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Hallo Gents, :beer:

can anybody point me towards where a complete list or Order of Battle

for German (i.e. Prussian and Associated German States) for the Campaign alongside

Austro-Hungarian and Bulgarian and Turkish Forces can be found?

Preferably an online listing of Regiments and Units involved. :P

Kevin in Deva. :beer:

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I have read of references to:-

9th Army - Falkenhayn.

General K?hne and

41st, 109th, 301st and 11th Bavarian, (I presume these are Divisions?)

also reference to a Schmetton's Korps ?

Group Krafft:-

Goiginger Division, 216th Division, Alpine Kprps in total 33 Battalions and 31 Batteries.

In the forcing of the Kronstadt Passes:-

Groups Morgen & Staabs.

November 26th (1917?) Army of the Danube:-

5th Division, 217th Division, "Division Goltz"

Outside of my inquiry, is also mentioned:-

the Turkish 26th, Bulgarian 1st & 12th, Austro-Hungarian Danube Flotilla and Pioneers.

November 29th (1917?) Battle for Bucharest:-

9th Army, Army Group Mackensen, Group Stabbs, Krafft, K?hne, Morgen.

I am looking to flesh out these forces, with regards who they were composed off.

Kevin in Deva. beer.gif

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