Listing of military generals should be solely based on their abilities as force multipliers, not whether they fought on good or evil. Every General fights to further his Nations cause. Who was that German who led the Romans into an ambush that wiped out an entire legion?
That was Hermann, whom the Romans called Arminius. His victory over the Romans at the Teutoburg Forest in AD 9 convinced them not to push the northern boundary of their empire beyond the Rhine.
“Who was that German who led the Romans into an ambush that wiped out an entire legion?”
You mean at Adrianople? Looking it up yields the name Fritigern.
I’m not sure what were the eligibility rules. Perhaps they don’t count ancient Goths as “German.”