 1914 near Reims (France), while serving as General of Foot Artillery of the 3. Army.

Generalmajor Johannes STENGER
Killed at Aerschot, in Belgium, on 19 August 1914, as commander of 8. Infantry Brigade

Generalmajor Ferdinand von STOCKHAUSEN
Killed in action at Aschhoop (Belgium) on 14 December 1915, while commanding the 91. Reserve Infantry Brigade.

Generalleutnant Johann STRECK
Died of wounds on 12 December 1914 at Wytschaete (Belgium), while serving as Commander of the 6. Reserve Division.

Generalmajor Paul von TIPPELSKIRCH
Wounded in action and died as a result on 22 January 1915. General von Tippelskirch was acting commander of 69. Infantry Brigade at the time of his death.

Generalmajor Friedrich von TROTHA
Killed in action at Malgaofen (Western Front) on 30 August 1914, while commanding the 1. Infantry Brigade.

Generalmajor Rudolf UNVERZAGT
Killed on 15 July 1918 at Dormans (Western Front), while serving as General of Pioneers 7.

Generalmajor August USSELMANN
Killed in action at Dompierre (France) on 25 September 1914, while commanding the 2. Bavarian Field Artillery Brigade.

Generalmajor Fritz von VERSEN
Killed at St. Gobert (Western Front) on 16 September 1917, while Commander of the 17. Infantry Division.

Generalleutnant Carlotto Graf VITZTHUM von Eckstädt
Wounded in battle at Moronvilliers (France) on 16 September 1914, General Count Vitzthum was evacuated to Germany and died of his wounds one month later, 16 October 1914, in Chemnitz. At the time of being wounded, the General was commanding the Saxon Mixed Landwehr Infantry Brigade.

Generalleutnant Wilhelm von VOß
Died on 28 July 1915 in Metz, from wounds received in combat at Flirey (France) on 20 April 1915. General von Voß was Commander of the 241. Infantry Brigade when wounded.

Generalleutnant Ferdinand WAENCKER von Dankenschweil
Killed in action at Borovo (Russia) on 23 November 1914, while commanding the 49. Reserve Division.

General der Infanterie Hermann von WARTENBERG
Killed in action at the battle of Verdun (France) on 5 November 1917. General von Wartenberg was Commander of the 19. Reserve Division at the time of his death.

General der Infanterie Karl Ritter von WENNINGER
Killed in combat on 8 September 1917 at Susita (Romania), while acting as Commanding General of the XVIII. Reserve Corps.

Generalmajor Friedrich von WUSSOW
Killed on 6 August 1914 at Retinne (France) while commanding 14. Infantry Brigade. Generals von Wussow and Karl Hans Ulrich von Bülow were the first German Generals to fall in World War I, less than a week after it began.

Generalmajor Oswald ZIMPELMANN
Killed in action on the Western Front on 19 May 1918, while serving as Artillery Commander 21.

Generalmajor Gustav ZINCKE
Killed in action on 17 September 1914 at Aix La Chapelle (Aachen) on the French German frontier, while commanding the 23. (1. Saxon) Field Artillery Brigade.

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Post by Peter H » 07 Aug 2004 14:41

AJK,
Thanks for that,remind me not to use an English source ever again. :(

I posted this once before:

A list of British Generals,killed in action or died of wounds on the Western Front...another 20 officers of general rank died in other theatres,meaning a total of 78 British generals lost during the war.In WW2 only 21 British generals paid the ultimate sacrifice.


