Seventh Army

A number of nations have a Seventh Army:

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German Army Order Of Battle (1914) - Western Front - Seventh Army
7th Army was commanded by Generaloberst Josias von Heeringen ... XIV Corps (General der Infanterie Ernst Freiherr von Hoiningen gen ...
Seventh Army - Others
... Seventh Army (Nationalist China) Seventh Army (France) Seventh Army (Ottoman Empire) 7th Army (Soviet Union) Seventh United States Army 7th Army (Yugoslavia) ...
Seventh Army (Ottoman Empire)
... The Ottoman Seventh Army was a large military formation of the Ottoman Empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries ... Although designated as an army, at least by 1918, it was only of corps strength ... The Seventh Army was established in 1877 for service in Arabia and the Yemen ...
Seventh Army (Ottoman Empire) - World War I - Order of Battle, August 1917
... In August 1917, the army was structured as follows Seventh Army, Syria (Mirliva Mustafa Kemal Pasha) III Corps 24th Division, 50th Division XV Corps 19th Division, 20th ... While Allenby attacked the Ottoman Eighth Army, his Australian Mounted Division was sent to hold back the advance of the Seventh Army ... The Seventh Army did manage to force the Australians to retreat by several miles but ultimately the Australians held their line ...

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