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LXVII Army Corps (Wehrmacht)

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The LXVII Army Corps (German: LXVII. Armeekorps), initially known as the LXVII Reserve Corps (German: LXVII. Reservekorps), was an army corps of the German Wehrmacht during World War II. The corps was formed in September 1942.

History

The LXVII Reserve Corps was formed on 24 September 1942 in Wehrkreis II. Its initial purpose was to oversee and lead reserve divisions of Oberbefehlshaber West (Army Group D).[1] In this, the LXVII Reserve Corps was similar to the LXVI Reserve Corps, which had been formed three days earlier, on 21 September.[2] The initial corps commander of the LXVII Reserve Corps was Walther Fischer von Weikersthal.[3]

On 20 January 1944, the LXVII Reserve Corps was renamed to become the LXVII Army Corps.[1] It was subsequently activated for normal combat purposes and would serve, in order, under the 15th Army between February 1944 and November 1944,[4] under the 1st Parachute Army in December 1944,[5] under the 15th Army in January 1945,[4] under the 5th Panzer Army between February 1945 and March 1945,[6] and under the 11th Army in April 1945.[7]

Structure

Organizational structure of the LXVII (67th) Reserve Corps and the LXVII (67th) Army Corps of the German Wehrmacht, 1942 – 1945[1]
Year Date Commander[3] Subordinate Divisions[4][5][6][7] Army Army Group Operational area
1942 October von Weikersthal Various directly under army group Army Group D Brussels
November
December
1943 January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1944 January
12 February 344th Infantry, 348th Infantry 15th Army Amiens
11 March 85th Infantry, 344th Infantry, 348th Infantry
8 April 344th Infantry, 348th Infantry
11 May Army Group B Amiens, Breda
12 June Sponheimer
17 July
31 August 17th LFD, 226th Infantry, 245th Infantry
16 September 17th LFD, 331st Infantry, 344th Infantry, 346th Infantry, 711th Infantry
13 October 64th Infantry, 70th Infantry, 85th Infantry, 346th Infantry, 711th Infantry, 719th Infantry
5 November 85th Infantry, 245th Infantry, 346th Infantry, 711th Infantry, 719th Infantry
26 November 363rd Infantry 1st Parachute Army Army Group H Breda
31 December Hitzfeld 3rd Parachute, 89th Infantry, 246th Infantry, 277th Infantry 15th Army Army Group B Aachen
1945 19 February 26th Infantry, 89th Infantry, 277th Infantry 5th Panzer Army Rur
1 March 89th Infantry, 277th Infantry
12 April Kgr Feller, Kgr Ettner, Kgr Heidenreich, Kgr Großkreuz 11th Army Army Group D Kassel, Harz

Noteworthy individuals

References

  1. ^ a b c Tessin, Georg (1977). "Generalkommando LXVII. Reservekorps (röm. 67. RK) Generalkommando LXVII. Armeekorps (röm. 67. AK)". Die Landstreitkräfte 31-70. Verbände und Truppen der deutschen Wehrmacht und Waffen-SS im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939-1945 (in German). 5. Osnabrück: Biblio Verlag. p. 273. ISBN 3764810971.
  2. ^ Tessin, Georg (1977). "Generalkommando LXVI. Reservekorps (röm. 66. RK) Generalkommando LXVI. Armeekorps (röm. 66. AK)". Die Landstreitkräfte 31-70. Verbände und Truppen der deutschen Wehrmacht und Waffen-SS im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939-1945 (in German). 5. Osnabrück: Biblio Verlag. p. 268. ISBN 3764810971.
  3. ^ a b c d e f MacLean, French L. (2014). Unknown Generals - German Corps Commanders In World War II. Pickle Partners Publishing. pp. 115–117. ISBN 9781782895220.
  4. ^ a b c Tessin, Georg (1977). "15. Armee (AOK 15)". Die Landstreitkräfte 15-30. Verbände und Truppen der deutschen Wehrmacht und Waffen-SS im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939-1945 (in German). 4. Osnabrück: Biblio Verlag. pp. 1–5. ISBN 3764810971.
  5. ^ a b Tessin, Georg (1977). "1. Fallschirm-Armee (Fs. AOK 1)". Die Landstreitkräfte 1-5. Verbände und Truppen der deutschen Wehrmacht und Waffen-SS im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939-1945 (in German). 2. Osnabrück: Biblio Verlag. pp. 11–12. ISBN 3764810971.
  6. ^ a b Tessin, Georg (1977). "5. Panzer-Armee (Pz. AOK 5)". Die Landstreitkräfte 1-5. Verbände und Truppen der deutschen Wehrmacht und Waffen-SS im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939-1945 (in German). 2. Osnabrück: Biblio Verlag. pp. 282–283. ISBN 3764810971.
  7. ^ a b Tessin, Georg (1977). "11. Armee (AOK 11)". Die Landstreitkräfte 15-30. Verbände und Truppen der deutschen Wehrmacht und Waffen-SS im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939-1945 (in German). 4. Osnabrück: Biblio Verlag. pp. 191–195. ISBN 3764810971.
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