Tanks in Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

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Re: Tanks in Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » Sat Nov 25, 2017 6:03 am

Hello to all :D; more....................

Fall Südost 1939.

H.Gr 3 Dresden.

XIII AK. From Zlabings to Iglau (4. Pz reinforced). From the Bohemian Forest (Böhmen Wald) to Mülhausen (10. ID Reinforced). Frpm both sides of Pilsen towards Pribram and eastwards (2. le Div, 46. ID).

VI AK. From both sides of the Elbe and the Vltava (Moldau) to Prague (24. ID and 4. ID Reinforced)

XVI. AK. From the south of Reichenberg to Prague (3. Pz and 3. le. Div).

XIV AK. From south of Trautenau and west of Glatz to Königgrätz, Pardubitz and further south (29. ID Mot and 28. ID)

Source: http://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/n ... ect/zoom/8
http://www.thirdreichantiquaria.com/ind ... mel-detail

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With the precision of a clockwork machine the German forces continue their march; in the photo a column of Mercedes-Benz W31 type G4 cars ...........................................
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A motorized column on the way to Prague .....................................................
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Re: Tanks in Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » Sun Jun 03, 2018 3:18 pm

Hello to all :D; more....................

Fall Südost 1939.

On March 17, 1939 we found that:

H.Gr 5 Brünn.

XVII AK. HQ in Lundenburg and in the surroundings of:

Racistorf - Modern - Binovce - Dehtce - Malacky (Gruppe Engelbrecht); Vrbove - Waag-Neustadt - Nemsova - Ung. Brod (4. Le. Div); Göding - Napajedl (44. ID)

XVIII AK. HQ in Brünn and in the surroundings of:

Brünn - Eibenschütz - Pohrlitz (45. ID); Austerlitz - Tischnowitz - Gr.Meseritsch - Trebi - Brünn (2. Pz)

VIII. AK. HQ in Olmütz and in the surroundings of:

Belusa - Sillein - Cadca - Mähr.Ostrau - Wal.Meseritsch (8. ID); Mähr. Weisskirchen - Kremsier - Otrokovice (2. ID Mot); Olmütz - Boskowitz - Wischau (5. Pz).

Source: http://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/n ... ect/zoom/7
http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/anno? ... =1&zoom=33

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German armored column entering Brünn, in the lead a Pz Kw IV Ausf. B ..................................................
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Re: Tanks in Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by Prosper Vandenbroucke » Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:40 am

I think it must be german panzers in Praha(Bohemia)
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Re: Tanks in Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » Sun Jun 10, 2018 7:02 am

Hello to all :D; thanks Prosper. More........................................................

Fall Südost 1939.

H.Gr 3 Prague.

XIII AK. HQ in Pisek and around:

Wittingau - Tabor - Mühlhausen - Klattau (10. ID); Sedlez - Beneschau - Selcan (2. Le. Div); Pribram - Horowitz - Pilsen (46. ID)

IV AK. HQ Prague and:

in and northwest of Prague.

XVI. AK. HQ Prague and:

east of Prague to Kolin.

XIV. AK. HQ in Pardubitz and around:

north of Pardubitz (28. ID); north of Dt. Brod (29. ID Mot); in Iglau (4. Pz ref).

The eastern security line of the German troops ran along the eastern edge of the Little Carpathians from the north of Pressburg through Waag-Neustadt, then east of the Waag-tales by Sillein, then east of the Kysuca-tal and east of Cadca.

Source: http://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/n ... ect/zoom/7
http://rusimage-ru.livejournal.com/203802.html

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Shortly after the German advance in Bohemia and Moravia, the Führer traveled to Prague and greeted the troops entering the city .......................................
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