The Feldjagerkorps was a military unit of Police of the German armed during the Second world war.
It was created on November 27th 1943 with experienced combatants, in particular resulting from the service of the patrols. This body was made up in three commands of the Feldjaeger (I, II and III) which returned account directly to the Field Marshall Keitel and were hierarchically located above the other units of military police force.
These companies were divided into thirty patrols, which were stationed twenty kilometers in backs of the frontlines. These patrols had the reputation to be very hard with the discipline, the application of the sorrows passing sometimes by summary executions.
They were supported by the Streifkorps (body of the patrols) organized in sections of a higher warrant officer and nine troops.
- German military police force
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