10 ID:

KIA: officers: 7, NCO and ordinary soldiers: 66 (sum is 73)

WIA: officers: 12, NCO and ordinary soldiers: 199 (sum is 211)

According to Alex Buchner, Der Polenfeldzug 1939. Leoni am Starnberger See: Druffel, 1989,10. ID - 352 KIA, 76 MIA, 956 WIA [total - 1384]

The same figures are also provided by:

"Die Geschichte der 10. Infanterie-Division"

[There are also other figures which say about 352 KIA, 2 MIA, 956 WIA, total - 1310]

During the battle of Bzura this division lost 1535 soldiers KIA / MIA / WIA, this includes casualties of 85. Infanterie-Regiment - 394 soldiers - 1/4 of division's casualties (including 124 KIA, 5 MIA, 265 WIA).

1535 KIA/MIA/WIA - It is even more than the figure given by "Die Geschichte der 10. Infanterie-Division", and by the other one (the one which gives number of MIA for the whole division as only 2 - fewer than 85. Infanterie-Regiment alone had got ), not saying about your (and - according to you - also Elble's) funny statement...

So we have four different numbers of casualties for this division, which are - more over - reffering to different periods (the last one is allegedly reffering to the whole campaign):

1. - 1535 KIA/MIA/WIA (including Infanterie-Regiment 85. only - 394 KIA/MIA/WIA - 124 KIA, 5 MIA, 265 WIA)

2. - 1384 KIA/MIA/WIA (352 KIA, 76 MIA, 956 WIA)

3. - 1310 KIA/MIA/WIA (352 KIA, 2 MIA, 956 WIA)

4. - 284 KIA/WIA (73 KIA, 211 WIA) - allegedly during the whole campaign