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L'ARMEE ALLEMANDE AU CHEMIN DES DAMES

From mid-September till October 1918, the area of the Chemin des Dames was held by the 7th German army, commanded by General Von Heeringen and then by General von Bülow. 

 

The German army consisted of active troops and reserve troops.

Elder men were mobilized in the Lanwehr and in the Ersatztruppen.

In 1914, an active division consisted of 16,650 men, most of whom (13,000 men) within the field-artillery regiments) each one with 12 six-piece batteries.

 

 


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Only pages marked out with an asterisk are completed. Concerning the others, we still don’t have detailed information about their exact role in the battles of the Chemin des Dames.

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