The German Army Command in the West (Oberbefehlshaber West (German: initials OB West) was the overall command of the Westheer, the German Armed Forces on the Western Front during World War II. It was directly subordinate to German Armed Forces High Command. The area under the command of the OB West varied as the war progressed. At its farthest extent it reached the French Atlantic coast. By the end of World War II in Europe it was reduced to commanding troops in Bavaria.
|10 October 1940||1 April 1941||Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt|
|1 May 1941||15 March 1942||Field Marshal Erwin von Witzleben|
|15 March 1942||2 July 1944||Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt|
|2 July 1944||16 August 1944||Field Marshal Günther von Kluge|
|16 August 1944||3 September 1944||Field Marshal Walter Model|
|3 September 1944||11 March 1945||Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt|
|11 March 1945||22 April 1945||Field Marshal Albert Kesselring|