Personnel Strength

Personnel strength on 1 July 1943.
Shortage
Officers 21
Civil servants 7
Non-commissioned officers 144
Privates 0
Auxiliary volunteers 85
Total 257

Personnel Losses

Losses between 1 June 1943 and 31 June 1943.
Dead Wounded Missing Sick Other Total
Officers 1 1 0 4 7 13
Enlisted 10 7 1 138 52 208
Total 11 8 1 142 59 221

Personnel Replacements

Replacements between 1 June 1943 and 31 June 1943.
Replacements Formerly wounded or missing Total
Officers 10 0 10
Enlisted 62 70 132
Total 72 70 142

Vehicle Strength

Vehicle strength on 1 July 1943.
Vehicle Authorized strength Combat ready Short-term repair1
Armored Vehicles
Pz Kpfw III 36 34 3
Pz Kpfw IV 28 59 4
Wespe 12 12 0
Hummel 6 6 0
Reconnaissance and observation vehicles 307 304 12
Self-propelled 7,5 cm Pak 40 24 29 1
Self-propelled 7,62 cm Pak 36 24
Pz Beob Wg III 9 1 1
Motorcycles
Tracked 0 0 0
With sidecar 0 0 0
Other 830 556 50
Personnel cars
Cross-country 584 380 18
Other 147 107 13
Trucks
Cross-country 693 444 28
Other 690 787 83
Capacity 3075 2829 123
Prime movers
Sd Kfz 6, Sd Kfz 10, and Sd Kfz 11 133 52 6
Sd Kfz 7, Sd Kfz 8, and Sd Kfz 9 47 29 7
Raupenschlepper Ost 0 0 0

Weapon Strength

Weapon strength on 1 July 1943.
Equipment Authorized strength Combat ready Short-term repair
7,5 cm Pak 40 3 3 1
7,5 cm Pak 40
Light field artillery 12 12 0
Heavy field artillery 6 6 0
Field guns 3 3 1
Machine guns 1104 1093 0
Light infantry guns 16 17 1
Heavy infantry guns 14 12 0
Medium mortars 28 41 0

Notes

  1. Within three weeks. Back

Sources

  1. Meldung vom 1. Juli 1943. 2. Panzer-Division, 1943. 4 p. 2. Panzer-Division, Ia Nr. 401/43 g.Kdos. NARA T78 R616.