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Landwehr Infanterieregimenter as at August 1914 The Austrian Landwehr infantry was organised in 37 Landwehr infantry regiments and a further

three "Landesschützen-Regimenter" which were trained as specialist mountain infantry regiments. Additionally Landwehr infantry regiments Nr.4 and Nr.27 were also trained for mountain duties. Landwehr infantry regiments generally had in peacetime 3 field battalions as opposed to the four in a common army regiment. Landesschützen regiments I and III had however four battalions and Landwehr Infantry Regiments Nr.23 and 27 had two each. Two redesignations of regimental names took place in January and April 1917 respectively to reflect the valour of the Austrian Landwehr: The regiments were renamed as followed:
16 January 1917 11 April 1917 11 April 1917 Landesschützen-Regimenter I-III Landwehr Infanterie-Regimenter Landwehr Infanterie-Regimenter 4 and 27 Kaiserschützen-Regimenter I-III Schützen-Regimenter Gebirgsschützen-Regimenter 1-2

Unless otherwise noted the brigades and divisions in the table are those of the Austrian Landwehr. If a regiment was assigned to a common army brigade or division on mobilisation, then that division's title is given in the table.
Regiment K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Wien Nr.1 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Linz Nr.2 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Graz Nr.3 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Klagenfurt Nr.4 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Triest Nr.5 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Eger Nr.6 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Pilsen Nr.7 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Prag Nr.8 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Leitmeritz Nr.9 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Jungbunzlau Nr.10 Raised 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 Wien Linz Graz Klagenfurt Pola Eger Pilsen Prag Leitmeritz Jungbunzlau Staff Brigade 25 87 43 44 * 41 41 42 52 52 Division 13 44 22 22 * 21 21 21 26 26 Corps II XIV III III * VIII VIII VIII IX IX

K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Jičin Nr.11 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Časlau Nr.12 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Olmütz Nr.13 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Brünn Nr.14 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Troppau Nr.15 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Krakau Nr.16 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Rzeszów Nr.17 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Przemyśl Nr.18 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Lemberg Nr.19 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Stanislau Nr.20 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment St. Pölten Nr.21 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Czernowitz Nr.22 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Zara Nr.23 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Wien Nr.24 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Kremsier Nr.25 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Marburg Nr.26 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Laibach Nr.27 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Pisek Nr.28 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment BudweisNr.29 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Hohenmauth Nr.30

1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1889 1893 1900 1900 1901 1901 1899 1899 1898

Jičin Časlau Olmütz Brünn Troppau Krakau Rzeszów Przemyśl Lemberg Stanislau St. Pölten Czernowitz Zara Wien Kremsier Marburg (Maribor) Laibach (Ljubljana) Pisek Budweis Hohenmauth

51 51 92 26 92 91 90 89 85 86 87 86 5.GbBrig. 25 26 43 44 42 37.IBrig. 51

26 26 46 13 46 46 45 45 30. ID. 43 44 43 18. ID. 13 13 22 22 21 19. ID. 26

IX IX I II I I X X XI III XIV III XVI II II III III VIII XVII IX

K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Teschen Nr.31 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Neu-Sandec Nr.32 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Stryj Nr.33 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Jaroslau Nr.34 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Zloczów Nr.35 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Kolomea Nr.36 K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Gravosa Nr.37

1901 1901 1901 1901 1898 1898 1906

Teschen Neu-Sandec Stryj Jaroslau Zloczów Kolomea Gravosa

91 91 89 90 85 86 4.GbBrig.

46 46 45 45 30. ID. 43 18. ID.

I I X X XI III XVI

Landesschützen-Regimenter I-III Landesschützen-Regiment Trient Nr.I Landesschützen-Regiment Bozen Nr.II Landesschützen-Regiment Innichen Nr.III 1893 1893 1892 Trient Bozen Innichen 87 88 88 44 XIV XIV XIV

* K.K. Landwehr-Infanterieregiment Triest Nr.5 remained in Pola on mobilisation as part of the garrison.

