Captured German Records T311/246- Army Groups

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Post by hemlik » Mon Nov 14, 2005 6:25 pm

To digitize microfilm you have to use a lightbox so that the light goes trought the microfilm and into the camera. Use a lightbox that is used for watching Dias. Then use a camera with a macrofunction in a fixed position over the microfilm. Thats all.

Lorenz: Tell me about interlibrary loan

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Post by Lorenz » Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:04 am

Olve -

Here's what I posted a couple of days ago on another thread:

Interlibrary Loan
The presence of the Haslob book in a U.S. library is not a sure thing, but it's worth a try (to obtain it through interlibrary loan). If it is held by someone (meaning a library), you will have a much better change of getting it if you go through a local university or community college library rather than a local public library. The ILL system in the U.S. is not what it used to be and today university libraries (the most likely holder of a German language book) no longer like loaning their books to public libraries. But they do loan to other university or college libraries.
If you need further information, let me know.

--Lorenz

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Post by jhalcli » Fri Nov 18, 2005 12:28 am

To add to what Lorenz previously posted on the guides, here is a partial list of the guides, which roll they are contained within, and their contents.

Guides to German Records Microfilmed at Alexandria, Virginia.

T733, roll 1 (Guides 1-20)
roll 2 (Guides 21-40)
roll 3 (Guides 41-55)
roll 4 (Guides 56-65)
roll 5 (Guides 66-70)
roll 6 (Guides 71-73)
roll 7 (Guides 74-78 )
roll 8 (Guides 79-84)
roll 9 (Guides 85-88 )
Guides 85-97 are also available on individual microfiche.


No. 1: Records of the Reich Ministry of Economics (Reichsministerium). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1958. (75 pp.)

No. 2: Records of the Office of the Reich Commissioner for the Strengthening of Germandom (Reichskommissar für die Festigung deutschen Volkstum). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1958. (15 pp.)

No. 3: Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1958. (141 pp.)

No. 4: Records of the Organization Todt. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1958. (2 pp.)

No. 5: Miscellaneous German Records Collection. Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1958. (15 pp.)

No. 6: Records of the Nazi Cultural and Research Institutions and Records Pertaining to Axis Relations and Interests in the Far East. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (161 pp.)

No. 7: Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (222 pp.)

No. 8: Miscellaneous German Records Collection. Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (203 pp.)

No. 9: Records of Private German Individuals. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (109 pp.)

No. 10: Records of the Reich Ministry of Armaments and War Production (Reichsministerium für Rüstung und Kriegsproduktion). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (109 pp.)

No. 11: Fragmentary Records of Miscellaneous Reich Ministries and Offices. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (19 pp.)

No. 12: Records of Headquarters of the German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres/OKH). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (19 pp.)

No. 13: Records of the Reich Air Ministry (Reichsluftfahrtministerium). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (34 pp.)

No. 14: Records of the German Field Commands, Armies (AOK 1,3,5). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1959. (61 pp.)

No. 15: Records of Former German and Japanese Embassies and Consulates, 1890-1945. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1960. (105 pp.)

No. 16: Records of the Deutsches Auslands-Institut, Stuttgart. Part I: Records on Resettlement. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1960. (105 pp.)

No. 17: Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1960. (213 pp.)

No. 18: Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). Part III. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1960. (118 pp.)

No. 19: Records of Headquarters, German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1960. (76 pp.)

No. 20: Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1960. (45 pp.)

No. 21: Records of the Deutsches Auslands-Institut, Stuttgart. Part II: The General Records. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (180 pp.)

No. 22: Records of the Reich Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (41 pp.)

No. 23: Records of Private Austrian, Dutch and German Enterprises, 1917-1946. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (119 pp.)

No. 24: Records of Headquarters of the German Air Force High Command (Oberkommando der Luftwaffe/OKL). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (59 pp.)

No. 25: German Air Force Records: Luftgaukommandos, Flak, Deutsche Luftwaffenmission in Rumänien. Washington, D.S.: National Archives, 1961. (41 pp.)

No. 26: Records of Reich Office for Soil Exploration (Reichsamt für Bodenforschung). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (11 pp.)

No. 27: Miscellaneous SS Records: Einwandererzentralstelle, Waffen-SS, and SS-Oberabschnitte. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (34 pp.)

