New German 1st Army "Hessnia"

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1st Weimar Army group "Hesshnia"
Flag of the first army group .jpg
Standard of the division
CountryNew Germany flag.svgDemocratic Weimar Republic
AllegianceNew Germany flag.svg Chancellor Vladimir Baruh
BranchNew German Heer
TypePrimary Army group
Rolesee divisions for specific roles
Part ofStandard heer command structure
Motto(s)Not one step back, for Father Weimar and our children.
Mascot(s)The Province of Hesshnia
EquipmentStandard issue
EngagementsGreat Des Plaines Valley War
Senior field marshalChancellor Vladimir Baruh
Current commanderColonel sakaiave
New German totenkofs(deaths head) vehicle symbol.thumb.png
Heer vehicle symbolthumb.png

The 1st Army Group "Hesshnia" was created to help Vladimir Baruh manage his army easier wile also allowing for unit mapping and maintaining much easier. This is usually done only in war time.

1st Panzer Division

Weimar's only armored division that has 1 Tank, 1 Troop Transport Vehicle, and 3 scout vehicles. It was created in January of 2020 during the Weg-New German War. It was almost abolished and replaced with a infantry division due to lack of funding and Need, however because of the Great Des Plains Vally War it was saved.

2nd Panzergrenider Division

The biggest, oldest, and in the opinion of Vladimir Baruh the best unit in the Weimar arsenal. It has tested it's sturdiness ever since January 13th 2020. It had many attempts at reform however nothing substantial has happened in it's existence.

3rd Infantry Division

Made up of solely non-Weimar native troops mostly the Sakaki people. It is the newest unit added and has not seen combat.

Air Corp elements

The only devoted air corp elements is the 2nd Observation Regiment conducting scouting operations in area's not treaded for supply routes.

Navy Elements

No Navel elements are currently attached to this Army group.


This army group was formed on May 10th 2021, and it has not seen much combat however the units involved have.