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Germany's Divisions 1 - 100

Notes:

  • Some divisions changed type during the war, so they may be listed for each designation.
  • Divisions designated Motorized were changed to the designation Panzer-Grenadier in March 1943.
Division Name Formed Locations
1st Airborne Division
1st Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
1943
April 1943
July - August 1943: Sicily
September 1943 - May 1945: Italy
Cassino
1st Cavalry Division
(became 24th Panzer Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
June - November 1941: Eastern Front
1st Cossack Cavalry Division 1943 October 1943 - May 1945: Yugoslavia
1st Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
1st Light Panzer Division
(became 6th Panzer Division)
   
1st Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 October 1942 - January 1944: Eastern Front, disbanded
1st Mountain Division
1st Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
(became 1st Volksgebirgs Division, March 1945)
April 1938
before 1939
September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - March 1943: Eastern Front
March 1943 - May 1945: Yugoslavia
1st Panzer Division October 1935
Before 1939
September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - December 1942: Eastern Front
France
June - October 1943: Balkans
November 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Austria
1st Ski Jäger Division 1944 January 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
1st SS Motorized Division
(became 1st SS Panzergrenadier Division, June 1941)
   
1st SS Panzer Division, "Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler" October 1943 October 1943 - May 1944: Eastern Front
Kursk
June - December 1944: France
January - May 1945: Eastern Front
Austria
1st SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
1st SS Panzergrenadier Division
(became 1SS Panzer Division, December 1942)
1941 June 1941 - August 1942: Eastern Front
February - August 1943: Eastern Front
2nd Airborne Division
2nd Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
(reformed October 1944)
1943 December 1943 - May 1944: Eastern Front
June 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe
Italy, Leros, Brest (destroyed), Holland, Western Germany
2nd Cossack Cavalry Division 1944 November 1944 - May 1945: Yugoslavia
2nd Infantry Division
(became 2nd Motorized Division)
(became 12th Panzer Division, December 1940)
1934
before 1939
Poland, France
2nd Light Panzer Division
(became the 7th Panzer Division)
   
2nd Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 October 1942 - January 1944: Eastern Front, disbanded
2nd Mountain Divison
2nd Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
April 1938
before 1939
Was part of Austrian Army.
September 1939: Poland
April 1940: Norway
October 1940 - November 1944: Lapland, Lappland
February - May 1945: North West Europe
2nd Panzer Division October 1935
before 1939
September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
Balkans
April 1941: Greece
July 1941 - December 1943: Eastern Front
June 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
France, Normandy, Ardennes, Plaven
2nd Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 12 Panzer Division)
1936 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
2nd SS Panzer Division, "Das Reich" October 1943 October 1943 - March 1944: Eastern Front
June 1944 - January 1945: North West Europe
January - May 1945: Eastern Front
2nd SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 2nd SS Panzer Division)
1940 June 1941 - June 1942: Eastern Front
January - October 1943: Eastern Front
3rd Airborne Division
3rd Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
1943 June 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe
3rd Infantry Division
(became 3rd Motorized Division, October 1940)
(became 3rd Panzergrenadier Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
3rd Light Panzer Division
(became 8th Panzer Division)
   
3rd Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 October 1942 - January 1944: Eastern Front, disbanded
