The Austro-Hungarian Fourth Army was an Austro-Hungarian field army that fought during World War I.
The Austro-Hungarian Fourth Army was formed in August 1914 and deployed on the Russian Front. It remained active there until it was disbanded in March 1918.
It participated in the
- Battle of Komarów (August 1914)
- Battle of Rawa (September 1914)
- Battle of the Vistula River (October 1914)
- Battle of Limanowa (December 1914)
- Gorlice–Tarnów Offensive (May–June 1915)
- Great Retreat (June–September 1915)
- Brusilov Offensive (June–September 1916)
- Operation Faustschlag (February–March 1918)
- Moritz von Auffenberg : August 1914 - 30 September 14
- Archduke Joseph Ferdinand : 30 September 1914 - June 1916
- Karl Tersztyánszky von Nádas : June 1916 - 5 March 1917
- Karl Graf von Kirchbach auf Lauterbach : 5 March 1917 – 15 March 1918
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