Ferdinand Neuling (22 August 1885 – 20 February 1960) was a general of the Heer during World War II. In September 1939, German troops under his command occupied the Polish part of Upper Silesia and cities of Katowice, Mikołów Chorzów, committing numerous war crimes on Polish civilians and resistance fighters.

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  • Ferdinand Neuling (22 August 1885 – 20 February 1960) was a general of the Heer during World War II. In September 1939, German troops under his command occupied the Polish part of Upper Silesia and cities of Katowice, Mikołów Chorzów, committing numerous war crimes on Polish civilians and resistance fighters. (en)
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  • Ferdinand Neuling (22 August 1885 – 20 February 1960) was a general of the Heer during World War II. In September 1939, German troops under his command occupied the Polish part of Upper Silesia and cities of Katowice, Mikołów Chorzów, committing numerous war crimes on Polish civilians and resistance fighters. (en)
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