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All of 's parameters are optional, and except for name do not appear if not passed or are passed with an empty parameter.Most uses of es should be in templates that pass the necessary parameters to . source: Italicized source spanning the infobox body, preceded by a horizontal line and "Source:" and suffixed by a page number if the page parameter is provided.When creating an infobox template using , you can make a parameter always appear by adding a fallback value.Adolf Strauss (6 September 1879 – 20 March 1973) was a general in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany during World War II.As with all German armies on the Eastern Front, Strauss's 9th Army implemented the criminal Commissar Order.
As commander of the II Army Corps, Strauss participated in the German Invasion of Poland.
There's also something of a need to specify the location of printing.
So in practice a format like: is needed, where each element is optional. But my main concern is about the semantic nature vs the presentation nature of template parameters.
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He succeeded Erich Lachmann as commander of the approximately 200 Ukrainian Trawniki guards at Sobibor.