German Wehrkreise, Wehrkreis IV is located in the center
|Type||Military district command|
In Germany during World War Two, states, groupings of states, and newly-added territories were divided into seperate Wehrkreise, or military districts. They were devised to give field commanders as little administrative work as possible and to provide a regular flow of trainees and supplies to the armies. But as the war progressed the war was fought in Germany's home soil, the Wehrkreise had to arm their own staff members and fresh recruits to fight against the Allies. Wehrkreis IV is the district in charge of managing the German state of Saxony (German: Sachsen).
- Their name in English is "Military District."
- Even though their subordinates are listed by their abbreviated designation above the units designation, technically every unit in the first mission could be considered their subordinate.