Die selbständigen Panzerägerabteilungen der Wehrmacht

by James A. Broshot and Jason Long

Panzerabwehr-Lehr-Abteilung
Panzerjäger-Lehr-Abteilung
formed 18 Nov 39 from 11./Pz.Lehr.Rgt and 2./Pz.Abw.Abt.24;
attached to 10.Panzer-Division
Panzerjäger-Lehr-Abteilung 130, Panzer-Lehr-Division formed 10 Jan 44
from III./Panzer-Lehr-Regiment
FtF: Sep I 39, Fourteenth Army, Army Group South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II Lehr
SF: Jul I 43, WK XI garrison, 1x 1-10 mot AT II Lehr; Jan I 44, release from garrison and convert (with other units) to 1x 20-10 Pz XX Lehr, Jan II 44
Oct I 44, South, 1x 1-6 AT II Lehr

Panzerjäger-Abteilung Mil.Befh. Südost

formed Fall 44 with three companies
last assigned to LXVIII Army Corps
SF: Sep I 44, Southeast, 1x 1-8 AT II SO

Panzer-Jagd-Abteilung 1

[Joachim: 24 Jan 45 formed from Panzerjagd-Abteilung Weichsel with two companies of 14 Hetzers each (originally the Jagdpanzer-Kp. 1021(L) and 1269, destined for 21. Lw.Feld-Div. and 269. Inf.Div.) and a Pz.Aufkl.Kp. with 16 SPW from the Panzertruppenschule Krampnitz
It was deleted from the Fieldpost list in March
A new unit of this name with two Coys was created again in April]
8 Apr 45 4 StuG III, 11 StuG IV, 5 Hetzers operational, 1 StuG IV in long-term repair, assigned to 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group Vistula
SF: Oct I 44, West, 1x 2-1-10 TD II 1
SF: Oct I 44, West, 1x 2-1-10 TD II 1

Panzer-Jagd-Abteilung 2

25 Jan 45 formed from Stab Panzerjagd-Abteilung Herford with two jagdpanzer companies and a Pz.Aufkl.Kp. from Pz.JŠg.Kp. 1129, 1551, 1542, 1203 in Milowitz and in Krampnitz from Gneisenau-Einheinten
8 Apr 45, 24 Hetzers operational and 1 in long-term repair, assigned to 9th Army, Army Group Vistula
SF: Oct I 44, withdraw to East, 1x 2-1-10 TD II 2
SE: Oct I 44, 1x 2-1-10 TD II 2

Panzer-Jagd-Abteilung 3

25 Jan 45 formed from Stab Panzerjagd-Abteilung Landau with two jagdpanzer companies and a Pz.Aufkl.Kp. from Pz.JŠg.Kp. 1129, 1551, 1542, 1203 in Milowitz and in Krampnitz from Gneisenau-Einheinten
Apr 45 21 Hetzers issued
SF: Oct I 44, withdraw to East, 1x 2-1-10 TD II 3
SE: Oct I 44, 1x 2-1-10 TD II 3

Panzer-Jagd-Abteilung 4

25 Jan 1945 Formed with two jagdpanzer Kp. and one Pz.Aufkl.Kp. with 16 SPW. from Stab Panzerjagd-Abteilung Freystadt and two Personaleinheiten from WK VIII

Panzer-Jagd-Abteilung 5

Feb 45 formed from Stab Panzerjagd-Abteilung Böblingen with two jagdpanzer companies and a Pz.Aufkl.Kp. from Gneisenau-Einheinten

Panzer-Jagd-Abteilung 6

Feb 45 formed from Stab Panzerjagd-Abteilung Regensburg with two jagdpanzer companies and a Pz.Aufkl.Kp. from Gneisenau-Einheinten
8 Apr 45 15 Hetzers operational and 4 in long-term repair, assigned to 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group Vistula

1./Panzerjäger-Abteilung 8

[Niehorster: late 39 issued six 8.8cm Flak 18 (Sf.) and became independent
10 May 40 attached to 2nd Panzer Division
22 Jun 41 XXXIX Panzer Corps, 3rd Panzer Group, Army Group Center]
29 Sep 41 9th Army, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
29 Jan 42 redesignated as Pz.Jg.-Kp. 601

Gebirgs-PanzerjŠger-Abteilung 48 (6. Gebirgs-Division)
Schnelle-Abt. 48 (Dec 43)

1 May 43 became army troops
[Niehorster: 4 Jul 43, organized with two companies, each with four 50mm and eight 37mm guns]
Dec 43 reinforced and redesignated
1944 Greece
28 Jan 45 absorbed by Aufkl.-Abt. 116, 117. JŠger-Division

Panzerjäger-Abteilung 88 (18. Panzer-Division)
schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 88 (29 Sep 43 )

29 Oct 40 formed by Panzerjäger-Ersatz-Abteilung 4 with three companies from Pz.Jg.Kp. 14./52 and 14./101
1 Apr 43 army troops after disbandment of division
Dec 43 Transferred to Mielau where 26 Nashorns were received
Jan 44 19 Nashorns received and returned to the Eastern Front
Jun 44 10 Nashorns received
Aug 44 20 Nashorns received
Sep 44 10 Nashorns received
Nov 44 17th Army, Army Group Center
late Jan-mid Feb 45 Upper Silesia
Mar 45 4 Nashorns received
SE: Jan I 43, East, 1x 1-2-10 mot AT II 88