3rd Mountain Division
3nd Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
1939 Formerly part of Austrian Army.
September 1939: Poland
April 1940: Norway
December 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Finland, Ukraine, Hungary, Slovakia
3rd Panzer Division October 1935
Before 1939
September 1939: Poland
Belgium
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Hungary, Austria
3rd Panzer-Grenadier Divison
3rd Panzergrenadier Division
(reformed March 1943)
October 1940 June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
September 1943 - August 1944: Italy
September 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe, Western Front
3rd SS Panzer Division, "Totenkopf" October 1943 October 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Western Front, Austria, Czechoslovakia
3rd SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 3rd SS Panzer Division)
1939 June 1941 - October 1942: Eastern Front
February - October 1943: Eastern Front
4th Airborne Division
4th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
1943 January 1944 - May 1945: Italy
4th Infantry Division
(became 14th Panzer Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
4th Light Panzer Division
(became 9th Panzer Division)
   
4th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 October 1942 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
4th Mountain Division
4th Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
1940
October 23, 1940
April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
4th Panzer Division 1938
Before 1939
September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Latvia, Courland, Germany
4th SS Panzer-Grenadier Divison
4th SS Police Panzergrenadier Division
(reformed June 1944)
1939
September 18, 1939
May - June 1940: France
Flanders
June 1941 - May 1943: Eastern Front
September 1943: Destroyed
December 1943 - September 1944: Greece
September - November 1944: Yugoslavia, Balkans
November 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Pomerania, Mecklenburg, Elbe
5th Airborne Division
5th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
1943
April 1944
June 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe
Western Front, Ruhr
5th Infantry Division
(became 5th Jäger Division)
before 1939 May 1940: France
June - December 1941: Eastern Front
5th Jäger Division December 1941 February 1942 - May 1945: Eastern Front
5th Light Division
5th Light Africa Division
(became 21st Panzer Division, July 1941)
1941
January 1941
February - July 1941: North Africa, destroyred
Libya
5th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 December 1942 - April 1944: Eastern Front, disbanded
5th Mountain Division
5th Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
1940 April 1941: Greece
May 1941: Crete
October 1941: Leningrad
October 1941 - November 1943: Eastern Front
November 1943 - May 1945: Italy
5th Panzer Division November 1938
Before 1939
September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
Balkans
April 1941: Greece
July 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Courland
5th SS Panzer Division, "Wiking" October 1943 October 1943 - April 1944: Eastern Front
July 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Austria, Czechoslovakia
5th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 5th SS Panzer Division)
1940 June 1941 - October 1943: Eastern Front
6th Airborne Division
6th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
(reformed late 1944)
1944
April 1944
June 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
Western Front (destroyed), Eastern Front, France, Holland
6th Infantry Division
(reformed as 6th Volksgrenadier Division)
before 1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
August 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
6th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 January 1943 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
6th Mountain Division
6th Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
1940
June 1, 1940
France, Poland
April 1941: Greece
November 1941 - May 1945: Lapland, Norway
Finland
6th Panzer Division
(Previously 1st Light Division)
1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - April 1942: Eastern Front
December 1942 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Hungary, Czechoslovakia
6th SS Mountain Division
6th SS Gebirgs Division, "Nord"
1941
June 1942
February 1942: Lappland
February 1942 - December 1944: Eastern Front
December 1944: Battle of the Bulge
December 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
7th Airborne Division
7th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
1944 September 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
Albert Canal, Western Germany (destroyed)
7th Flieger Division
(remnants used to form 1st Parachute Division)
before 1939 May - June 1940: France
April 1941: Greece
May 1941: Crete
June 1941 - March 1943: Eastern Front
7th Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France, Flanders