Landwehrulanenregimenter as at August 1914 On the mobilisation the individual Landwehr Ulanenregimenter sent pairs of Squadrons to be employed as divisional cavalry to both Common Army and Landwehr Infantry Divisions as follows:
Staff 1.Landwehrulanenregiment 2.Landwehrulanenregiment 3.Landwehrulanenregiment 4.Landwehrulanenregiment 5.Landwehrulanenregiment 6.Landwehrulanenregiment Lemberg Hohenmauth Rseszów Olmütz Stockerau Wels Squadrons 1., 2. Schwd. 11.ID. 1., 2. Schwd. 26.LID. 1., 2. Schwd. 45.LID. 1., 2. Schwd. 5.ID. 1., 2. Schwd. 4.ID. 1., 2. Schwd. 3.ID. Squadrons 3., 4. Schwd. 30.ID. 3., 4. Schwd. 29.ID. 3., 4. Schwd. 24.ID. 3., 4. Schwd. 12.ID. 3., 4. Schwd. 25.ID. 3., 4. Schwd. 8.ID. Squadrons 5., 6. Schwd. 43.LID. 5., 6. Schwd. 10.ID. 5., 6. Schwd. 2.ID. 5., 6. Schwd. 46.LID. 5., 6. Schwd. 13.LID. 5., 6. Schwd. 44.LID.

Additionally the Austrian Landwehr cavalry had two "Divisions" of mounted rifles. One was recruited from the Tyrol, the other from Dalmatia:
Reitende Tiroler Landesschützendivision Trient 1., 3. Schwd. 44.LID. 1 Zug 1.Schwd. 4.GbBrig. 18.ID 1 Zug 2.Schwd. 5.GbBrig. 18.ID 1 Zug 1.Schwd. 6.GbBrig. 18.ID 1 Zug 2.Schwd. 18.ID 1 Zug 1.Schwd. 2.GbBrig. 1 Zug 1.Schwd. 14.GbBrig. 47.ID. 2 Züge 2.Schwd. 40 HID. 2. Schwd. 11.HKD.

Reitende Dalmatiner Landesschützendivision

Sinj

Austrian Landwehr Higher Formations August 1914 Just prior to mobilization in August 1914 the Austrian Landwehr was organized territorially into nine Landwehr Districts with eight Infantry Troop Divisions and three independent Cavalry Brigades. The whole organization was under the control of the Austrian Ministry of Defence in Vienna whose Minister was General der Infanterie Friedrich Freiherr von Georgi. The senior officer of the Landwehr was the "Oberkommandant" a post held by General der Infanterie Archduke Friedrich. Tactically the Landwehr formations were placed under the control of the Commanding General of the Common Army Army Corps District within which they were recruited and stationed with the exception of the Ragusa based 16th Army Corps and to all intents and purposes became a third Infantry Division of the respective Army Corps. A Landwehr Group Headquarters was thus part of each of the Army District Headquarters in which a Landwehr Division was based. At mobilization some reorganization was effected and regiments assigned to other Brigade and Divisions including formations of the Common Army. These changes can be seen on the Landwehr Infantry Page. Commanders who changed at mobilization can be seen on the August 1914 OOB pages for Galicia and Serbia. The last peacetime order of battle was as follows:

13. LITD (2.Korps) 25. LwIBrig. 26. LwIBrig. 21. LITD (8.Korps) 41. LwIBrig.

Vienna Vienna Brünn Prague Pilsen

FML. Eduard Edler von Kreysa GM. Karl Englert GM. Emil Lischka FML. Artur Przyborski GM. Otmar Panesch

LIR.1, LIR.24 LIR.14, LIR.25

LIR.6, LIR.7

42. LwIBrig. 22. LITD (3.Korps) 43. LwIBrig. 44. LwIBrig. 26. LITD (9.Korps) 51. LwIBrig. 52. LwIBrig. 43. LITD (11.Korps) 85. LwIBrig. 86. LwIBrig. 44. LITD (14.Korps) 87. LwIBrig. 88. LwIBrig. 45. LITD (10.Korps) 89. LwIBrig. 90. LwIBrig. 46. LITD (1.Korps) 91. LwIBrig.

