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German Tenth Army
The German Tenth Army (German: 10.Armee Oberkommando) was a World War II field army.
The Tenth Army was activated on August 6, 1939 with General Walter von Reichenau in command. First seeing service in Poland until the capitulation of Polish forces on October 10, 1939. The army was then reformed in 1943 as part of the defence of Italy, seeing action notably at Monte Cassino, before finally surrending near the Alps.
- General Walter von Reichenau (August 6 1939 - October 10 1939)
- General Heinrich von Vietinghoff gennant Scheel (August 15 1943 - February 14 1945)
- General Traugott Herr (February 15 1942 - May 2 1945)
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