No. 28: Records of the Reich Ministry for the Occupied Eastern Territories, 1941-45 (Reichsministerium für die besetzten Ostgebiete). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (69 pp.)

No. 29: Records of Headquarters, German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres/OKW). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (154 pp.)

No. 32: Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police (Reichsführer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (165 pp.)

No. 33: Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police (Reichsführer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1961. (89 pp.)

No. 34: Records of German Army Areas (Wehrkreis). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1962. (234 pp.)

No. 35: Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei). Part III. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1962. (29 pp.)

No. 36: Miscellaneous German Records Collection. Part III. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1962. (61 pp.)

No. 37: Records of Headquarters, German Navy High Command (OKM). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1962. (5 pp.)

No. 38: Records of German Field Commands: Rear Areas, Occupied Territories, and Others. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1963. (200 pp.)

No. 39: Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police (Reichsführer SS und Chef der Deutschen Polizei). Part III. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1963. (198 pp.)

No. 40: Records of German Field Commands, Army Groups (HGr A-C, G, H, Nord, Weichsel, Oberrhein, Süd). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1964. (126 pp.)

No. 41: Records of German Field Commands: Division (1st-5th). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1964. (160 pp.)

No. 42: Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK 2, 4). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1964. (110 pp.)

No. 43: Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK 6-9). Part III. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1964. (108 pp.)

No. 44: Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK 10-12, 14), Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1964. (96 pp.)

No. 45: Records of German Field Commands: Division (6th-9th). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1964. (118 pp.)

No. 46: Records of German Fields Commands: Corps (AK I-IV). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1965. (156 pp.)

No. 47: Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK 15-17). Part V. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1965. (162 pp.)

No. 48: Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK 19-21, Fallschirm, Ligurien). Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1965. (85 pp.)

No. 49: Records of German Fields Commands: Armies (AOH 1. Part VII. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1965. (124 pp.)

No. 50: Records of German Field Commands: Armeeabteilungen (Abt. A, Fretter-Pico, Lanz-Kempf, Narwa-Grasser-Kleffel, von Zangen). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1965. (124 pp.)

No. 51: Records of German Field Commands: Panzer Armies (PzAOK 1-2). Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1966. (112 pp.)

No. 52: Records of German Field Commands: Army Groups (HGr B-D, E F, Nord, Mitte, Süd, Dorn). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1966. (139 pp.)

No. 53: Records of German Field Commands: Panzer Armies (PzAOK 3-5, Afrika). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1967. (160 pp.)

No. 54: Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK 2). Part VIII. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1967. (132 pp.)

No. 55: Records of German Field Commands: Corps (AK V-IX). Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1967. (150 pp.)

No. 56: Records of German Field Commands: Armies (AOK 4, 6-7, 9-11, 14, 25, D[eutscher] Gen[eral] beim ital[ienischen]. AOK 8, AGr Wöhler). Part IX. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1968. (166 pp.)

No. 57: Records of German Field Commands: Rear Areas, Occupied Territories, and Others. Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1968. (25 pp.)

No. 58: Records of German Field Commands: Corps (AK X-XVII). Part III. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1968. (84 pp.)

No. 59: Records of German Field Commands: Corps (AK XVIII-XXVII). Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1968. (144 pp.)

No. 60: Records of German Field Commands: Corps (AK XXVII-XL) Part V. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1969. (124 pp.)

No. 61: Records of German Field Commands: Corps (AK XLI-LI) Part VI. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1969. (186 pp.)

No. 62: Records of German Field Commands: Corps (AK I, LII-XCI). Part VII. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1970. (223 pp.)

No. 63: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (1st-9th) [Supplementary], 10th-21st). Part III. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1970. (143 pp.)

No. 64: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (22nd-57th). Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1970. (141 pp.)

No. 65: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (57th-96th). Part V. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1970. (143 pp.)

No. 66: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (97th-114th). Part VI. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1972. (177 pp.)

No. 67: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (116th-137th). Part VII. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1974. (244 pp.)

No. 68: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (141st-187th). Part VIII. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1974. (244 pp.)

No. 69: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (189th-218th). Part IX. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1975. (243 pp.)

No. 70: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (221st-255th). Part X. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1975. (237 pp.)

No. 71: Records of German Commands: Divisions (256th-291st). Part XI. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1976. (316 pp.)

No. 72: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (292nd- 327th). Part XII. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1976. (305 pp.)