Name Command Unit Casualty DoD
Findlay, Neil Douglas BGRA 1st Division kia 10/09/14
Hamilton, Hubert Ion Wetherall GOC Infantry Division 3rd Division kia 14/10/14
Fitzclarence, Charles GOC Infantry Brigade 1st (Guards) Brigade kia 12/11/14
Gough, John Edmund MGGS First Army dow 22/02/15
Lomax, Samuel Holt GOC Infantry Division 1st Division dow 10/04/15
Riddell, James Foster GOC Infantry Brigade 149th Brigade kia 26/04/15
Hasler, Julian GOC Infantry Brigade 11th Brigade kia 27/04/15
Cole, Arthur Willoughby George Lowry GOC Infantry Brigade 25th Brigade kia 09/05/15
Nugent, George Colborne GOC Infantry Brigade 141st Brigade kia 31/05/15
Nickalls, Norman Tom GOC Infantry Brigade 63rd Brigade kia 26/09/15
Thesiger, George Handcock GOC Infantry Division 9th Division kia 26/09/15
Capper, Thompson GOC Division 7th Division dow 27/09/15
Wing, Frederick Drummond Vincent GOC Infantry Division 12th Division kia 02/10/15
Wormald, Frank GOC Cavalry Brigade 5th Cavalry Brigade kia 03/10/15
Trefusis, Hon. John Frederick Hepburn-Stuart-Forbes- GOC Infantry Brigade 20th Brigade kia 24/10/15
Fitton, Hugh Gregory GOC Infantry Brigade 101st Brigade dow 20/01/16
Gordon, Alister Fraser GOC Infantry Brigade 153rd Brigade dow 20/01/16
Heyworth, Frederick James GOC Infantry Brigade 3rd (Guards) Brigade kia 09/05/16
Mercer, Malcolm Smith GOC Infantry Division 3rd Canadian Division kia 02/06/16
Ingouville-Williams, Edward Charles GOC Infantry Division 34th Division kia 01/07/16
Prowse, Charles Bertie GOC Infantry Brigade 11th Brigade kia 01/07/16
Holmes, William GOC Infantry Division 4th Australian Division dow 02/07/16
Philpotts, Louis Murray BGRA 24th Division kia 08/09/16
Clifford, Henry Frederick Hugh GOC Infantry Brigade 149th Brigade kia 11/09/16
Stewart, Charles Edward GOC Infantry Brigade 154th Brigade kia 14/09/16
Howell, Philip BGGS II Corps kia 10/10/16
Glasfurd, Duncan John GOC Infantry Brigade 12th Australian Brigade dow 12/11/16
Bull, George GOC Infantry Brigade 8th Brigade dow 11/12/16
Long, Walter GOC Infantry Brigade 56th Brigade kia 29/01/17
Bulkeley-Johnson, Charles Bulkeley GOC Cavalry Brigade 8th Cavalry Brigade kia 11/04/17
Gosling, Charles GOC Infantry Brigade 10th Brigade kia 12/04/17
Matthews, Godfrey Estcourt GOC Infantry Brigade 198th Brigade dow 13/04/17
Ormsby, Vincent Alexander GOC Infantry Brigade 127th Brigade kia 02/05/17
Brown, Charles Henry Jeffries GOC Infantry Brigade 1st New Zealand Brigade kia 08/06/17
Broadwood, Robert George GOC Infantry Division 57th Division dow 21/06/17
Gordon, Charles William Eric GOC Infantry Brigade 123rd Brigade kia 23/07/17
Johnston, Francis Earl GOC Infantry Brigade 3rd New Zealand Brigade kia 07/08/17
Maclachlan, Ronald Campbell GOC Infantry Brigade 112th Brigade kia 11/08/17
Peake, Malcolm BGRA I Corps kia 27/08/17
Maxwell, Francis Aylmer GOC Infantry Brigade 27th Brigade kia 21/09/17
Rawling, Cecil Godfrey GOC Infantry Brigade 62nd Brigade kia 28/10/17
Bradford, Roland Boys GOC Infantry Brigade 186th Brigade kia 30/11/17
Cape, George Augustus Stewart BGRA 39th Division kia 18/03/18
Barnett-Barker, Randle GOC Infantry Brigade 99th Brigade kia 24/03/18
Feetham, Edward GOC Infantry Division 39th Division kia 29/03/18
Fulton, Harry Townshend GOC Infantry Brigade 3rd New Zealand Brigade dow 29/03/18
Forster, George Norman Bowes GOC Infantry Brigade 42nd Brigade kia 04/04/18
Gore, Robert Clements GOC Infantry Brigade 101st Brigade kia 14/04/18
Martin, Cuthbert Thomas GOC Infantry Brigade 151st Brigade kia 27/05/18
Husey, Ralph Hamer GOC Infantry Brigade 25th Brigade dow 30/05/18
Lumsden, Frederick William GOC Infantry Brigade 14th Brigade kia 04/06/18
Lumsden, Alfred Forbes GOC Infantry Brigade 46th Brigade kia 24/06/18
East, Lionel William Pellew CHA XIII Corps kia 06/09/18
Sanders, Arthur Richard Careless GOC Infantry Brigade 50th Brigade kia 20/09/18
Follett, Gilbert Burrell Spencer GOC Infantry Brigade 3rd (Guards) Brigade kia 27/09/18
Kay, Sir William Algernon Ireland Bt. GOC Infantry Brigade 3rd Brigade kia 04/10/18
Taylor, Stuart Campbell GOC Infantry Brigade 93rd Brigade dow 11/10/18
Lipsett, Louis James GOC Infantry Division 4th Division kia 14/10/18

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Post by Peter H » 07 Aug 2004 14:47

...and Australia's top loss,General Bridges at Gallipoli in 1915,first commandant of Duntroon,and commander of the Australian 1st Division.

http://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/~rmallett/G ... idges.html

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Post by R-Bob The Great! » 13 Aug 2004 23:01

I read somewhere that 5 Canadian generals died, are they included in the 78 British?