Prague Graz Graz Pola Leitmeritz Hohenmauth Leitmeritz Czernowitz Lemberg Czernowitz Innsbruck Linz Bozen Przemyśl Przemyśl Jaroslau Krakau Krakau

GM. Alois Podhajský FML. Heinrich Ritter von Krauss-Elislago GM. Josef Nemeczek GM. Ignaz Schmidt Edler von Fussina FML. Karl von Křitek GM. Viktor Seidler GM. Otto Gössmann FML. Albert Schmidt von Georgenegg Oberst Georg Komma GM. Moritz Jesser FML. Heinrich Tschurtschenthaler von Helmheim GM. Rudolf Krauss GM. Karl Georgi FML. Stephan Ljubičić

LIR.8, LIR.28, LIR.29

LIR.3, LIR.26, LIR.31 LIR.4, LIR.5, LIR.27

LIR.11, LIR.12, LIR.30 LIR.9, LIR.10

LIR.19, LIR.35 LIR.20, LIR.22, LIR.36

LIR.2, LIR.21 LSchR.I, LSchR.II, LSchR.III

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GM. Ernst Ritter Hörmann von Wüllerstorf und LIR.18, LIR.33 Urbair GM. Johann Edler von Sauerwein FML. Karl Nastopil
LIR.17, LIR.34

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GM. Alfred Kochanowski Edler von Korwinau LIR.16, LIR.31

92. LwIBrig. 1.LwKBrig. 2.LwKBrig. 3.LwKBrig.

Olmütz

GM. Adam Brandner Edler von Wolfszahn

LIR.13, LIR.15

Wels Olmütz Lemberg

GM. Gabriel Graf Marenzi GM. Rudolf Krauszler Post not filled

LUR.5, LUR.6, RtTLschD. LUR.2, LUR.4 LUR.1, LUR.3

Hungarian Landwehr (Honvéd) Infanterieregimenter as at August 1914
Unlike the Austrian Landwehr, all Hungarian Landwehr Infantry regiments were assigned to Landwehr (Honvéd) infantry brigades and divisions at mobilisation. All Honvéd Infantry Regiments had three Battalions with the exception of LIR. Nr.19 which had four. The German language designation is given first followed by the Hungarian Landwehr (honvéd) nomenclature below. Regiment Budapester Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.1 Budapesti 1. honvéd gyalogezred Gyulaer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.2 Gyulai 2. honvéd gyalogezred Debreczener Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.3 Debreczeni 3. honvéd gyalogezred Nagyvárader Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.4 Nagyváradi 4. honvéd gyalogezred Szegeder Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.5 Szegedi 5. honvéd gyalogezred Szabadkaer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.6 Szabadkai 6. honvéd gyalogezred Veršeczer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.7 Verseczi 7. honvéd gyalogezred 1886
Veršecz

Raised 1886

Staff
Budapest

Brigade 81

Division 20

Corps III

1886

Békes-Gyula

45

23

IX

1886

Debreczen

39

20

III

1886

Nagyvárad

39

20

III

1886

Szeged

45

23

IX

1886

Szabadka

80

40

XVI

46

23

IX

Lugoser Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.8 Lugosi 8. honvéd gyalogezred Kassaer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.9 Kassai 9. honvéd gyalogezred Miscolczer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.10 Miskolczi 10. honvéd gyalogezred Munkácser Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.11 Munkácsi 11. honvéd gyalogezred Szatmárer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.12 Szatmári 12. honvéd gyalogezred Pozsonyer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.13 Pozsonyi 13. honvéd gyalogezred Nyitraer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.14 Nyitrai 14. honvéd gyalogezred Trencséner Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.15 Trencséni 15. honvéd gyalogezred Beszterczebányaer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.16 Beszterczebányai 16. honvéd gyalogezred Székesfehérvárer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.17

