Friedrich von Gerok
- Category : 1854-births
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 5/1 - Heretical / Investigator
- Definition : Split - Small (12)
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Duality 1
German highly-decorated military officer of Württemberg, he served as general of the infantry of the XXIV Reserve Corps during World War I. He led them in battle first on the Western Front in the Battle of Lille (26–28 October 1914) and the First Battle of Ypres (30 October–22 November 1914). The corps were then withdrawn and sent to the Eastern Front, where they first saw action at the Battle of Łódź. From 13 May until 9 August 1916, they took part in the Battle of Verdun and then moved into the Carpathians, where Gerok also served simultaneously until 24 November 1917 as commander of the Army Group named for him. He led the corps in the battles for terrain in Champagne and at Rheims, until 18 February 1918. Friedrich von Gerok died in Stuttgart on 18 September 1937 at age 83.