Infanterie-Regiment (Infantry Regiment), 1930

By Christian Ankerstjerne

Contents

  1. Sources
  • Regimental staff
  • Radio platoon
  • I. Bataillon (1st Battalion)
    • Battalion staff
    • Radio platoon
    • 1. Schützen-Kompanie (1st infantry company)
      • Company commander
      • Runner
      • Bugler
      • Company NCO
      • Distance measurer
      • Weapons- and fuel NCO
      • Bicyclist
      • Horse groom
      • Infantry platoons (3)
        • Platoon commander
        • Platoon staff car, with driver and infantryman
        • 1. Gruppe (1st squad)
          • Squad leader (K 98 k)
          • Deputy squad leader
          • Runner
          • Bugler
          • Gunner for light machine gun (LMG, pistol)
          • Helper for LMG gunner (1 weapon case, 1 ammunition box, pistol)
          • Ammunition carrier for LMG (2 ammunition boxes, K 98 k)
          • Carrier for LMG (1 weapons case, tripod for LMG, pistol)
          • Infantrymen (K 98 k) (7)
        • 2. Gruppe As 1. Gruppe, but without bugler
        • 3. Gruppe As 1. Gruppe, but without bugler
        • Combat baggage train
          • Quartermaster NCO
          • Medical NCO (3)
          • Bicyclist
          • Assistant to the armorer
          • Strecher bearer (4)
          • Field kitchen, with two cooks and driver
        • Baggage train
          • Accountant
          • Artican
          • Light truck, with driver
        • Supply train
          • Horse carriage, with driver
          • Infantryman
    • 2. Schütze-Kompanie (as 1. Schütze-Kompanie)
    • 3. Schütze-Kompanie (as 1. Schütze-Kompanie)
    • 4. (M.G.) Kompanie (machine gun company
      • Combat platoons (2)
      • Support platoon
      • 12 heavy machine guns
  • II. Bataillon (as I. Bataillon, but with 5th to 8th Kompanie)
  • III. Bataillon (as I. Bataillon, but with 9th to 12th Kompanie)
  • 13. (Minenwerfer) Kompanie (mortar company)
    • Light mortar platoons (2)
    • Heavy mortar platoon
  • Light infantry column (approximately 40 vehicles)

Sources

  1. ZIMMERMANN, Major a.D. Bodo. Die Soldaterfibel. Berlin : Offene Worte, 1930.
  2. ZIMMERMANN, Major a.D. Bodo. Die (neue) Gruppe. Berlin : Offene Worte, 1930.