1886

Lugos

46

23

IX

1886

Kassa

77

39

VI

1886

Miscolcz

78

39

VI

1886

Munkács

77

39

VI

1886

Szatmár-Németi

40

41

XIV

1886

Pozsony

73

37

V

1886

Nyitra

74

37

V

1886

Trencsén

74

37

V

1886

Beszterczebánya

78

39

VI

1886

Székesfehérvár

81

20

III

Székesfehérvári 17. honvéd gyalogezred Soproner Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.18 Soproni 18. honvéd gyalogezred Pécser Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.19 Pécsi 19. honvéd gyalogezred Nagykanizsaer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.20 Nagykanizsai 20. honvéd gyalogezred Kolozsvárer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.21 Kolozsvári 21. honvéd gyalogezred Maros-Vásárhelyer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.22 Maros-Vásárhelyi 22. honvéd gyalogezred Nagyszebener Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.23 Nagyszebeni 23. honvéd gyalogezred Brassóer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.24 Brassói 24. honvéd gyalogezred Zagreber Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.25 Zágrábi 25. honvéd gyalogezred Karlovacer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.26 Károlyvárosi 26. honvéd gyalogezred 1886
Carlstadt

1886

Sopron

73

37

V

1886

Pécs

80

40

XVI

1886

Nagykanizsa

82

41

XIV

1886

Kolozsvár

75

38

XII

1886

Maros-Vásárhely

75

38

XII

1886

Nagyszeben

76

38

XII

1886

Brassó

76

38

XII

1886

Zagreb

83

42

XIII

83

42

XIII

Sisaker Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.27 Sziszeki 27. honvéd gyalogezred Osijeker Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.28 Eszéki 28. honvéd gyalogezred Budapester Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.29 Budapesti 29. honvéd gyalogezred Budapester Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.30 Budapesti 30. honvéd gyalogezred Veszprémer Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.31 Veszprémi 31. honvéd gyalogezred Déser Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.32 Dési 32. honvéd gyalogezred

1886

Sisak

84

42

XIII

1886

Osijek

84

42

XIII

1913

Budapest

79

40

XVI

1913

Budapest

79

40

XVI

1913

Veszprém

82

41

XIV

1913

Dés

40

41

XIV

The Hungarian Landwehr (Honvéd) Cavalry as at August 1914
On mobilisation most of the individual Landwehr (Honvéd) Husarenregimenter were brigaded in Honvéd Cavalry Divisions although two regiments sent pairs of Squadrons to be employed as divisional or brigade cavalry to both Common Army and Hungarian Landwehr (Honvéd) Infantry Divisions and brigades as follows. The German language designation is given first followed by the Hungarian Landwehr (honvéd) nomenclature below: Shako Budapester Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.1 Budapesti 1. honvéd huszárezred Debreczener Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.2 Debrezeni 2. honvéd huszárezred Szegeder Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.3 Szegedi 3. honvéd huszárezred Szabadkaer Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.4 Szabadkai 4. honvéd huszárezred Kassaer Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.5 Kassai 5. honvéd huszárezred Zalaegerszeger Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.6 Dark Blue Zalaegerszegi 6. honvéd huszárezred Pápaer Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.7 Green All six squadrons in 23.HKBrig. - 5.HKD. All six squadrons in 23.HKBrig. - 5.HKD. Madder Red All six squadrons in 24.HKBrig. - 11.HKD. Black 1., 2. Schwd. 23.HID. 3., 4. Schwd. 20.HID. 5., 6. Schwd. 41.HID White All six squadrons in 22.HKBrig. - 11.HKD. Light Blue All six squadrons in 22.HKBrig. - 11.HKD. Grey Squadrons Squadrons Squadrons

All six squadrons in 19.HKBrig. - 5.HKD.

