As far as my sources go, none of the above officers were KIA. That means that i am not sure as I have only one source: the 30th div history by Breithaupt.
I've got a table though listing casualties in Poland of this division. As you can see losses were rather heavy, mainly because this division took the brunt of the initial polish offensive near the Bzura.
Well, it seems that this tabel is not very reliable if it comes to the figures from the Polish campaign.
First of all - it does not list the number of MIA of the division - who were in fact also KIA.
Second of all - Rolf Elble in his book titled "Die Schlacht an der Bzura im September 1939 aus deutscher und polnischer Sicht"
- page 137 - states that these numbers (800 KIA and 750 WIA + also huge amount of MIA and over 3000 POWs), are only from the first day of the battle. I will later come back to R. Elble once again.
I have some sources which go on casualties of separate German divisions and brigades in the Polish Campaign - however this data is not complete (I don't have info on casualties of all divisions from every army - I have any data only on some part of them).
I have also an excellent Polish work on the Polish Campaign 1939 - "Wojna Obronna Polski 1939" ("Defensive War of Poland 1939") - which used the data from the German internal daily casualty reports of each army to create its casualty list.
Basing on this source, "Wojna Obronna" - pages 850 / 851 - lists the casualties of each army in September (and only in September - not in October) in its tabel - but it gives the number of MIA in 8. Army as unknown = not reported.
It seems that casualty reporting system in 8. Armyy completely collapsed, when the army was ran over by the Polish forces during the battle of Bzura - which was often happening during the later stages of the war (for example in Normandy).
But I found some data - data from http://www.panzerworld.net/fallweiss
- which is said by its author, to list the casualties which were reported up to 24th of September.
Fortunately it gives the number of MIA in 8. Army - which "Wojna Obronna" does not give.
When I used the number of MIA casualties of 8. Army - as well as sick from all armies - from the data from http://www.panzerworld.net/fallweiss
- I received the following number of casualties for each army:
4. Army (for shure without casualties of the XIX Corps) - 1329 killed (KIA + MIA):
Casualties of units which were fighting in the Coastal Region (all of them or at least some of them) - are not included above.
3. Army (most probably it is without casualties of XIX Corps) - 2605 killed:
8. Army - 6282 killed:
It is possible that casualties of some divisions which were subordinated to 8. Army during later stages of the campaign, are also included here.
10. Army - 2507 killed:
Low number of KIA and MIA - if comparing with the number of WIA - is strange in 10. Army. Maybe those who died of wounds were not reported as KIA and are still included here as WIA? The number of KIA + MIA itself also seems to be too low (I come to such a conclusion basing on data which is reffering to casualties of some of divisions from this army).
14. Army - 3442 killed:
It is very probable that casualties of some divisions / other units of this army are not included here (especcialy those documents of which - including almost all casualty accounts - were destroyed during the war and did not survive).
Total numbers from armies listed above (only Heer casualties):
KIA + MIA (killed) = 16165
WIA = 33729
Sick = 11304
To the number above we must add casualties of:
1. XIX Corps of Guderian:
Battle for the Corridor 1. - 4. September:
Around 150 KIA + around 700 WIA (or maybe WIA and MIA ?) + unknown (?) number of MIA (?)
Around 650 KIA + 1586 MIA and WIA (including several hundred MIA)
2. Casualties of units which were fighting in the Coastal region.
I remind that the Polish casualties in the coastal region are usually given as:
107 KIA and MIA officers
2143 KIA and MIA soldiers and NCOs
86 WIA officers
2144 WIA soldiers and NCOs
3. Casualties of units which were not parts of any army (so - for example - Army Groups' reserves).
It should be considered, that - while comparing the datas above with the datas which are listing numbers from each of divisions - it should be noticed that KIA and MIA are in fact the same - and the proportion of KIA to MIA only depends on when the report has been written (how long after the end of the campaign).
So if we want to summ up casualty datas of divisions from the army with the casualty data of the army itself, we should compare number of KIA + MIA with the number of KIA + MIA - because if we compare only KIA with KIA and MIA with MIA - we will probably always receive contradictory - to high in one source, to low in another one - numbers.
Considering it - and also this data on the casualties of 8. Army:
8. Army - 6282 killed:
It seems that these casualties:
24. ID - 472 KIA, 98 MIA (ww2 day by day says, that these are only casualties from the battle of Bzura and only until 12th of September 1939)
30. ID - 795 KIA, 617 MIA (same as above)
- I./26. infantry regiment from 30. ID between 13th and 20th of September - 39 KIA, 87 MIA, 58 WIA
17. ID - 291 KIA, 122 MIA (as above - ww2 day by day claims, that this is only from the battle of Bzura up to 12.09.1939)
- Aufklarungs Abteilung of 17. ID - 40 KIA, 57 WIA, number of MIA is not given
10. ID - 352 KIA, 76 MIA
Are in fact only those which were reported during the first phase of the battle of Bzura up to 12th of September - as the German daily reports from ww2 day by day state -, and - in case of 30. Infanterie-Division - only from the first day of the battle of Bzura, as R. Elble states in his book:
"Die Schlacht an der Bzura im September 1939 aus deutscher und polnischer Sicht"
by R. Elble - page 137:
"Yet on the first day of the battle at the Bzura, 30. Infanterie-Division lost 800 KIA, over 100 MIA, 750 WIA and 3,000 captured."
Another German author - Bethell - states that the division lost 617 MIA during the first day of the battle.
So it should be:
8. Army during the whole campaign - 6282 KIA + MIA
8. Army between 9th and 12th of September (but 30. Infanterie-Division only from during first day) - more than 3000 KIA + MIA