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  • La 4e 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 4. Division, für die Dauer des mobilen Verhältnisses auch als 4. Infanterie-Division bezeichnet, war ein Großverband der Preußischen Armee.
  • The 4th Division (4. Division) was a unit of the Prussian/German Army. It was formed in Torgau on September 5, 1818. The headquarters moved to Stargard (now Stargard Szczeciński, Poland) in 1820, where it stayed until 1852. In 1852, the headquarters moved to its final destination, Bromberg (now Bydgoszcz, Poland). From the corps' formation in 1820, the division was subordinated in peacetime to the II Army Corps (II. Armeekorps). The 4th Division was disbanded in 1919 during the demobilization of the German Army after World War I.The 4th 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 1870-71. It saw action in the Battle of Gravelotte, the Siege of Metz, and the Siege of Paris, among other actions.In World War I, the 4th Division served initially on the Western Front, seeing action in the invasion of Belgium, the First Battle of the Marne and the Race to the Sea. The division was then transferred to the Eastern Front, where it fought in several campaigns, including the recapture of Lemberg in 1915. It then returned to the Western Front, where it saw action in the Battle of Verdun. After Verdun, it occupied various positions on the line on the Western Front. In 1918, it took part in the German Spring Offensive, including the Battle of Picardy and the Battle of the Lys (also known as the Lys Offensive or the Fourth Battle of Ypres).
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  • mai 1919
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  • US Army1920
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  • Osnabruck
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  • http://ia700401.us.archive.org/3/items/cu31924027835317/cu31924027835317.pdf
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  • United States Army, American Expeditionary Forces, Intelligence Section
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  • division d'infanterie
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  • régiment d'infanterie
  • régiment d'artillerie de campagne
  • Alfred von Lewinski
  • August Wilhelm von Seebeck
  • Benno Hann von Weyhern
  • Eduard von Jena
  • Erich Freyer
  • Friedrich Herwarth von Bittenfeld
  • Friedrich Wilhelm von Schmeling
  • Georg von Wedell
  • Georg von der Gröben
  • Günther von Pannewitz
  • Hans August von Glisczinski
  • Heinrich von Holleben
  • Heinrich von Rosenzweig
  • Hermann von Radecke
  • Jakob Friedrich von Rüchel-Kleist
  • Johann Karl August von Borries
  • Karl August Ferdinand von Borcke
  • régiment d'infanterie « Graf Schwerin »
  • régiment de dragons « von Arnim »
  • régiment de dragons « Freiherr von Derfflinger »
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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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  • Alfred von Lewinski
  • August Wilhelm von Seebeck
  • Benno Hann von Weyhern
  • Dragoner-Regiment „von Arnim“ Nr. 12
  • Eduard von Jena
  • Erich Freyer
  • Friedrich Herwarth von Bittenfeld
  • Georg von Wedell
  • Georg von der Gröben
  • Günther von Pannewitz
  • Hans August von Glisczinski
  • Heinrich von Holleben
  • Heinrich von Rosenzweig
  • Hermann von Radecke
  • Hinterpommersches Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr. 53
  • Infanterie-Regiment „Graf Schwerin“ Nr. 14
  • Jakob Friedrich von Rüchel-Kleist
  • Johann Karl August von Borries
  • Karl August Ferdinand von Borcke
  • Wilhelm von Schmeling
  • Dragoner-Regiment „Freiherr von Derfflinger“ Nr. 3
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  • Bibliophile Books
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  • La 4e 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. 94
  • Die 4. Division, für die Dauer des mobilen Verhältnisses auch als 4. Infanterie-Division bezeichnet, war ein Großverband der Preußischen Armee.
  • The 4th Division (4. Division) was a unit of the Prussian/German Army. It was formed in Torgau on September 5, 1818. The headquarters moved to Stargard (now Stargard Szczeciński, Poland) in 1820, where it stayed until 1852. In 1852, the headquarters moved to its final destination, Bromberg (now Bydgoszcz, Poland). From the corps' formation in 1820, the division was subordinated in peacetime to the II Army Corps (II. Armeekorps).
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  • 4e division d'infanterie (Empire allemand)
  • 4. Division (Deutsches Kaiserreich)
  • 4th Division (German Empire)
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