The LXXXXI Army Corps was established using the staff of Oberfeldkommandantur 395, the former Befehlshaber Saloniki-Ägäis, on 7 August 1944. It was initially deployed in occupied Greece and occupied Serbia under Army Group E (Löhr), which was in turn subordinate to Army Group F (von Weichs). Between 6 and 21 March 1945, the Corps attacked the Soviets and Bulgarians in Southern Hungary from Yugoslavia in Operation Spring Awakening, but was defeated in the Battle of the Transdanubian Hills.
- Generalleutnant Ulrich Kleemann, corps commander between August 1944 and September 1944.
- General der Infanterie Werner von Erdmannsdorff, corps commander between September 1944 and May 1945.
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