No. 73: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (328th-369th). Part XIII. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1976. (293 pp.)

No. 74: Records of German Field Commands: Divisions (370th-710th). Part XIV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1977. (345 pp.)

No. 75: Records of the Waffen-SS. Part I. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1978. (283 pp.)

No. 76: Records of the German Field Commands: Divisions (712th-999th and name divisions). Part XV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1978. (287 pp.)

No. 77: Records of the National Socialist German Labor Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei/NSDAP). Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1980. (37 pp.)

No. 78: Records of the German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). Part V. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1981. (180 pp.)

No. 79: Records of the Waffen-SS. Part II. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1981. (165 pp.)

No. 80: Records of the German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). Part VI. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1982. (173 pp.)

No. 81: Records of the Reich Leader of the SS and Chief of the German Police (Reichsführer und Chef der Deutschen Polizei). Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1982. (184 pp.)

No. 82: Records of Headquarters, German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres-OKW/FHQ). Part IV. Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1982. (184 pp.)

No. 83: Records of the SS Economic and Administrative Office (SS Wirtschafts- und Verwaltungshauptamt, Deutsche Wirtschaftsbetriebe [WVHA/DWB]). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1984. (124 pp.)

No. 84: Records of the German Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht/OKW). Part VII. Wehrwirtschafts- und Rüstungsamt (WiRüAmt) (War Economy and Armament Office). Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1985. (193 pp.)

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Post by Falou » Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:21 pm

Hello all,

Could someone tell me, in Nara, where can I find KTB, Meldungen and Kriegsgliederungen for Heerestruppen? For example, I want to find archivs about Panzerjäger-Abteilung 525 (Sfl.) since 1942 until the end of the war. Where can I search? Is there some guide(s) for heerestruppen, like for Divisionen? Or must I search in Korps and Armee guides? If yes, do you know how to identify a particulary Heerestruppen and which roll(s) to order?

Many many thanks to your help, because I'm little perplex with research on Heerestruppen.

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Post by Christian » Sun Feb 05, 2006 2:34 pm

Here is the information provided by the Militärarchiv, Freiburg, covering Panzerjäger-Abteilungen. It does not appear that they have any records about the unit you are interested in and you may therefore have to focus your research on the actual units it was subordinated to.

RH 39
Verbände und Einheiten der Schnellen und Panzertruppe
1926-1945


Informationen zum Bestand
1933/34 begann, zunächst getarnt, die Umwandlung der Kraftfahrabteilungen der sieben Divisionen des Reichsheeres in Formationen der bislang durch den Versailler Vertrag verbotenen Panzertruppe. Aus einigen Reiterregimentern entstanden Einheiten der Kraftfahrtruppe. Im November 1938 wurden Panzer- und Kraftfahrtruppen mit der Kavallerie in der Waffengattung Schnelle Truppen zusammengefasst, von ihr dann aber bei Schaffung der Waffengattung Panzertruppe am 1. April 1943 wieder getrennt, wobei die Kradschützenbataillone in Panzeraufklärungsabteilungen umgewandelt wurden. Außerdem gehörten zu den Panzertruppen die Panzerjägerabteilungen, bis März 1940 Panzerabwehrabteilungen genannt, und die Aufklärungsregimenter und -abteilungen.

Überlieferung
In das Bundesarchiv ist ein größerer Bestand von ca. 250 AE (ab 1926) der Aufklärungsabteilung 7, hervorgegangen aus der 7. (bayer.) Kraftfahr-Abteilung, gelangt; ansonsten sind nur Aktensplitter von Panzerregimentern und anderen Verbänden und Einheiten der Panzertruppe sowie vom General der Panzertruppen West (3 AE/1944), von einigen Panzerbrigaden, unter denen die 6. Panzerbrigade mit ca. 60 AE aus 1938/39 hervorzuheben ist, und von den Eisenbahn-Panzerzügen überliefert.
Unterlagen (Kriegstagebücher, Tätigkeits- und Gefechtsberichte sowie Aufzeichnungen aus privater Hand) über den Einsatz im Zweiten Weltkrieg sind von folgenden Verbänden und Einheiten vorhanden:

Panzer-Brigaden:
Nr.3. (AE/19); Nr. 5 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 6 (1 AE/1939); Nr.10 (2 AE/1943); Nr. 106 (1 AE/1944-45; Chronik); Nr. 107 (1 AE/1944), Nr.150 (2 AE/1944-45) und Panzer-Lehr-Brigade 900 (1 AE/1941) und Panzer-Brigade Koll (1 AE/1941).

