4th Air Corps (Germany)

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IV. Fliegerkorps
German 4th Air Corps
Kommandierender General eines Fliegerkorps.svg
Flag of a commanding general of a Fliegerkorps
Active 11 October 1939 – 16 September 1944
Country Nazi Germany Nazi Germany
Branch Air Force
Commanders
Notable
commanders
Alfred Keller

IV. Fliegerkorps[Notes 1] (4th Air Corps) was formed 11 October 1939 in Düsseldorf from the 4. Flieger-Division. The Corps was disbanded on 16 September 1944 and its Stab formed the Kommandierenden General der Deutschen Luftwaffe in Dänemark (commanding general of the German Luftwaffe in Denmark).

Commanding officers[edit]

  • Generaloberst Alfred Keller, 11 October 1939 – 19 August 1940
  • General der Flieger Kurt Pflugbeil, 20 August 1940 – 24 August 1943
  • General der Flieger Rudolf Meister, 4 September 1943 – 16 September 1944

Chiefs of staff[edit]

  • Oberst Alexander Holle, 11 October 1939 – 19 December 39
  • Oberst Josef Kammhuber, 19 December 1939 – 27 December 1939
  • Oberst Alexander Holle, 27 December 1939 – 31 January 1940
  • Oberst Hans-Detlef Herhudt von Rohden, 20 February 1941 – 30 September 1941
  • Oberst Torsten Christ, ? – 23 February 1943
  • Oberst Anselm Brasser, 23 February 1943 – 30 November 1943
  • Oberst Walter Storp, 1 December 1943 – 31 May 1944

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ For more details see Luftwaffe Organization
References