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Heinrich Fath
Heinrich Fath started the war ranked Generalmajor, and was promoted to Feldmarschalleutnant a few months later. Fath was promoted to honorary General der Infanterie on 21 August 1915, and to full GdI on 1 May 1916, while commanding Korps Fath, which came into being in November 1915. Then, Fath Korps was renamed the XXII. Corps and turned over to FML Rudolf Krauss in October 1916.

GWS, 6/04
Orders of Battle:  Home Front, June 1915
Fortress Line of the Danube, FZM Benda
     Bridgehead Vienna,  FML Fath
     k.k. 3. LstTerrBrig.: GM Freih. v. Hartlieb

Orders of Battle:  Eastern Front, June 1916
Immediately preceding the Russians' Lutsk Offensive
4. Armee, GO
Erzherzog Josef Ferdinand
     Fath Korps, GdI Fath
          26. Schützen div., FML Lischka
          53. inf. div., GM Pongracz

Orders of Battle:  Eastern Front, July 1916

Immediately following the Russian offensive
Army Group Linsingen, GdI
v. Linsingen
4. Armee, GO
v. Tersztyánszky
     Fath Korps, GdI Fath
          26. Schützen div., Feldmarschal Lischka
          45. Schützen div., FML Smekal
          53. inf. div., GM v. Pongracz

Orders of Battle:  Eastern Front, August 1916
Immediately preceding Roumania's declaration of war
Army Group Linsingen, GdI
v. Linsingen
4. Armee, GO
v. Tersztyánszky
     Fath Korps, GdI Fath
          Kneußl Group's Polish Legion, GM
v. Puchalski
          26. Schützen div., GM v. Wieden
          45. Schützen div., GM v. Stöhr
          11. Bay. div., Genlt.
v. Kneußl
          53. inf. div., GM v. Pongracz
          German comb. div., Genlt. Clausius
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