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Maximilian Fretter-Pico


Kdr. Gen., 97. leichte Infanterie-Division (15.4.1941-27.12.1941)

mit d. Führung d. XXX. Armeekorps beauftragt (27.12.1941-23.12.1942)

Kdr. Gen., XXX. Armeekorps (23.12.1942-18.7.1944)

Kdr. Armee-Abteilung Fretter-Pico (23.12.42-3.2.43)

mit d. Führung d. 6. Armee beauftragt (18.7.1944-22.12.1944)

Oberbefehlshaber, Armeegruppe Fretter-Pico (17.9.1944-23.12.1944)

Kdr. Gen., Stellv. Gen.-Kdo. IX. Armeekorps u. Befehlshaber Wehrkreis IX (30.3.45-22.4.45)


From his Personal-Nachweis in his Wehrmacht Personalakte:





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