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Post by Glenn2438 » 21 Aug 2004 09:01

The figures for German officer casualties are given in Constantin von Altrock's "Vom Sterben des Deutschen Offizierkorps" as follows. The figures are not necesarily all killed in action but are war related causes of death:

2 X Generalfeldmarschall: von der Goltz, von Eichhorn
3 X Generaloberst: von Moltke, von Kessel, von Bissing
19 X General der Infanterie or equivalent
52 X Generalleutnant
91 X Generalmajor
161 X Oberst
296 X Oberstleutnant
1059 X Major

The above figures do not include medical, veterinary officers, military officials etc but do include naval officers of equivalent rank.

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Post by Peter H » 30 Aug 2004 13:17

From The Decline and Fall of of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan,Hans Dollinger,1965.

The death of German Generals,tabulated on pg 422:

WW1

Killed 70
Suicide 3
Died 103

Total 166

Total number of Generals serving 2,530


WW2

Killed 287
Suicide 108
Sentenced to death(German courts) 25
Sentenced to death(Allied courts) 57
Accidental deaths 49
Died 310
Missing 65

Total 901

Total number of generals serving 3,363

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German General casualties, World War 1

Post by HFK » 13 Feb 2007 09:28

Peter H, The total for serving German Generals in WW1 apparently includes officers who were promoted gen-maj in late 1918 or in 1919, upon their discharge or retirement. The numbers overall seem wrong to me. I have 2192 generals of various grades, and a further 376 colonels subsequently promoted to Gen-Maj after the end of the war, bringing the total to 2568.. I have 85 generals KIA, 164 who died, and 5 other deaths, not including the officers promoted upon retirement shorrtly after the end of the war. Regards, HFK

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WW1 Frenck Generals KIA

Post by HFK » 13 Feb 2007 09:34

According to my databas, out of 1377 general officers, 444 were KIA. Regards, HFK

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Post by Peter H » 13 Feb 2007 13:33

Thanks for the info.

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Post by HFK » 17 Feb 2007 07:43

Good evening everyone. AJK has presented a list of WW 1 German generals KIA, with the comment there are more. Indeed there are more. I've listed 19 more names. 1- MG Claus von ANDERTEN, 1856-1916, art brig 19 CO, KIA turkey, 1916-3. 2- LTG INF, Bogislav Karl Eugen Rudolf Gustav von BAGENSKI, 1854-1915, CO Reserve Dic 47, KIA 1915-12. 3- MG Bendler, Div Reserve 247 CO, KIA w France, 1917-3. 4- MG Maximilian Rudolf Wilhelm BUEK, 1853-1941, Kia 1815-2. 5- LTG Franz Georg von GLASENAPP, 1857-1914, Brig Landwehr 25 co, Kia 1914-8. 6- MG Otto von HALDENWANG, 1861-1914, CO regt 15, KIA 1914-10. 7- MG Paul HASSE, 1852-1915, Brig 13 CO, KIA 1915-4. 8- MG Hugo Emil HUEHN, 1864-1918, ARKO 113, KIA 1918-8. 9- Karl KAUFFER, 1855-1914, Bavar Brig Repl 1 CO, Kia 14-8. 10- COL-GEN Gustav von Kessel, 1846-1918, CO Dist Brandenburg, KIA 1918-5. 11- MG Viktor Gustav Karl Wilhelm , Freierr von Leppel, 1863-1918, cavalry brig 12 CO KIA 1918-5. 12- MG Friedrich Wilhelm, Prince von der LIPPE, 1858-1914, Regt 74 CO, KIA Belgium 1914-8. 13- MG Emil SCHOCH, 1862-1916, Bavar Brig 3 CO, KIA 1916, probably in April. 14- MG Franz STANGL, 1867-1916, Corps 20 COS, KIA 1916-9. 15- MG Otto Ernst August von UNGER, 1862-1915, Brig 69 CO, KIA 1915. 16- Ernst Albert Friedrich Karl WETTICH, 1851-1914, Training Camp Munster CO, Kia 1915-5. 17- MG Ernst Balthasar von ZIETEN, 1863-1916, Reserve Div 17 CO, Kia 1916-4. AND 18- MG Maximilian von ZWEHL, 1863-1918, Brig 8 CO, Kia 1918-9. And now I'm going to sleep. Best Regards, HFK

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