The detailed information on the Waldhambach action is probably based exclusivly on American source material. There is not so much info to be gained in the sources Leo cited.
Geschichte der 25. Division:
In the night of the 26./27 Nov. 44, Pz.Gren.Rgt 119 moved to Rauwiler (on the tip of the small bulge PLD created during its counterattack, 15km South of Sarre Union), the next night it moved 5km back North to Eyweiler. The next night it moved even further North into the line Sarre Union-Mackweiler. This line was held out some days. During the night 5./6.12.1944, the 25 Pz.Gren.Div moved back further to the Northeast into a line on both sides of Diemeringen. The unit history prides itself that the Kampfgruppe wore out the 4th US Armored with sucessfull delaying actions.
Ritgen, Westfront 44 or Geschichte der PLD
On the 27th Nov.44, the main body of PLD was screening the build up of the 1. Armee's new line Sarre Union-Mackenweiler-Tieffenbach-Wingen (see above). It did so on a line running from Diedendorf to Durstel. KG von Poschinger was tasked to hold Wolfskirchen on the right flank, KG von Hauser was on the left near Gungwiler und Durstel. The Division was now earmarked as a reserve. It was not untill 30. Nov. 44 that elements could be pulled out for assembling near Bining and during the follwing days units had to be committed to plug holes again and again. For example, on the 1st Dec. 44, II./Pz. Rgt 130 moved to Butten and from there committed companies to endangered spots like hill 318 South of Domfessel (in support of 119. Pz.Gren.Rgt). Another company (Kompanie Kozub) was supporting a raid by 11. Panzer Division from Oermingen towards Sarre Union on the 3rd Dec. 44. Waldhambach is not mentioned once in the German sources. It just says that KG v Hauser could hold the old MLR near Volksberg and Ratzwiler, or that PGR 901 had to be committed near Ratzwiller. The tanks encountered by the Americans here certainly were from II./Pz.Rgt. 130 stationed in a forward reserve position at Butten.
It might be of interest that the II./Pz. Rgt. 130 was the only Panzer-Abteilung PLD could field during this period. It was a mixed outfit, two of the four P4 Kpn actually were hastily switched over to Panthers, but the Div Kdr complained that about 90% of these Panthers were in the workshops. Strength announced on the 1.12.44 was thus
5. Kp --> 15 Panthers
6. Kp --> 15 P4
7. Kp --> 15 Panthers
8. Kp --> 14 P4
Looking good on paper, actually only 2 Panthers were combat ready on the same date, with 20 in short term repair. 14 P4 were combat ready, 13 in short term repair. The rest was out for more than 3 weeks.
7./Pz Gren Rgt 901 was the only truck mounted outfit of II./Pz.Gren Rgt. 901., the rest still had a handfull of SPWs in each Kp. It had 6 LMGs and 1 8,1cm mortar.
Pz.Gren.Rgt. 119 is an exageration. Actually it was just I./Pz.Gren.Rgt 119 that was committed. But then, it was lavishly equipped with SPWs as it came from Pz. Brigade 107, beeing the renamed Pz.Gren.Btl. 2107. On the 1.12.44, the number of SPWs was 111.
3 x 251/1, 6 x 251/3, 2 x 251/5, 3 x 251/11
4 x251/3, 2x251/8, 2x251/11
6 x 251/1, 2 x 251/2, 2x251/3, 1x251/9, 6x251/21
9x251/1, 2x251/2, 2x251/3, 2x251/9, 6x251/21
7x251/1, 1x251/3, 12x251/21
2x251/3, 12 x 251/21
10x251/1, 1x251/3, 5x251/9, 1x251/11
The high number of of Drilling SPWs betrays its origin as a Panzerbrigade Btl. It is a late war SPW Btl enthusiat's wet dream, as it had just every version of the Drilling affected KStN 1114, as 1st and 2nd Kp had the KStN 1114 a, 3rd Kp 1114b and 4th Kp 1114 d (the latter was missing further 6 Drillinge to make the Soll of 18 Drillinge complete).