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Vincenz Fox
Oberleutnant Vincenz Fox was made chief of staff to the II. Corps in April 1901, replacing Obst Franz Rohr. Fox held this position for six years before surrendering it to Oberleutnant Aurel von le Beau in 1907.  FML Fox assumed control of the 35. Infantry Division in September 1914, displacing FML Viktor Njegovan.  But in January 1915, GdI Fox was elevated to the command of the XV. Corps, which had been vacated by the death of GdI Michael Edler von Appel. His divisional command was taken over by FML Eugen Podhoranszky, who led the division all the way until wars' end.  Fox kept his Corps leadership until July 1915, when he was superceded by FML Rudolf Stöger-Steiner Edler von Steinstätten.

GWS, 3/02
Orders of Battle:  Polish Front, January 1915
Immediately preceding the Battles for the Carpathians

Army Group Woyrsch

Öst. II. Armee, Gen. d. Kav.
von Böhm-Ermolli
     Gallwitz Korps, Preußisch General der Artillerie
von Gallwitz
          XXXV. inf. div. Feldmlt. Fox

Orders of Battle:  Italian Front, late May 1915
Immediately following Italy's declaration of war against the Empire

Southwestern Front, Generaloberst
Erzherzog Eugen
V. Army, Gen. d. Inf.
v. Boroevic
    XV. Korps, Gen. d. Inf. Fox
    Chief of Staff, Oberst v. Falkenhausen
       1. inf. div., Feldmlt. Bogat
                 7. mtn. brig., Genmj. Ströher
                 8. mtn. brig., Genmj. Andrian
                 1. field art. brig., Oberst Dworak
        50. inf. div., Feldmlt. Edl. v. Kalser
                3. mtn. brig., Genmj. Gerabek
                15. mtn. brig., Genmj. Edl. v. Wieden