4th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The German 4th Panzer Division (4. Panzer-Division) was established in 1938. It participated in the 1939 invasion of Poland, the 1940 invasion of France, and the 1941 invasion of the Soviet Union. It ...
9th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 9th Panzer Division was a panzer division of the Wehrmacht Heer. The division was only active during World War II, and came into existence after 4th Light Division was reorganized in January 1940....
25th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 25th Panzer Division, nicknamed 'Mondschein' (Moonshine), was a German tank formation during World War II. It was one of the many under strength Panzer divisions the Germans formed during the last...
10th SS Panzer Division Frundsberg
The 10th SS Panzer Division Frundsberg or 10.SS-Panzer-Division Frundsberg was a German Waffen SS panzer division. The division was formed at the beginning of 1943 as a reserve for the expected Allied...
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20th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 20th Panzer Division was formed on 15 October 1940 in Erfurt, Germany. As part of Adolf Hitler's plans to double the number of Panzer Divisions, the 19th Infantry Division and a number of other un...
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12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend
The 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend ("Hitler Youth") was a German Waffen-SS armoured division during World War II. The Hitlerjugend was unique because the majority of its junior enlisted men were...
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273rd Reserve Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The German 273rd Reserve Panzer Division was a reserve army division in case anything were to happen to the 1st Panzer Division. After the Battle of Kursk German 273rd Reserve Panzer Division was used...
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14th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The German 14th Panzer Division (14. Panzer-Division) was an armoured division in the German Army during World War II. It was created in 1940 by the conversion of the 4th Infantry Division.
19th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The German 19th Panzer Division was created from the 19th Infantry Division on 1 November 1940.In July 1941, it moved to the central sector of the Eastern front until December 1942, when it was transf...
1st Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The German 1st Panzer Division (1. Panzer-Division) was an elite armoured division in the German Army during World War II. Its divisional insignia was a white oakleaf emblem.
The 1st Panzer Divisi...
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Panzer Division Clausewitz
Panzer-Division Clausewitz was a German panzer division during World War II, named for Carl von Clausewitz.It was formed in central Germany area at the beginning of April 1945 under the command of Gen...
7th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 7th Panzer Division was an elite armored formation of the German Army in the Second World War. It participated in the Battle of France, the invasion of the Soviet Union, the occupation of Vichy Fr...
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Panzer Division Müncheberg
Panzer-Division Müncheberg was a German panzer division which saw action on the Eastern Front around Berlin during World War II.
Panzer-Division Müncheberg began forming on 8 March 1945 in Müncheb...
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15th Panzer Division (Germany)
The 15th Panzer Division was an armoured formation of the German Army in World War II.
The division was transported to Libya in April 1941, joining General Erwin Rommel's Deutsches Afrikakorps (DA...
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Panzer Division Feldherrnhalle 2
Panzer Division Feldherrnhalle 2, commanded by Dr. Franz Bäke, was a late World War II Wehrmacht armoured division. It was formed in March 1945 of the remnants of other divisions and stationed with a ...
16th Panzer Division (Germany)
The 16th Infantry Division of the German Army was created in 1934 as Kommandant von Münster. In October 1935 the division was renamed 16. Infanterie-Division. On 26 August 1939 the division was mobil...
3rd SS Division Totenkopf
The 3rd SS Panzer Division Totenkopf (skull), also known as the 3rd SS Panzergrenadier Division Totenkopf and 3rd SS Division Totenkopf during its existence, was one of 38 divisions of the Waffen-SS, ...
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24th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 24th Panzer Division was formed in 1942 from the 1st Cavalry Division based at Königsberg.
It served under the Fourth Panzer Army in Army Group South of the Eastern Front. In late December 194...
9th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen
The 9th SS Panzer Division "Hohenstaufen", also known as SS-Panzergrenadier-Division 9, SS-Panzergrenadier-Division 9 Hohenstaufen or 9. SS-Panzer-Division Hohenstaufen, was a German Waffen-SS Armoure...
233rd Reserve Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 233rd Reserve Panzer Division was a German panzer division during World War II which was mainly deployed in Denmark.The 233rd Panzer Division was redesignated the 233rd Reserve Panzer Division on ...
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11th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 11th Panzer Division was a German Panzer formation which saw action on the Eastern and Western Fronts during the Second World War. The formation's emblem was a ghost (this should not be confused w...
179th Reserve Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 179th Reserve Panzer Division (German: 179. Reserve-Panzer-Division) of the German army in World War II was formed in July 1943. The division was stationed in France from July 1943 to May 1944...
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2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich
The 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich was an elite division during World War II. It was one of the thirty-eight divisions fielded by the Waffen-SS. It served during the invasion of France and took part...
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Panzertruppenschule II
Panzertruppenschule II (Armoured Troops School No.2) was the second of two major schools set up by the German Panzerwaffe in World War II to train German armour officers to operate Panzers. It was bas...
18th Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
The 18th Panzer Division (German: 18. Panzer-Division) was a German World War II armoured division that fought on the Eastern Front from 1941 until its disbandment in 1943.
The 18th Panzer Div...
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