|XVII Reserve Corps|
Flag of the Staff of a Generalkommando (1871–1918)
|Active||October 1914 - 17 September 1917|
|Engagements||World War I|
The Corps was formed in October 1914 as the temporary Corps Zastrow named for its commander General der Infanterie Ernst von Zastrow, military governor of Graudenz. On 21 July 1915 it was established as XVII Reserve Corps. The Corps was dissolved on 17 September 1917.
|12 September 1914||General der Infanterie||Ernst von Zastrow|
|25 September 1915||Generalleutnant||Karl Suren|
|3 September 1916||General der Infanterie||Reinhard Freiherr von Scheffer-Boyadel|
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