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General Kurt Jahn, aka Curt Jahn, (February 16, 1892 – November 7, 1966) was a German Army general and commander in Lombardy, Italy during World War II. Born in Schmalkalden, Germany, he was captured west of Milan on 1 May 1945 and interned in Britain as a prisoner of war until May 1948.

Jahn died in Coburg on 7 November 1966.

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Military offices Preceded bynone Commander of 121. Infanterie-Division 5 October 1940 – 6 May 1941 Succeeded byGeneralleutnant Otto Lancelle Preceded byGeneral der Artillerie Paul Bader Commander of 3. Infanterie-Division (mot.) 25 May 1941 – 1 April 1942 Succeeded byGeneralleutnant Helmuth Schlömer Preceded byGeneral der Infanterie Gustav-Adolf von Zangen Commander of LXXXVII. Armeekorps 8 July 1944 - 1 September 1944 Succeeded byNone