Panzer-Regimenter und – Abteilungen:
Nr. 1 (2 AE/1939-40); Nr.2 (Chronik); Nr. 3 (3 AE/1939-43, Chronik); Nr. 4 (6 AE/1939-45); Nr. 5 (7 AE/1941-43, Chronik); Nr. 6 (4 AE/1941-43, Chronik); Nr. 7 (9 AE/1939-43, Chronik); Nr. 8 (4 AE/1941-43); Nr. 9 (1 AE/1944-45); Nr. 10(Chronik); Nr. 11 (9 AE/1939-44); Nr. 12 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 13 (1 AE/191939-43); Nr. 15 (2 AE/1939,1941-43, Chronik); Nr. 16 (2 AE/1944-45); Nr. 18 (2 AE/1943); Nr. 21 (1 AE/1943, Chronik); Nr. 24 (5 AE/1942-45); Nr. 24 (3 AE/1944-45, Chronik); Nr. 25 (2 AE/1938, 2 AE/1940, 1944-45, Chronik); Nr. 26 (2 AE/1944); Nr. 27 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 29 (Chronik); Nr. 31 (1 AE/1941, 1 AE/1942-44); Nr. 35 (5 AE/1939-41, Chronik); Nr. 36 (5 AE/1942-45); Nr. 39 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 51 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 52 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 65 (1 AE/1940); Nr. 101 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 115 (1 AE/1941-43); Nr. 116 (2 AE/1942-43); Nr. 130 (2 AE/194); Nr. 201 (1 AE/1942-43); Nr. 203 (2 AE/1941-42); Nr. 215 (1 AE/1943-44); Nr. 318 (1 AE/1942); Nr. 501 (1 AE/1942-43); Nr. 504 (1 AE/1942-43); Nr. 506 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 507 (Chronik) und Panzer-Abt. Hummel (1 AE/1944) und Großdeutschland (3 AE/1943, 1945).

Panzerabwehr- bzw. Panzer-Jäger-Abteilungen:
Nr. 3 (1 AE/1939-40); Nr. 5 (AE/19); Nr. 7 (1 AE/1938, 1 AE/1940); Nr. 8 (1 AE/1940-41, Chronik); Nr. 9 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 10 (1 AE/1938, 2 1939-40); Nr. 12 (Chronik 1937-1938); Nr. 13 (1 AE/1943, 1944); Nr. 16 (Chronik); Nr. 17 (1 AE/1938); Nr. 18 (2 AE/1939-40); Nr. 19 (Chronik); Nr. 20 (Chronik 1937-1938); Nr. 21 (Chronik 1934-1938); Nr. 23 (1 AE/1940); Nr. 25 (3 AE/1939-43, Chronik); Nr. 27 (1 AE/1938); Nr. 29 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 30 (2 AE/1941-42); Nr. 38 (Chronik); Nr. 33 (1 AE/1940); Nr. 39 (1 AE/1939); Nr. 41 (1 AE/1943-44); Nr. 45 (1 AE/1939-40); Nr. 47 (1 AE/1939); Nr. 48 (Chronik bis 1939); Nr. 49 (1 AE/1940); Nr. 90 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 93 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 97 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 100 (Chronik); Nr. 112 (2 AE/1940-42); Nr. 114 (2 AE/1943); Nr. 128 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 131 (1 AE/1941-44); Nr. 165 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 168 (2 AE/1941-42); Nr. 173 (2 AE/1942); Nr. 175 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 185 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 190 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 193 (1 AE/1939-40); Nr. 194 (1 AE/1944-45); Nr. 200 (1 AE/1943-44); Nr. 218 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 223 (4 AE/1942-43); Nr. 227 (Chronik); Nr. 234 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 235 (2 AE/1940-44); Nr. 246 (Chronik); Nr. 248 (3 AE/1941); Nr. 252 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 258 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 282 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 290 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 291 (1 AE/1940); Nr. 294 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 297 (Chronik); Nr. 305 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 306 (2 AE/1940, 1943); Nr. 307 (1 AE/1940); Nr. 333 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 502 (2 AE/1943-44); Nr. 507 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 510 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 511 (1 AE/1943-44); Nr. 559 (2 AE/1940-44, Chronik); Nr. 560 (Chronik); Nr. 561 (1 AE/1942, Chronik); Nr. 601 (1 AE/1940-42, Chronik); Nr. 645 (1 AE/1938); Nr. 654 (3 AE/1940-42); Nr. 655 (3 AE/1943-44); Nr. 664 (1 AE/1945); Nr. 707 (2 AE/1944-45); Nr. 742 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 1542 (1 AE/1944) und Großdeutschland (2 AE/1943, 1945), Hitlerjugend (1 AE/1945).

