20th Mountain Army (Wehrmacht)

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The German Lapland Army (AOK Lappland) was one of the two army echelon headquarters controlling German troops in the far north of Norway and Finland during World War II. It was established in January 1942, and redesignated as the 20th Mountain Army (20. Gebirgsarmee) in June 1942.

On 18 December 1944, the 20th Mountain Army absorbed the German 21st Army.

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April 1942

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