Yes, looks like that approximately 10% of the total per now are still to add.
I think that more than 10% are still to add.
The highest figure for the officer casualties of Heeres I have seen so far is 819 killed (Rudiger Overmans). But as Jurgen wrote on the first page of this thread:
There is no official and final figure for the total German Wehrmacht losses and the officer losses during the campaign. As there are no available lists by name from the Heeresgruppe Süd-area (according to Manstein, Verlorene Siege, S. 52, 505 KIA officers and 42 MIA officers), the Luftwaffe (probably at least 60 KIA officers) and the Kriegsmarine the difference of the officers listed here to a total amount to be unveiled is predominantly deriving from the lack of similar data from these branches.
The list contains 219 KIA officers and 15 MIA officers by name. The info from this list is enriched with data from the Volksbund site. Those officers from this list are marked with “H. Gru. Nord” as source.
So my conclusion is that the list of H. Gru. Nord could have been a working paper only as it appears to be to embarrassingly erroneous to be a final document of a German high command unit. We will have to keep this in mind when using the list. Working paper or not ... we must be thankful that the paper is available as it contains a lot of invaluable info.
So even this figure (819) may be not fully complete. Apart from at least 819 killed (this figure most probably includes also those of initially reported as missing who were later recognized as killed), some were also missing and never found but they were not recognized as dead and still figured as missing (I estimate that it could be at least several to 15 officers).
To this figure we must add also casualties of OKL (including ground units - e.g. Flakartillerie, etc.) and Kriegsmarine.
If it comes to OKL / Luftwaffe officer losses, I have got three different figures:
"Wojna Obronna Polski 1939" - OKL:
60 officers KIA
65 officers MIA
"Obrona Polski 1939" by T. Jurga - Luftwaffe:
60 officers KIA
16 officers MIA
Fritz Hahn - Luftwaffe:
46 officers KIA
38 officers MIA
To summ up: Jurgen's estimation regarding Luftwaffe officer casualties was quite accurate ("probably at least 60 KIA officers"), but many more were also missing and later recognized as dead or never found.
Kriegsmarine officer casualties in Poland according to Hahn were 4 officers killed (total Kriegsmarine killed according to Hahn: 77).
But Hahn is not very reliable as he gives officer casualties of Heeres as only 364 dead, 527 wounded and 69 missing.
According to "Obrona Polski 1939" by T. Jurga, Kriegsmarine lost 7 missing officers. He gives the killed figure for Kriegsmarine as 97 (so 20 more than Hahn), but he does not provide the number of killed officers.
So we can estimate that Kriegsmarine lost at least 5 - 4 killed and 7 missing officers.
So far we probably don't have any officer from Kriegsmarine listed, do we?
Minensucher M 85 suffered big part of the Kriegsmarine casualties in Poland (24 dead and 10 WIA) - this can be a very useful clue for us while searching for Kriegsmarine officer casualties.
Apart from Minensucher M 85 also one more German ship was sunk by Polish forces during the campaign - it was Motorfischkutter Pillau 55 (13 BRT), sank by Polish mine planted by ORP "Wilk".
But nobody from the crew of MFK Pil.55 died. Another thing is that it did not even belong to Kriegsmarine and was not a military unit.
There was also that accident with "Tiger" in late August of 1939 - when German ships were starting their military operations against Poland (but soon after that the first order to attack Poland was canceled by Hitler and the beginning of the invasion was postponed to 1st of September) - as the result of that accident "Tiger" was sank and 1/4 of the crew died - but I don't know if these casualties are included to the casualty figures for the Polish Campaign given above.
Apart from these losses, Kriegsmarine ships suffered men casualties due to Polish ground forces - mainly artillery fire - and due to Polish fleet (for example on 03.09.1939 Z1 Leberecht Maass was damaged by ORP "Wicher" and ORP "Gryf" - but I don't know if there were any men casualties).
Also Kriegsmarine ground units suffered big casualties (mainly during the battle of Westerplatte) - but I'm also not shure if these losses are included to the figures above.
Looks also like that the result will be in the range then of the Overmars MGFA publication ("Wehrmachtverlustwesen", 1944), which is (819) if I learned this correctly.
As I wrote - this number (819) from Overmans only refers to casualties of Heeres, not the whole Wehrmacht.
The number is also given in his book "Deutsche militärische Verluste im Zweiten Weltkrieg"
, page 54.
16 new - 3 new in research section (Hilbert, Barth, Meis(s)ner) - new total : 716 / + 13 .
Bernd, don't forget about adding also Grczeszecyk (maybe his proper name was Grzeszczyk?) to the research list please.