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
7th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 January - May 1943: Eastern Front, disbanded
7th Mountain Division
7th Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
(formed from 99th Light Division)
1941
November 1941
April 1942 - May 1945: Lapland, Lappland, Norway
7th Panzer Division
(formerly 2nd Light Division)
1939
October 1939
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1942: Eastern Front
Baltic states
December 1942 - May 1945: Eastern Front
7th SS Mountain Division
7th SS Gebirgs Division, "Prince Eugen"
1942
March 1, 1942
November 1942 - May 1945: Yugoslavia
8th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
(revolked, reissued January 1945)
September 1944 Defense of Rhine
8th Infantry Division
(became 8th Jäger Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - January 1942: Eastern Front
8th Jäger Division 1942 March 1942 - May 1945: Eastern Front
8th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 January - March 1943: Eastern Front, disbanded
8th Mountain Division
8th Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division
1945
February 1945
February - May 1945: Italy
8th Panzer Division
(formerly 3rd Light Panzer Division)
1939
October 1939
May - June 1940: France
April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Carpathian Mountains, Moravia
8th SS Cavalry Division "Florian Geyer" 1942
June 1942
October 1942 - November 1943: Eastern Front
November 1943 - April 1944: Yugoslavia
April 1944 - February 1945: Eastern Front, destroyed at Budapest
9th Airborne Division
9th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
1944
September 1944
January 1945
March - May 1945: Eastern Front
Breslau, Berlin
9th Infantry Division
(reformed as 9th Volksgrenadier Division, September 1944)
1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - August 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
December 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
9th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 January 1943 - February 1944: Eastern Front, disbanded
9th Mountain Division
9th Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division, "Nord", "Kraeutler"
1945 1945: Norway
9th Gebirgsjäger (Mountain Rifles) Division, "East"   Eastern Front
9th Panzer Division
(formerly 4th Light Panzer Division)
1940
January 1940
May - June 1940: Holland, France
Balkans
April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - March 1944: Eastern Front
June 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
France, Normandy, Ardennes, Ruhr pocket
9th SS Panzer Division, "Hohenstaufen" October 1943
February 1944
March - June 1944: Eastern Front
June 1944 - January 1945: North West Europe, Western Front
Normandy, Arnhem, Battle of the Bulge
February - May 1945: Eastern Front
Hungary
9th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 9th SS Panzer Division)
1942  
10th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division September 1944
February 1945
Feldbach (destroyed)
10th Infantry Division
(became 10th Motorized Division, October 1940)
(became 10th Panzergrenadier Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
10th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 January 1943 - February 1944: Eastern Front, disbanded
10th Panzer Division 1939
April 1939 in Prague
September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - April 1942: Eastern Front
France, Dieppe raid
December 1942 - May 1943: North Africa
May 1943: Tunisia (destroyed)
10th Panzer-Grenadier Division October 1940 June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
10th SS Panzer Division, "Frundsberg" October 1943 March - June 1944: Eastern Front
June 1944 - March 1945: North West Europe, Western Front
Normandy, Arnhem, Strasburg
March - May 1945: Eastern Front
10th SS Panzer-Grenadier Divison
(became 10th SS Panzer Division)
1942  
11th Airborne Division
11th Fallshirmjäger (Airborne) Division
1945
March 1945
March - May 1945: North West Europe
Holland
11th Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
11th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 February 1944 - May 1945: Yugoslavia
11th Panzer Division 1940
August 1940
April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - May 1944: Eastern Front
August 1944: Southern France
September 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
Saar, Bavaria
11th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
11th SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division, "Nordland"
1943 November 1943 - April 1945: Eastern Front
November 1943: Croatia
December 1943: Eastern Front
Courland
March 1945: Stetin
April 16, 1945: Berlin
12th Infantry Division
(reformed as 12th Volksgrenadier Division, September 1944)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
September 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe
12th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 March 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
12th Panzer Division
(formerly 2nd Motorized Infantry Division)
