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General of the Cavalry (Germany)


General of the Cavalry German: General der Kavallerie was a General of the branch OF8-rank in the Imperial Army, the interwar Reichswehr, and the Wehrmacht It was the second-highest General officer rank below Generaloberst Artillery officers of equivalent rank were called General der Artillerie, and infantry officers of equivalent rank General der Infanterie The Wehrmacht also created General der Panzertruppen tank troops, General der Gebirgstruppen mountain troops, General der Pioniere engineers, General der Flieger aviators, General der Fallschirmtruppen parachute troops, and General der Nachrichtentruppen communications troops

junior rank
Generalleutnant

Ranks Wehrmacht
General der Kavallerie
General of the branch
senior rank
Generaloberst

List of officers who were General der Kavallerie

Contents
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • X
  • Y
  • Z

B

Moritz von Bissing, appointed General of the Cavalry in 1902
  • Friedrich von Bernhardi 1849–1930
  • Moritz von Bissing 1844–1917

C

  • Friedrich August Peter von Colomb 1775–1854

D

  • Georg Graf von der Decken 1787–1859

E

  • Karl von Einem 1853–1934
  • Rudolf Koch-Erpach 1886–1971
  • Franz Hermann Günther von Etzel 1862–1948

F

  • Max von Fabeck 1854–1916
  • Hans Feige 1880–1953
  • Kurt Feldt 1897–1970
  • Rudolf von Frommel 1857–1921

G

  • Otto von Garnier 1859–1947
  • Ludwig Freiherr von Gebsattel 1857–1930

H

Erick-Oskar Hansen, General of the Cavalry during World War II
  • Gottlieb Graf von Haeseler 1836–1919
  • Erick-Oskar Hansen 1889–1967
  • Gustav Harteneck 1892–1984
  • Philipp von Hellingrath 1862–1939
  • Erich Hoepner 1886–1944
  • Ernst von Hoeppner 1860–1922
  • Leonhard von Hohenhausen 1788–1872
  • Gustav von Hollen 1851–1917

K

  • Philipp Kleffel 1887–1964
  • Paul Ludwig Ewald von Kleist 1881-1954
  • Rudolf Koch-Erpach 1886–1971
  • Carl-Erik Koehler 1895–1958
  • Otto Kreß von Kressenstein 1850–1929
  • Karl Wilhelm Heinrich von Kleist 1836-1917

L

  • Maximilian von Laffert 1855–1917
  • Georg Lindemann 1884–1963

M

  • August von Mackensen 1849–1945
  • Eberhard von Mackensen 1889–1969
  • Georg von der Marwitz 1856–1929

P

  • Curt von Pfuel 1849–1936
  • Ernst Ludwig von Pfuel 1716−1798
  • Georg Adam von Pfuel 1618–1672
  • Prince Friedrich Leopold of Prussia 1865–1931

R

  • Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen 1855–1939

S

  • Maximilian von Speidel 1856–1943
  • Leo Geyr von Schweppenburg 1886-1974

U

  • Wilhelm Karl, Duke of Urach

W

  • Alfred von Waldersee 1832–1904
  • Maximilian von Weichs 1881–1954 Later promoted to Generalfeldmarschall
  • Siegfried Westphal 1902–1982

Z

  • Christian von Zweibrücken 1782–1859

See also

  • General Germany
  • Comparative officer ranks of World War II

References


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