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General der Flakartillerie (Literally: General of the Flak-Artillery) was a General’s rank of the German Luftwaffe.

The rank was equivalent to the long established General der Kavallerie, General der Artillerie and General der Infanterie. The Wehrmacht also introduced General der Flieger (aviators), General der Pioniere (engineers), General der Gebirgstruppen (mountain troops), General der Nachrichtentruppen (communication troops) and General der Panzertruppen (armored troops) and General der Fallschirmtruppe (paratroops).

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  • Horst-Adalbert Koch: Flak - Die Geschichte der deutschen Flakartillerie und der Einsatz der Luftwaffenhelfer, 2. Auflage, Podzun Verlag, Bad Nauheim 1965


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