Pápai 7. honvéd huszárezred Pécser Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.8 Pécsi 8. honvéd huszárezred Maros-Vásárhelyer Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.9 Maros-Vásárhelyi 9. honvéd huszárezred Varazdiner Landwehrhusarenregiment Nr.10 Varasdi 10. honvéd huszárezred Madder Red 1., 2. Schwd. 36.ID. 3., 4. Schwd. 42.HID. 5., 6. Schwd. 13.IBrig. Madder Red All six squadrons in 24.HKBrig. - 11.HKD. Madder Red All six squadrons in 19.HKBrig. - 5.HKD.

Hungarian Landwehr-Feldkanonenregimenter as at August 1914
The Hungarian Landwehr (Honvéd) were authorized to form their own artillery regiments beginning in 1913. That year saw the establishment of regiments 1 and 8 each of five batteries and eight independent field artillery divisions. By the following spring this complement had been increased and reorganized into eight regiments and an independent horse artillery division. Regiments no. 1 and 4 – 7 had 4 batteries, regiments no. 2 and 3 had 3 batteries and regiment no. 8 had 5 batteries. On mobilization they were attached to the divisions as shown in the table below. Regiment Landwehr-Feldkanonenregiment Nr.1 1. honvéd tábori ágyusezred Landwehr-Feldkanonenregiment Nr.2 2. honvéd tábori ágyusezred Landwehr-Feldkanonenregiment Nr.3 3. honvéd tábori ágyusezred Landwehr-Feldkanonenregiment Nr.4 4. honvéd tábori ágyusezred Landwehr-Feldkanonenregiment Nr.5 5. honvéd tábori ágyusezred Landwehr-FeldkanonenregimentNr.6 6. honvéd tábori ágyusezred Landwehr-Feldkanonenregiment Nr.7 1914 Hajmáskér IV 41. k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision 1914 Zagreb VI 42. k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision 1914 Maros-Vásárhely V 38. k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision 1914 Nyitra IV 37. k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision 1914 Kassa III 39. k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision 1914 Nagyszeben V 23. k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision Raised 1913 Garrison Budapest Honvéd District I Honvéd District Division 40 k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision

7. honvéd tábori ágyusezred Landwehr-Feldkanonenregiment Nr.8 8. honvéd tábori ágyusezred 1. Reitende Landwehr-Artillerie Division 1. honvéd lovastüzér osztály 1914 Szeged II 11.Honvéd-Kavalleriedivision 1913 Lugos II 20. k.u.Landwehr-Infanteriedivision

Hungarian Landwehr (Honvéd) Higher Formations August 1914
Originally formed in 1868 following the Ausgleich or compromise between Austria and Hungary, the Royal Hungarian Landwehr (Honvéd) developed into a sizeable military force which by the outbreak of the First World War had it's own divisional organization including integral artillery. Just prior to mobilization in August 1914 the Hungarian Landwehr (Honvéd) was organized territorially into six Landwehr Districts with an additional two Infantry Troop Divisions*, two Cavalry Divisions and 12 independent Infantry Brigades. The Brigades were formed into a further six Divisions on mobilization. The whole organization was under the control of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence whose Minister was Feldmarschalleutnant Samuel Freiherr von Hazai. The professional military head of the Honvéd was the Landwehr Commander General der Kavallerie Franz Rohr with his Headquarters or k.u. Landwehroberkommando in Budapest. Each of the six Landwehr Districts was headed by a General Officer assisted in most cases by another General as a Deputy and a Field Officer as Chief of Staff. Originally numbering seven, the districts were reorganized in 1912 to mirror the six Common Army Corps Districts in Hungary. In Hungarian parlance the Landwehr district command was known as a "honvéd kerületi parancsnokság". It should be noted that General Officers within the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy were liable to serve in any of the three separate armed forces and therefore it would not be true to state that an individual was a Landwehr or an Honvéd General. Upon being promoted to Generalmajor, a former Oberst or ezredes (Colonel) from the Common Army or the Austrian or Hungarian Landwehr would be placed on the Common Army seniority list regardless of his prior service. The six District Commanders became the Divisional Commanders of the newly formed Divisions (Landwehr-Infanterietruppendivision) at mobilization:

