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Fielded Tank Strengths, 22.06.1941
AFV: Pz-I Pz-II Pz-II
Flamm
Pz-III
37mm
Pz-III
50mm
Pz-35(t) Pz-38(t) Pz-IV Bef-Pz Unit
Total
Divisions
  1. Panzer-Division 43 71 20 11 145
  2. Panzer-Division 0
  3. Panzer-Division 58 29 81 32 15 215
  4. Panzer-Division 43 31 74 20 8 176
  5. Panzer-Division 17 6 23
  6. Panzer-Division 47 155 30 13 245
  7. Panzer-Division 53 167 30 15 265
  8. Panzer-Division 49 118 30 15 212
  9. Panzer-Division 8 32 11 60 20 12 143
10. Panzer-Division 45 105 20 12 182
11. Panzer-Division 44 24 47 20 8 143
12. Panzer-Division 40 33 109 30 8 220
13. Panzer-Division 45 27 44 20 13 149
14. Panzer-Division 45 15 56 20 11 147
15. Panzer-Division * 28 26 13 ? ?
16. Panzer-Division 45 23 48 20 10 146
17. Panzer-Division 12 44 106 30 10 202
18. Panzer-Division 6 50 99 15 36 12 218
19. Panzer-Division 42 35 110 30 11 228
20. Panzer-Division 44 31 121 31 2 229
5. Leichte Division (mot) * 19 8 33 9 ? ?
Heerestruppen with German tanks
  40. Panzer-Abteilung 29 18 3 4 54
100. Panzer-Abteilung (F) 25 42 5 4 76
101. Panzer-Abteilung (F) 25 42 5 4 76
Total German tanks
in the field (**)
181 810 84 286 707 155 625 448 198 3494
Total available (1.06.41) 877 1074 ? 350 1090 170 754 517 330 5162
AFV: Pz-I Pz-II Pz-II
Flamm
Pz-III
37mm
Pz-III
50mm
Pz-35(t) Pz-38(t) Pz-IV Bef-Pz Unit
Total
  (*) The strength reports of 15. Panzer-Division and the 5. leichte Division (mot) indicate ready gun tanks on 20.06.1941.
  (**) Not counting the 15. Panzer-Division or the 5. leichte Division (mot)
The 2. and 5. Panzer-Division had just returned from the Balkans and were pretty well used up apparently most of the tanks were returned to the factories for overhaul.
Source:
Thomas L. Jentz
"Panzertruppen 1933-1942"
Schiffer, Atglen, PA, USA, 1996
 
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