Friedrich Bernhard (October 5, 1888 – December 29, 1945) was a German Lieutenant-General of the Cavalry, serving during World War II as a Panzer commander; he was a recipient of the German Cross in Gold on 17 March 1944. He held command of Special Corps 532 in the 9th Army. Captured by the Red Army, he was sentenced to death by a Soviet military tribunal at Bryansk on December 29, 1945 for atrocities committed in the Bryansk area, and executed.
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