Personnel Strength

Personnel strength on 1 July 1943.
Shortage
Officers 26
Non-commissioned officers 364
Privates 0
Total 390

Personnel Losses

Losses between 2 June 1943 and 1 July 1943.
Dead Wounded Missing Sick Other Total
Officers 0 0 0 2 3 5
Enlisted 9 7 0 132 28 176
Total 9 7 0 134 31 181

Personnel Replacements

Replacements between 2 June 1943 and 1 July 1943.
Replacements Formerly wounded or missing Total
Officers 5 0 5
Enlisted 92 3 95
Total 97 3 100

Vehicle Strength

Vehicle strength on 1 July 1943.
Vehicle Authorized strength Combat ready Short-term repair1
Armored Vehicles
Assault guns 0 0 0
Pz Kpfw IV 93 58 6
Pz Kpfw Panther 96 0 0
Wespe 12 12 0
Hummel 6 6 0
Reconnaissance and observation vehicles 325 289 15
Self-propelled 7,5 cm Pak 40 45 20 0
Nashorn 0 0 0
Motorcycles
Tracked 0 0 0
With sidecar 1027 873 62
Other
Personnel cars
Cross-country 755 551 20
Other 175 148 13
Trucks
Cross-country 1047 1120 42
Other 864 829 60
Capacity 4714 3913 267
Prime movers
Sd Kfz 6, Sd Kfz 10, and Sd Kfz 11 250 203 21
Sd Kfz 7, Sd Kfz 8, and Sd Kfz 9

Weapon Strength

Weapon strength on 1 July 1943.
Equipment Authorized strength Combat ready Short-term repair
7,5 cm Pak 40 24 24 0
10,5 cm le F H 24 24 0
15 cm s F H 8 8 0
10 cm K 4 4 0
8,8 cm Flak 8 8 0
Machine guns 985 979 6

Notes

  1. Within three weeks Back

Sources

  1. Meldung vom 1. Juli 1943. 1. Panzer-Division, 1943. 4 p. 1.Pz.Div. Ia Nr. 582/43 g.Kdos. NARA T78 R616.