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Waldemar Erfurth (4 August 1879 – 2 May 1971) was a German general of infantry.
Erfurth was born in Berlin. During the Second World War he was a liaison officer in the Finnish headquarters 1941–44. He wrote a book about the Murmansk railroad and a war journal from 1944. He died in Tübingen.
Awards and decorations
- Iron Cross of 1914, 1st and 2nd class
- Knight's Cross of the Royal House Order of Hohenzollern with Swords (7 November 1916)
- Prussian Service Cross Award
- Bavarian Military Merit Order, 3rd class with Swords
- Knight's Cross, First Class of the Order of Albrecht with Swords
- Military Merit Cross, 2nd class (Mecklenburg-Schwerin)
- War Merit Cross, 2nd class (Brunswick)
- Hanseatic Cross of Lubeck
- Order of the Iron Crown, 3rd class with war decoration (Austria)
- Austrian Military Merit Cross, 3rd class with war decoration
- Ottoman War Medal (Turkish: Harp Madalyası; "Gallipoli Star", or "Iron Crescent")
- Order of Bravery 4th Class, 1st stage (Bulgaria)
- Finnish Order of the Cross of Liberty, First Class with Breast Star and Swords (16 September 1941)  
- Knight's Cross of the War Merit Cross with Swords (8 November 1944)
- Der finnische Krieg (1950)
- Die Geschichte des deutschen Generalstabs von 1918 bis 1945 (1957)
- Rangliste des Deutschen Reichsheeres (in German). Berlin: Mittler & Sohn Verlag. 1924. p. 119.
- "Ausländische Auszeichnungen" (in German). Retrieved 1 January 2014.
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