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  • La 1re division d'infanterie est une unité de l'armée allemande qui participe aux guerres des duchés et austro-prussienne. Plus tard elle combat lors de la guerre franco-allemande de 1870, puis lors de la Première Guerre mondiale.
  • Die 1. Division, für die Dauer des mobilen Verhältnisses auch als 1. Infanterie-Division bezeichnet, war ein Großverband der Preußischen Armee.
  • The 1st Division (1. Division) was a unit of the Prussian/German Army. It was formed in Königsberg in March 1816 as a Troop Brigade (Truppen-Brigade). It became the 1st Division on September 5, 1818. From the corps' formation in 1820, the division was subordinated in peacetime to I Army Corps (I. Armeekorps). The 1st Division was disbanded in 1919, during the demobilization of the German Army after World War I.The 1st Division and its regiments fought in the Austro-Prussian War against Austria in 1866, including the Battle of Königgrätz. The division then fought in the Franco-Prussian War against France in 1870–1871. Its regiments saw action in the Battle of Noiseville, the Battle of Gravelotte, the Siege of Metz, the Battle of Amiens, the Battle of Hallue, and the Battle of St. Quentin, among other actions.In World War I, the division initially served on the Eastern Front, seeing action at the battles of Stallupönen, Gumbinnen, and Tannenberg, and the First Battle of the Masurian Lakes. The division then fought in the Battle of Łódź and in the Gorlice-Tarnów Offensive of 1915. In March 1916, the 1st Infantry Division was transferred to the Western Front. One month later, it entered the Battle of Verdun. After several months' hard fighting around Fort Vaux, the division was withdrawn from the line and returned to the Eastern Front, where it arrived in August 1916. It then participated in the invasion of Romania, which had entered the war in 1916 on the Allied side. The division returned to Verdun at the end of 1917. In 1918, it took part in the Spring Offensive, which the Germans referred to as the Kaiserschlacht, the Second Battle of the Marne, and the Battle of the Hindenburg Line.
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  • Richard von Conta
  • Ernst von Petersdorff
  • Ferdinand von Stülpnagel
  • Conrad Paschen
  • Georg Ferdinand von Bentheim
  • Hans von Guretzky-Cornitz
  • Hugo von Kottwitz
  • Julius von Verdy du Vernois
  • Karl August von Esebeck
  • Karl Botho zu Eulenburg
  • Kuno von der Goltz
  • Wilhelm Karl Friedrich von Gayl
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  • United States Army, American Expeditionary Forces, Intelligence Section
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  • régiment d'artillerie de campagne
  • Richard von Conta
  • Ernst von Petersdorff
  • Ferdinand von Stülpnagel
  • régiment d'infanterie « Herzog Karl von Mecklenburg-Strelitz »
  • Conrad Paschen
  • Georg Ferdinand von Bentheim
  • Hans von Guretzky-Cornitz
  • Hugo von Kottwitz
  • Julius von Verdy du Vernois
  • Karl August von Esebeck
  • Karl Botho zu Eulenburg
  • Kuno von der Goltz
  • Wilhelm Karl Friedrich von Gayl
  • régiment d'infanterie « von Boyen »
  • régiment de cuirassiers « Graf Wrangel »
  • régiment de dragons « prince Albert de Prusse »
  • régiment de grenadiers « Kronprinz »
  • régiment d'infanterie « roi Frédéric Guillaume I »
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  • Histories of Two Hundred and Fifty-one Divisions of the German Army which Participated in the War
  • Stellenbesetzung Der Deutschen Heere, 1815-1939 Die Hoheren Kommandostellen
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  • Richard von Conta
  • Kürassier-Regiment „Graf Wrangel“ Nr. 3
  • Ernst von Petersdorff
  • Ferdinand von Stülpnagel
  • Altpreußisches Infanterieregiment No. 11
  • Infanterie-Regiment „Herzog Karl von Mecklenburg-Strelitz“ Nr. 43
  • Altpreußisches Infanterieregiment No. 2
  • Conrad Paschen
  • Georg Ferdinand von Bentheim
  • Hans von Guretzky-Cornitz
  • Hugo von Kottwitz
  • Infanterie-Regiment „von Boyen“ Nr. 41
  • Julius von Verdy du Vernois
  • Karl August von Esebeck
  • Karl Botho zu Eulenburg
  • Kuno von der Goltz
  • Dragoner-Regiment „Prinz Albrecht von Preußen“ Nr. 1
  • Ulanen-Regiment „Graf zu Dohna“ Nr. 8
  • Wilhelm Karl Friedrich von Gayl
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  • Bibliophile Books
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  • La 1re division d'infanterie est une unité de l'armée allemande qui participe aux guerres des duchés et austro-prussienne. Plus tard elle combat lors de la guerre franco-allemande de 1870, puis lors de la Première Guerre mondiale.↑ Wegner 1990, p. 90
  • Die 1. Division, für die Dauer des mobilen Verhältnisses auch als 1. Infanterie-Division bezeichnet, war ein Großverband der Preußischen Armee.
  • The 1st Division (1. Division) was a unit of the Prussian/German Army. It was formed in Königsberg in March 1816 as a Troop Brigade (Truppen-Brigade). It became the 1st Division on September 5, 1818. From the corps' formation in 1820, the division was subordinated in peacetime to I Army Corps (I. Armeekorps).
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  • 1re division d'infanterie (Empire allemand)
  • 1. Division (Deutsches Kaiserreich)
  • 1st Division (German Empire)
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