702. Infantry-Division (Wehrmacht) - 702. Infanterie-Division (Wehrmacht)
The 702nd Infantry Division was a German infantry division during World War II . The division was set up in May 1941 in the 15th wave of recruits from military district II and was stationed exclusively in Norway in the Trondheim area. In May 1945, the unit went into Norwegian captivity .
- Generalleutnant Herbert Lemke (17. April 1941 – 4. September 1941)
- Lieutenant General Kurt Schmidt (September 4, 1941 - September 1, 1943)
- Lieutenant General Karl Edelmann (September 1, 1943 - January 15, 1945)
- Lieutenant General Ernst Klepp (15 January 1945 - 8 May 1945)
- Samuel W. Mitcham (2007a). German Order of Battle. Volume Two: 291st – 999th Infantry Divisions, Named Infantry Divisions, and Special Divisions in WWII. PA; United States of America: Stackpole Books. ISBN 978-0-8117-3437-0.
- Mitcham, Samuel W., Jr. (2007b). Panzer Legions: A Guide to the German Army Tank Divisions of WWII and Their Commanders. Mechanicsburg, PA, United States: Stackpole Books. ISBN 978-0-8117-3353-3.