Actually, the full name is Die Deutschen Divisionen 1939-1945. Yes they lump all divisions by number and as far as I can tell they cover every unit that was referred to as "division"; Infanterie, Gebirgs, Panzer, Marine-Inf., Fallschirm-Jäger, SS, Flieger, etc. I have the first four (thru #25) and I believe that is all so far. It was published in 2000 and I'm not holding my breath for #5! JJ Fedorowitz has this description on their website:
Although written in German, the information is presented in a format which allows easy research even for a non-German reading audience. Each division has the following information: activation lineage; assignment history; list of commanders; list of operations officers; organic and attached units/organizations of the division; names of winners of the KC and the GC in the division. Each division has maps which outline the movements for each year of the war in which they were employed along with a detailed movement/activity history for that year.
As with all secondary sources, some of the info is suspect but it is another piece in the puzzle.
When you're in command..... command!