I.Landwehrdistrikt II.Landwehrdistrikt III.Landwehrdistrikt IV.Landwehrdistrikt V.Landwehrdistrikt

Budapest Szeged Kassa Pozsony Kolozsvár

M.kir. I. budapesti honvéd kerületi parancsnokság M.kir. II. szegedi honvéd kerületi parancsnokság M.kir. III. kassai honvéd kerületi parancsnokság M.kir. IV. pozsonyi honvéd kerületi parancsnokság M.kir. V. kolozsvári honvéd kerületi parancsnokság

FML. Josef Braun (40. LITD.) FML. Heinrich Daempf (23.LITD.) FML. Emmerich Hadfy (39.LITD.) FML. Adrian Wieber (37.LITD.) FML. Johann Frieherr Karg von Bebenburg (38.LITD)

VI.Landwehrdistrikt

Zagreb

M.kir. VI. zágrábi horvát-szlavon kerületi parancsnokság

FML. Stephan von Sarkotić (42.LITD.)

Divisions and Brigades. Honvéd Infantry Divisions formed at mobilization in parentheses. 20. LITD 39. LwIBrig. 40. LwIBrig. 41. LITD 81. LwIBrig. 82. LwIBrig. 45. LwIBrig. (23) 46. LwIBrig. (23) 73. LwIBrig. (37) 74. LwIBrig. (37) 75. LwIBrig. (38) 76. LwIBrig. (38) 77. LwIBrig. (39) 78. LwIBrig. (39) Nagy-Várad Nagy-Várad FML. Friedrich von Csanády GM. Koloman Patzák LIR.3, LIR.4 LIR.12, LIR.32

Szatmár-Németi Oberst Béla Tanárky Budapest Budapest Veszprém Szeged Lugos Pozsony Nyitra Kolosvár Nagyszeben Kassa Miskolcz FML. Johann Nikić GM. Eugen Perneczky GM. Rudolf Schamschula GM. Rudolf Seide GM. Lehel Festl Oberst Paul von Nagy GM. Franz Cvrček GM. Karl Lippner v. Nagyszentmiklós Oberst Adalbert Benke von Tardoskedd Oberst Desiderius Molnár von Péterfalva GM. Josef Foglár

LIR.1, LIR.17 LIR.20, LIR.31 LIR.2, LIR.5 (II. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.7, LIR.8 (II. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.13, LIR.18 (IV. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.14, LIR.15 (IV. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.21, LIR.22 (V. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.23, LIR.24 (V. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.9, LIR.11 (III. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.10, LIR.16 (III. Landwehrdistrikt)

79. LwIBrig. (40) 80. LwIBrig. (40) 83. LwIBrig. (42) 84. LwIBrig. (42) 5. LKTD. 19. LKBrig. 23. LKBrig. 11.LKTD. 22. LKBrig. 24. LKBrig.

Budapest Pécs Zagreb Osijek Budapest Budapest Zalaegerszeg Debreczen Szeged Kassa

GM. Koloman Tabajdi Oberst Johann Háber GM. Nikolaus Ištvanović v. Ivanska Oberst Daniel Kolak
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LIR.29, LIR.30 (I. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.6, LIR.19 (I. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.25, LIR.26 (VI. Landwehrdistrikt) LIR.27, LIR.28 (VI. Landwehrdistrikt) -

FML. Ernst von Frohreich GM. Ferdinand Graf v. Bissingen und Nippenburg Oberst Baron Colbert Zech GM. Julius Freiherr Nagy von Tőbőr-Éthe Oberst Karl Czitó Oberst Ladislaus Jóny von Jamnik

LHR.1, 4, 8 LHR.6, 7, 10

LHR.2,3 LHR.5,9

* Magyar Királyi honvéd gyaloghadosztályok