October 1940
December 1940
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Courland
12th SS Panzer Division, "Hitler Jugend" October 1943 June 1944 - January 1945: North West Europe, Western Front
Normandy
January - May 1945: Eastern Front
February 1945: Hungary
Austria
12th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 12th SS Panzer Division)
1943  
13th Infantry Division
(became 13th Motorized Division, 1936, 1937)
(became 13th Panzer Division)
before 1939 Poland, FRance
13th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 February 1943 - February 1944: Eastern Front, disbanded
13th Panzer Division
(formerly 13th Motorized Division)
(rebuilt as Panzer Division "Feldherrenhalle #2")
October 1940, in Romania June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Hungary
January 1945: Budapest (destroyed)
13th Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 13th Panzer Division)
1936 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
13th SS Mountain Division
7th SS Gebirgs Division, "Handscher" (Croatian #1)"
1943
February 1943
February 1944 - May 1945: Yugoslavia
Croatia, Hungary, Austria
14th Infantry Division
(became 14th Motorized Division, October 1940)
(became 14th Panzergrenadier Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
14th Panzer Division
(formerly 4th Infantry Division)
(Reformed April 1943, summer 1943)
Summer 1940
August 1940
April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, Destroyed at Stalingrad
November 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Courland
14th Panzer-Grenadier Division
(became 14th Infantry Division, summer 1943)
October 1940 June 1941 - July 1943: Eastern Front
14th SS Grenadier Division
14th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS (Galician #1)
(renamed 14th Volunteer Grenadier Division, June 1944)
(reformed November 1944)
1943
July 1943
March - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
April - May 1945: Eastern Front
Lemberg, Austria
15th Infantry Division before 1939 June - November 1941: Eastern Front
February 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
15th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 January - November 1943: Eastern Front, disbanded
15th Panzer Division
(formerly 33rd Infantry Division)
(Became 15th Light Division, April 1941)
(Reformed as 15th Panzer Grenadier, July 1943)
August 1940
October 1940
April 1941 - May 1943: North Africa, Tunisia, Destroyed in North Africa, Destroyed in Tunisia
15th Panzer-Grenadier Division
15th Panzergrenadier Division
1943
May 1943, July 1943
July - August 1943: Sicily
September 1943 - September 1944: Italy
September 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
France, Battle of the Bulge, Reichswald
15th SS Grenadier Division
15th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS (Latvian #1)
1943
February 1943
November 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Novo-Sokolniki, Latvia, West Prussia
16th Infantry Division
(became 16th Panzer Division)
(became 16th Panzergrenadier Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
16th Infantry Division
(formed from 158th Reserve Division and 16th Luftwaffe Division)
1944 July - September 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
16th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
16th Motorized Division
(became 116th Panzer Division)
   
16th Panzer Division
(formerly 16th Infantry Division)
(Reformed March 1943)
1940, October 1940 June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, Destroyed at Stalingrad
France
September - November 1943: Italy
November 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Yugoslavia, Eastern Front
March 1944: Ukraine (destroyed)
16th Panzer-Grenadier Division
(becomes 116th Panzer Division)
1940 April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - March 1944: Eastern Front
16th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
16th SS Panzergrenadier Division, "Reichsführer SS"
1943
June 1944
July 1943 - April 1944: Italy
Anzio
April - June 1944: Yugoslavia
Hungary
June 1944 - March 1945: Italy
Hungary
March - May 1945: Eastern Front
Austria
17th Infantry Division before 1939
(recruited in Bavaria)
September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - June 1942: Eastern Front
1942: France
February 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
17th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 August 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
17th Panzer Division
(formerly 27th Infantry Division)
October 1940 June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
April 1945: Destroyed
17th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
17th SS Panzergrenadier Division "Goetz von Berlichingen"
1943
May 1944
June 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
Normandy, Avranches, Metz, Rhine River, Bavaria, Bad Tölz
18th Artillery Division
(formerly 18th Panzer Division)
   
18th Infantry Division
(became 18th Motorized Division, October 1940 )
