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  1. 24 de abr. de 2024 · The Imperial German Army (1871–1919), officially referred to as the German Army ( German : Deutsches Heer [7] ), was the unified ground and air force of the German Empire. It was established in 1871 with the political unification of Germany under the leadership of Prussia, and was dissolved in 1919, after the defeat of the German Empire in ...

  2. In the summer of 1918, the British Army was at its peak strength with as many as 4.5 million men on the western front and 4,000 tanks for the Hundred Days Offensive, the Americans arriving at the rate of 10,000 a day, Germany's allies facing collapse and the German Empire's manpower exhausted, it was only a matter of time before multiple Allied offensives destroyed the German army.

  3. Imperial German Field Uniforms And Equipment 1907-1918, Volume 2. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. ISBN 978-0764322624. Somers, Johan (2007). Imperial German Field Uniforms And Equipment 1907-1918, Volume 3. Schiffer Military History. ISBN 978-0764327780. Woolley, Charles (1999). Uniforms & Equipment of the Imperial German Army 1900-1918.

  4. During times of war in Germany, all military forces came under the direct command of the German Emperor, via Article 60 of the Constitution of the German Reich (1871). From 1871 to 1918, the forces of the Emperor included those of the kingdoms of Prussia , Bavaria , Saxony and Württemberg , with all other states commanded by, or merged with his Prussian army.

  5. The Imperial German Army (1871-1918) The Imperial Austrian Army (1806–1867) The Austro-Hungarian Army (1804-1918) The Imperial Russian Army (1721-1917) The French Imperial Army (1804-1814 and 1815) Elsewhere. The Imperial Japanese Army; The Imperial Chinese Army; The Manchukuo Imperial Army; The Imperial Iranian Army; The Imperial Brazilian Army

  6. The 8th Army ( German: 8. Armee / Armeeoberkommando 8 / A.O.K. 8) was an army level command of the German Army in World War I. It was formed on mobilization in August 1914 from the I Army Inspectorate. [1] The army was dissolved on 29 September 1915, but reformed on 30 December 1915. [2] It was finally disbanded in 1919 during demobilization ...

  7. Third Battle of Ypres. Insignia. Abbreviation. A.O.K. 4. The 4th Army ( German: 4. Armee / Armeeoberkommando 4 / A.O.K. 4) was an army level command of the German Army in World War I. It was formed on mobilisation in August 1914 from the VI Army Inspection. [1] The army was disbanded in 1919 during demobilization after the war.