German Order of Battle: 291st-999th Infantry divisions, named infantry divisions, and special divisions in World War II

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Stackpole Books, 2007 - History - 375 pages
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  • Narrative histories highlighting organization, combat experiences, and casualties of each division
  • Lists of constituent units and division commanders
  • Sources for further reading on each division

    This second of 3 volumes on German ground forces in World War II covers the 291st through 999th Infantry Divisions; named infantry divisions (e.g., Division von Manteuffel and Division Sicily); jaeger, light, and mountain divisions; security divisions; and Luftwaffe ground divisions, including parachute, flak, and field troops. The units presented here show how truly diverse the German Army was.

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    Contents

    II
    1
    III
    201
    IV
    237
    V
    259
    VI
    281
    VII
    299
    VIII
    323
    IX
    349
    X
    361
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    About the author (2007)

    Samuel W. Mitcham, Jr., is the author of more than twenty books on World War II. He lives in Louisiana.

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