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
18th Luftwaffe Field Division 1942 August 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
18th Panzer Division
(Became 18th Artillery Division)
1940
October 1940
June 1941 - November 1943: Eastern Front
18th Panzer-Grenadier Division
(reformed in East Prussia)
(reformed)
(reformed in Berlin)
October 1940 Yugoslavia
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
January - May 1945: Eastern Front
Destroyed
Destroyed
Destroyed
18th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
18th SS Freiwilligen Panzergrenadier Division "Horst Wessel"
1944
February 1944
August - December 1944: Eastern Front
February - May 1945: Eastern Front
Yugoslavia
18th Volksgrenadier Division 1944 October 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
19th Infantry Division
(became 19th Panzer Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
19th Luftwaffe Field Division 1943 June - August 1944: Italy, destroyed
19th Panzer Division
(formerly 19th Infantry Division)
October 1940 June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Ukraine, East Prussia, Bohemia
19th SS Grenadier Division
19th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS (Latvian #2)
1944
January 7, 1944
March 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Leningrad, Courland
20th Infantry Division
(became 20th Motorized Division, 1937)
before 1939  
20th Luftwaffe Field Division 1943 June - November 1944: Italy
January 1945: disbanded
20th Panzer Division 1940
October 1940
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
August 1944: Romania
December 1944: Hungary
20th Panzer-Grenadier Division
20th Panzergrenadier Division
1937,1938 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
20th SS Grenadier Division
20th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS (Estonian #1)
October 1, 1942
1943
February 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Breslau
21st Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
21st Luftwaffe Field Division 1943 January 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
21st Panzer Division
(formerly 5th Light Panzer Division)
(reformed July 1943 in France)
July 1941 North Africa: Destroyed
Western Front
January 1945: Eastern Front
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
21st SS Mountain Division
21st SS Gebirgs Division, "Skanderbeg" (Albanian #1)"
1941
April 17, 1944
April 1944 - May 1945: Albania
22nd Air Landing Division 1937 September 1939: Poland
May 1940: Holland
June 1941 - July 1942: Eastern Division
November 1942 - May 1943: Tunisia
November 1944 - May 1945: Greece, Yugoslavia
22nd Infantry Division
(became 22nd Air Landing Division)
before 1939  
22nd Panzer Division 1941
September 1941
March - December 1942: Eastern Front, disbanded
22nd SS Cavalry Division
22nd SS Freiwilligen Cavalry Division
1944
April 1944
October 1944 - February 1945: Eastern Front
Debreczen, Budapest
23rd Infantry Division
(became 26th Panzer Division)
(reformed as 23rd Infantry Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1942: Eastern Front
1942: France
Eastern Front
23rd Infantry Division
(became 26th Panzer Division)
1942 February 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
23rd Panzer Division 1940
September 1941
March 1942 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Poland, Hungary
23rd SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
23rd SS Freiwilligen Panzergrenadier Division "Nederland"
1943 April - May 1945: Eastern Front
24th Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Crimea, Courland, Stettin, Pomerania, Elbe
24th Panzer Division
(formerly 1st Cavalry Division)
(Reformed March 1943, in Italy)
February 1942 June 1942 - February 1943: Eastern Front, Destroyed at Stalingrad
October 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Hungary, Slovakia, West Prussia, Schleswig-Holstein
24st SS Gebirgs Division, "Karstjäger" July 10, 1942 Istrian Peninsula, Northern Italy
25th Infantry Division
(became 25th Motorized Division)
pre 1939 September 1939: Poland
June 1940: France
25th Panzer Division 1942 October 1943 - March 1944: Eastern Front
September 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
25th Panzer-Grenadier Division
25th Panzergrenadier Division
(reformed December 1944)
October 1940 June 1941 - October 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
October 1944 - February 1945: North West Europe
February - May 1945: Eastern Front
25th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS "Hunyaki" (Hungarian #1) April 1944 Eastern Front, North West Europe
26th Infantry Division
(became 26th Volksgrenadier Division, October 1944)
before 1939 June 1940: France
June 1941 - September 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
1943: Kursk
November 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
26th Panzer Division
(formerly 23rd Infantry Division)
July 1942 September 1943 - May 1945: Italy
26th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS March 1945 Made from Hungarian Army units.
