Imperial German Army, 1914-18: Organisation, Structure, Orders of Battle

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Helion & Company Limited, Dec 1, 2006 - History - 414 pages
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A detailed account of the composition, structure and organization of the First World War German Army has long been needed by English-language readers - this work will fill the gap admirably. In more than 300 pages, the authors examine all aspects of the army. A detailed analytical text is followed by an extensive compendium of order-of-battle data.
 

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Contents

Publishers note
ix
B The War Ministry
34
A General
47
On the Italian Front
58
A Senior Command Authorities newlycreated during the war
65
B Command Authorities from Army High Command
76
Part IV
107
B Machine Gun Formations
121
B Military Administrations
250
B The War Department of the War Ministry the War Department
258
Fortress Governments and Commands
265
H Artillery
271
J Air Forces
278
K Signals Troops
286
The General Inspectorate of the Military Communications Service
292
The Field Army 17 August 1914
299

Cavalry
127
E Pioneers
153
F Air Forces
174
G Survey and Topographical Service
195
J Field Railway Authorities and Troops
209
K Motorised Vehicle Troops
215
Munitions Columns and Trains
221
N The Field Police
229
A Lines of Communication Inspectorates
237
The Supply Service
244
18th Army 21 March 1918
330
List of Brigade Staffs Artillery and Pioneer Generals
340
List of Mobile Units
364
Field Artillery
370
h Pioneers and variant units
376
AntiAircraft units
383
Commanders and their Genetal Staff Chiefs
389
Abbreviations and glossary
401
Bibliography
413
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Herman Cron was a World War I veteran. Duncan Rogers specializes in miltary history.

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