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LII Army Corps (Wehrmacht)

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Country  Nazi Germany
Size  Corps
Branch  Army
Active  October 1940 – August 1944
Engagements  World War II Operation Barbarossa Battle of Uman Battle of Kiev (1941) Battle of the Caucasus Battle of Kursk Lower Dnieper Offensive Dnieper–Carpathian Offensive Jassy–Kishinev Offensive (August 1944)
Notable commanders  Kurt von Briesen Erich Buschenhagen

LII Army Corps (LII. Armeekorps) was a corps in the German Army during World War II. The LII. Armeekorps was destroyed during the Jassy–Kishinev Offensive (August 1944).

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Commanders

  • Infantry General (General der Infanterie) Kurt von Briesen, 25 November 1940 – 20 November 1941
  • Lieutenant-General (Generalleutnant) Albert Zehler, 20 November 1941 – 10 December 1941
  • Infantry General (General der Infanterie) Eugen Ott, 10 December 1941 – 1 October 1943
  • Infantry General (General der Infanterie) Hans-Karl von Scheele, 1 October 1943 – 20 November 1943
  • Infantry General (General der Infanterie) Erich Buschenhagen, 20 November 1943 – 1 February 1944
  • Infantry General (General der Infanterie) Rudolf von Bünau, 1 February 1944 – 1 April 1944
  • Infantry General (General der Infanterie) Erich Buschenhagen, 1 April 1944 – August 1944
  • Area of operations

  • Germany - November 1940 – June 1941
  • Eastern Front, southern sector - June 1941 – August 1944
  • References

    LII Army Corps (Wehrmacht) Wikipedia


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