27th Infantry Division
(became 17th Panzer Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
27th Panzer Division 1942 September 1942 - January 1943: Eastern Front, Disbanded, Destroyed
27th SS Freiwilligen Grenadier Division "Langemarck" March 1943 Ukraine, Zhitomir, Battle of the Bulge, Eastern Front
28th SS Freiwilligen Panzergrenadier Division "Wallonien"   Eastern Front, Schleswig-Holstein
28th Infantry Division
(became 28th Jäger Division)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June - November 1941: Eastern Front
28th Jäger Division 1941 March 1942 - May 1945: Eastern Front
28th Panzer Division
(created from units from 16th Panzer Grenadier Division and 17th Reserve Panzer Division)
April 1944 Western Front, Ruhr pocket
29th Infantry Division
(became 29th Motorized Division)
before 1939  
29th Panzer-Grenadier Division
29th Panzergrenadier Division
(reformed March 1943)
1937, 1938 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, Destroyed at Stalingrad
July - August 1943: Sicily
September 1943 - May 1945: Italy
29th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS (Italian #1) April 1945  
30th Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: Low Countries, France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
30th SS Grenadier Division
30th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS (Russian #2)
1944
Summer 1944
November 1944 - March 1945: North West Europe
March - May 1945: Eastern Front
31st Infantry Division
(became 31st Volksgrenadier Division, 1944)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: Belgium, France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
Kursk
September 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
31st SS Freiwilligen Grenadier Division   Pecs; Marburg, Yugoslavia; Silesia; Königgrätz, Czechoslovakia
32nd Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
32nd SS Freiwilligen Grenadier Division "30 January"   River Oder, Frankfurt, River Elbe
33rd Infantry Division
(became 15th Panzer Division)
(became 15th Panzergrenadier Division)
before 1939 May - June 1940: France
33rd Waffengrenadier Division of the SS "Charlemagne" (French #1) August 1943 Sanok, Köslin, Swinemünde, Danzig, Schleswig-Holstein, Danube
34th Infantry Division before 1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front
34th SS Panzer-Grenadier Division
34th SS Grenadier Division "Landstorm Nederland"
1943
November 1944
November - December 1943: Yugoslavia
December 1943- May 1945: Eastern Front
35th Infantry Division
(became 35th Volksgrenadier Division, October 1944)
before 1939 May - June 1940: Flanders, France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
October 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
25th SS Police Grenadier Division March 1945 Cottbus, Berlin
36th Infantry Division
(became 36th Motorized Division)
(became 36th Volksgrenadier Division, September 1944)
before 1939 May - June 1940: France
May - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
September 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
36th Panzer-Grenadier Division
36th Panzergrenadier Division
(became 36th Infantry Division, summer 1943, May 1944)
October 1940 June 1941 - July 1943: Eastern Front
36th Waffengrenadier Division of the SS "Dirlewanger" June 1940 Eastern Front, Poland, River Oder, Halbe Pocket
37th SS Freiwilligen Cavalry Division "Luetzow" February 1945 Vienna
38th Infantry Division
Included Poles and other non-Germans.
1941
Summer 1942
April - December 1943: Eastern Front, disbanded
38th SS Panzergrenadier Division "Nibelungen" March 27, 1945 Landshut
39th Infantry Division 1942 April - December 1943: Eastern Front, disbanded
41st Fortress Division
(became 41st Infantry Division, January 1945)
1941 March 1941 - May 1945: Greece, Yugoslavia
42nd Jäger Division 1944 May - August 1944: Yugoslavia
August 1944 - May 1945: Italy
44th Infantry Division
(reformed June 1943)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
December 1943 - January 1945: Italy
February - May 1945: Eastern Front
45th Infantry Division
(reformed as 45th Volksgrenadier Division, August 1944)
before 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
Kursk
September 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
46th Infantry Division before 1939 September 1939: Poland
April 1941: Yugoslavia
July 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Crimea, Caucasus
47th Infantry Division
(reformed as 47th Volksgrenadier Division, October 1944)
1944 June - September 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
December 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
48th Infantry Division
(reformed as 48th Volksgrenadier Division, February 1945)
1944 August - November 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
April - May 1945: North West Europe
49th Infantry Division
(merged with 246th Volksgrenadier Division, October 1944)
1944 August - October 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
50th Infantry Division 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
April 1941: Greece
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
Crimea, Caucasus
52nd Infantry Division 1939 September 1939: Poland
April 1940: Norway
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - October 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed
56th Infantry Division
(reformed as 56th Volksgrenadier Division, September 1944)
1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
