If I may get preachy for a minute:
The link you refer to shows an organizational diagram, not a TOE.
The Germans did not have combined T/O&E such as the late US Army lists, but each unit one or more tables of organization (KStN) and tables of equipment (KAN).
The KStN (Kreigsstärkenachweisung
) [Table of Organization] listed the men by rank, military specialty, function, as well as weapons, animals, and vehicles per unit. See the example on WWII-Day-by-Day : Kriegsstärkenachweisung (KStN)
The KAN (Kriegsausrüstungsnachweis
) [Table of Equipment] were long lists of all the equipment of the unit, including not only sewing kits, flash lights, gas masks, blankets, shovels, typewriters, rubber stamps, tables & chairs, uniform equipment not issued directly to the soldiers, etc., etc., etc., but also expendable material such as ammunition, mines, explosives, and even flame throwers.
The motorized infantry of the motorized infantry divisions, (under the supervision of the Infantry Inspectorate), used KStN numbers in the 100's, (three digits), whereas the motorized (and armored) infantry in the Panzer divisions, (under the supervision of the Mobile Troops Inspectorate), used KStN in the 1000's, (four digits). Some exceptions existed.
Organizations for German units is a very complex subject. For example, over one thousand (!) KStN were issued by the Infantry Inspectorate alone. And many of these were modified by Army Orders (Heeresmittelungen) published regularly and were binding. And different theaters might have varying exceptions and variations.
Anyway, here is the KStN valid for the 14th Panzer Division in June 1941:
Motorized Infantry Company dated 01.02.1941
Co Hqs: 4 motorcycle; 2 field cars (Kfz. 15).
MG Det: 1 motorcycle combination; 1 field car (Kfz. 15); 2 trucks (Kfz. 70); 2 HMG.
3 Inf Plt, each:
- Hqs Sect: 1 motorcycle combination; 1 truck (70); 1 mortar (50mm).
– 3 Inf Sqd, each: 2 trucks (Kfz. 70); 1 Infantry Squad w/ 2 LMG.
Co Maintenance Sect: 1 motorcycle combination; 1 light maintenance car (Kfz. 2/40).
Co Trains: 1 motorcycle; 1 car (light); 8 trucks (medium); 1 truck (3-ton cross-country).