German military headquarters restrictions as specified in the Treaty of Versailles

Part V of the Treaty of Versailles deals with the military restrictions placed on Germany following the First World War. In this section, the allied powers placed fixed restrictions on the amount of administrative army headquarters and the respective number of officers and personnel allowed in ecah. In total, the German army was allowed to have just two headquarters, with 180 military personnel per headquarters.

Restrictions regarding German Army Corps Headquarters and their personnel, as specified in the Treaty of Versailles, June 28, 1919

Maximum number allowed
Army Corps Headquarters2
Officers per Headquarters30
Non-commissioned officers and men per Headquarters150
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Source

Release date

January 2020

Region

Germany

Survey time period

June 28, 1919

Supplementary notes

Release date is date of extraction.

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