October 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
57th Infantry Division 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
58th Infantry Division 1939 June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
59th Infantry Division 1944 August 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe
60th Infantry Division
(became 60th Motorized Division)
1939 May - June 1940: France
60th Panzer-Grenadier Division
60th Panzergrenadier Division
(reformed as Panzer-Grenadier Feldherrenhalle, June 1943)
October 1940 April 1941: Yugoslavia, Balkans
June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
61st Infantry Division 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
62nd Infantry Division
(reformed as 62nd Volksgrenadier Division, October 1944)
1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - September 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
November 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe
64th Infantry Division 1944 August - November 1944: North West Europe
65th Infantry Division 1942 October 1943 - May 1945: Italy
68th Infantry Division 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
69th Infantry Division 1939 April 1940: Norway
April 1943 - April 1945: Eastern Front
70th Infantry Division 1944 November 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
71st Infantry Division
(reformed April 1943)
1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
September 1943 - December 1944: Italy
December 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
72nd Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
April 1941: Yugoslavia
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
73rd Infantry Division 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
April 1941: Yugoslavia
July 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
75th Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
76th Infantry Division
(reformed April 1943)
1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
November 1943 - May 1945: Eastern Front
77th Infantry Division 1944 June - September 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
78th Infantry Division
(reformed September 1944)
1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
September 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
79th Infantry Division
(reformed April 1943)
(reformed as 79th Volksgrenadier Division, October 1944)
1939 June 1940: France
June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
July 1943 - August 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
December 1944 - April 1945: North West Europe, disbanded
81st Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
December 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
82nd Infantry Division 1939 May 1942 - May 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
83rd Infantry Division 1939 September 1939: Poland
May - June 1940: France
December 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
84th Infantry Division 1944 August 1944 - March 1945: North West Europe, destroyed
85th Infantry Division 1944 June 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
86th Infantry Divison 1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, nearly distroyed
October 1944: disbanded
87th Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
88th Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
February 1942 - April 1945: Eastern Front
89th Infantry Division 1944 June 1944 - May 1945: North West Europe
90th Light Division
90th Light Africa Division
(converted to 90th Infantry Division (Motorized), March 1942)
1941
August 1941
August 1941 - May 1943: North Africa, destroyed
90th Panzer-Grenadier Division 1943 November 1943 - May 1945: Italy
91st Air Landing Division 1944 June - August 1944: North West Europe, destroyed
92nd Infantry Division 1943 January - June 1944: Italy, disbanded
93rd Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
July 1941 - March 1945: Eastern Front, destroyed
94th Infantry Division
(reformed April 1943)
1939 May - June 1940: France
July 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
November 1943 - May 1945: Italy
95th Infantry Division
(reformed as 95th Volksgrenadier Division, September 1944)
1939 June 1941 - July 1944: Eastern Front, destroyed
October 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front
96th Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
July 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
97th Infantry Division
(became 97th Jäger Division, December 1940)
1939  
97th Jäger Division December 1940 June 1941 - May 1945: Eastern Front
98th Infantry Division 1939 May - June 1940: France
June 1941 - May 1944: Eastern Front
June - September 1944: Yugoslavia
September 1944 - May 1945: Italy
99th Light Division
(became 7th Mountain Division)
1940 June - November 1941: Eastern Front
100th Infantry Division
(became 100th Jäger Division, December 1940)
1939  
100th Jäger Division
(reformed May 1943, in Yugoslavia)
December 1940 June 1941 - February 1943: Eastern Front, destroyed at Stalingrad
Balkans
July 1943 - February 1944: Albania
March 1944 - May 1945: Eastern Front

Sources:

  1. World War II The Encyclopedia of Facts and Figures, John Ellis, 1995
  2. German Army Handbook 1939 - 1945, James Lucas, 1998
  3. World War II Data Book The Wehrmacht 1935-1945 The Essential Facts and Figures for Hitler's Germany, Michael E. Haskew, 2011
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