Aufklärungs-Regimenter bzw. -Abteilungen:
Nr. 4 (1 AE/1939); Nr. 6 (5 AE/1940-42, Chronik); Nr. 7 (1 AE/1938, 2 AE/192-44, Chronik); Nr. 9 (3 AE/1939-41, Chronik); Nr. 10 (1 AE/1938); Nr. 11 (1 AE/1939); Nr. 12 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 16 (1 AE/1940); Nr. 17 (2 AE/1938, 3 AE/1939); Nr. 18 (2 AE/1939-40, 1 AE/!939-45/1941-42); Nr. 22 (Chronik); Nr. 25 (2 AE/1940); Nr. 26 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 27 (2 AE/1939, 1945); Nr. 32 (1 AE/1944); Nr.34 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 35 (5 AE/1941-42 ); Nr. 36 (1 AE/1941-42, Chronik); Nr. 44 (2 AE/1940, 1941-43); Nr. 54 (1 AE/1938); Nr. 58 (1 AE/1943-44); Nr. 59 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 68 (Chronik); Nr. 71 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 94 (1 AE/1941, Chronik); Nr. 95 (1 AE/1940-41); Nr. 98 (1 AE/1944-45); Nr. 99 (1 AE/1942); Nr. 102 (1 AE/1939-41); Nr. 106 (1 AE/1940-42); Nr. 110 (4 AE/1942-44); Nr. 114 (AE/19); Nr. 122 (2 AE/1941-42); Nr. 123 (1 AE/1939-45); Nr. 132 (1 AE/1942-43); Nr. 161 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 162 (1 AE/1939-45); Nr. 168 (1 AE/1943); Nr.169 (1 AE/1941-43); Nr. 170 (1 AE/1943); Nr. 171 (Chronik); Nr. 175 (1 AE/1945, Chronik); Nr. 179 (1 AE/1939-42); Nr. 205 (1 AE/1944); Nr. 218 (1 AE/1940-41); Nr. 220 (1 AE/1942); Nr. 248 (Chronik); Nr. 251 (4 AE/1939-41); Nr. 252 (1 AE/1941, Chronik); Nr. 260 (1 AE/1939-40, 1 Ae/1940-45); Nr. 268 (2 AE/1941-42); Nr. 297 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 305 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 328 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 362 (1 AE/1945); Nr. 403 (Chronik) und Pz.Aufklärungs-Abt.Großdeutschland (1 AE/1942-43); Pz.Aufklä-rungs-Lehrabteilung (1 AE/1945, Chronik), Radfahr-Aufklärungs-Rgt. Norwegen (1 AE/1944-45) und 10. Radfahr-Jäger-Brigade (1 AE/1944-45).

Kradschützen-Bataillone,:
Nr. 1 (2 AE/1939); Nr. 4 (3 AE/1941-43); Nr. 6 (1 AE/1939); Nr. 8 (6 AE/1940-41, 1942-43); Nr. 15 (1 AE/1941); Nr.38 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 40 (1 AE/1942-45); Nr. 43 (2 AE/1941-42); Nr. 54 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 55 (1 AE/1941-45); Nr. 59 (2 AE/1940-42) und Nr. 165 (2 AE/1941, 1942-43, Chronik).

Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilungen:
Nr.1 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 5 (1 AE/1939-40); Nr. 13 (3 AE/1941-42, 1945, Chronik); Nr. 16 (1 AE/1941-42); Nr. 18 (1 AE/1939-41); Nr. 21 (1 AE/1945); Nr. 24 (7 AE/1943-45); Nr. 25 (1 AE/1945); Nr. 27 (1 AE/1938); Nr. 90 (1 AE/1941); Nr. 130 (1 AE/1944) und Nr. 160 (1 AE/1941).

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