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Balkenkreuz GERMAN WORLD WAR II ORGANIZATIONAL SERIES Balkenkreuz

Compiled by Leo W.G. Niehorster
 
Vol. 3/IV-2
Army Light Infantry, Airlanding, Mountain, and Cavalry Divisions
22 June 1941

In Preparation
Contents
The Author
General Introduction
How to Read the Charts
Germans Units and Symbols
Organizational Symbols
Abbreviations
Order of Battle

Light Infantry Division (12. Welle)
Light Infantry Division Headquarters
Discussion of the various Wellen
Infantry Regiment
Artillery Regiment
Recon Battalion
Bicycle Battalion
Antitank Battalion
Engineer Battalion
Signal Battalion
Field Replacement Battalion
Light Infantry Division Service Units

1st Mountain Division
2nd Mountain Division
3rd Mountain Division
4th Mountain Division
5th Mountain Division
6th Mountain Division
Mountain Division Headquarters
Discussion of Mountain Divisions
Mountain Infantry Regiment
Mountain Artillery Regiment
Recon Battalion
Bicycle Battalion
Antitank Battalion
Mountain Engineer Battalion
Mountain Signal Battalion
Field Replacement Battalion
Mountain Division Service Units

22nd Air Landing Division
Division Headquarters
Air Landing Infantry Regiment
Air Landing Artillery Regiment
Air Landing Recon Battalion
Air Landing Antitank Battalion
Air Landing AntiaircraftBattalion
Air Landing Engineer Battalion
Air Landing Signal Battalion
Field Replacement Battalion
Air Landing Service Units

Cavalry Division
Headquarters, Cavalry Division; Headquarters, Cavalry Brigade
Cavalry Regiment
Horse Artillery Reiment
Bicycle Battalion
Antitank Battalion
Engineer Battalion
Cavalry Division Signal Battalion
Cavalry Division Service Units

Bibliography

Annexes
    Introduction to German soft-skinned motor vehicles
    German numbered motorized soft-skinned vehicles
    German special military vehicles
    German military trailers and special military trailers
    German horse-drawn vehicles: wagons carts sleds
    German Army ranks and Stellengruppen (billet groups)
    German military personnel job descriptions
 
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