The LXXIII Army Corps z.b.V. was formed on 25 November 1944 in Northeast Italy. It was placed under the supervision of the 10th Army under Army Group C throughout the war. The commander of the LXXIII Army Corps throughout its lifetime was Anton Dostler. Between November 1944 and February 1945, the 114th Jäger Division (Ehlert) was part of the corps. It was the only division of the corps both in November and in February, and only briefly joined in late December and early January by the 356th Infantry Division (Kleinhenz) and the 16th SS Panzergrenadier Division Reichsführer-SS (Baum).
On 7 April 1945, the LXXIII Army Corps still served under 10th Army, along with the I Parachute Corps, the LXXVI Panzer Corps and the LXXXXVII Army Corps. By now, all major formations at the brigade and division level had been pulled away from the corps, and only minor garrison forces remained.
|1944||26 November||114th Jäger|
|31 December||114th Jäger, 356th Infantry, 16th SS Panzergrenadier|
|1945||19 February||114th Jäger|
|1 March||Various minor units|
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