Panzerjäger-Abteilung 93 (26. Panzer-Division)
schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 93 (23 Jul 43 )

19 Oct 42 formed by redesignation of Panzerjäger-Abteilung 23 (23. Infanterie-Division) and assigned to 26. Panzer-Division
23 Jul 43 army troops and redesignated, 19 Nashorns issued
31 Jul - 2 Aug 43 transferred to 7th Army from 15th Army
Aug 43 29 Nashorns received
3 Aug 43 transferred to Coetquidan Training Area, 7th Army
14 Sep 43 Army Group B reserve, Italy
Oct 43 16 Nashorns received
Nov 43 5 Nashorns received
Jan 44 10 Nashorns received
18 Feb 44 2./ attached to 24th Panzer Division, XXX Corps, 6th Army, Army Group South
May 44 5 Nashorns received
Jun 44 10 Nashorns received
Aug 44 10 Nashorns received
Nov 44 refitting in Germany?
Jan 45 Operation Nordwind
SE: Aug I 43, East, 1x 1-2-10 mot AT II 93

Panzer-Jagd-Brigade 104

26 Jan 45 formed in Berlin to control 6 Panzer-Jagd-Abteilungen and a Panzer-Aufklärung-Abt.
15 Feb 45 redesignated as Stab Kampfgruppe Gen. Münzel
1 Mar 45 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group Vistula

Panzerjäger-Abteilung 169 (see entry for Panzerjäger-Abteilung 529)

Panzerjäger-Abt. 348

Aug 44 independent after its parent division destroyed
8 Feb broken up and redesignated as Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt 190 (190. Inf.Div.), Pz.Jg.Kp. 1348 and s.Pz.Jg.Kp. 1190

Panzerjäger-Abt. 463

15 Sep 40 formed in Norway from Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. z.b.V. 233 and Pz.Jg.Kpn. 303, 304, 305 (Stellungs-Pz.Abw.Kpn vom Oberrhein)
[Niehorster: 22 Jun 41, Mountain Corps Norway, Army Norway (Finland) (3.7cm guns)
28 Jun 42, 20th Mountain Army, Finland and equipped with 6x Marder II, 21x 37mm and 3x 28mm AT guns in three companies
4 Jul 43, 20th Mountain Army, Finland and organized with twelve 37mm and two 75mm guns per company]
TW (draft): Army Norway: 1x 1-10 mot AT II 463

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 468

1945: formed by OB West and assigned to Nineteenth Army (upper Rhein)
SF: Oct I 44, South, 1x 1-6 AT II 468

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 470

1945: formed by Army Group A
no Europa counter

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 471

Dec 43 formed in Southern Russia by First Panzer Army
Stab, 1./ from Pz.Jg.Abt. 333
2., 3./ from Pz.Jg.Abt. 138 (38. Inf.Div.)
Sep 44 redesignated as Panzerjäger-Abteilung 40, 24. Panzer-Division
SE: Dec I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 471

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 472

12 Nov 43 formed in Southern Russia by Eighth Army with three companies
Stab/ from Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 139 (39. Inf.Div.)
1., 2./ from 1., 2./Schnelle-Abt. 223 (223. Inf.Div.)
5 Jan 44 assigned to 8th Army, Army Group South, Kirovograd
Aug 44 destroyed in Bessarabia
6 Oct 44 officially disbanded
SE: Dec I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 472

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 473

Dec 43 formed in Southern Russia by Fourth Panzer Army with three companies
2 Nov 43 Stab, 1./ from Pz.Jag.Abt. 332 (332. Inf.Div.)
2./ from 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 219 (219. Inf.Div.)
3./ from 2./Schnelle-Abt. 217 (217. Inf.Div)
7 Dec 43 elements attached to XXXXII Corps, 4th Panzer Army, Army Group South
9 May 44 disbanded, Stab redesignated Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 367
SE: 1x 1-8 AT II 473, Dec I 43

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 474

Dec 43 formed in Russia by Second Army with three companies:
Stab/ from Stab/Schnelle-Abt. 216,
1., 3./ from 1./Schnelle-Abt. 216 and 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 186?,
2./ newly formed
1 Jan 44 Stab, 1./ from Stab, 1./Schnelle-Abt. 216 (216. Inf.Div.)
15 Jul 44 Second Army, Army Group Center
SE: Dec I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 474

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 475

Dec 43 formed in Russia by Ninth Army
15 Jul 44 Army Group Center - Second Army (2./475)
SE: Dec I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 475

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 476

Dec 43 formed by Fourth Army with three companies
SE: Dec I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 476

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 477

29 Sep 43 formed by Eighteenth Army with four companies:
Stab/ from Stab/Schnelle-Abt. 161, companies from 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 11, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 23, 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 158 (as 3./), 3./Schnelle-Abt. 161 (as 4./)
16 Jan 44 1. and 4. assigned to III SS-Panzer Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
2./ assigned to XXXVIII Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
3./ assigned to VIII Corps, 16th Army, Army Group North
May 44 disbanded, companies restored to former designations
SE: Oct I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 477

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 478

29 Sep 43 formed Eighteenth Army with four companies
Stab/ from Stab/Schnelle-Abt. 181, companies from
1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 181, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 254, 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 290, 4. (3.)/Pz.Jg.Abt. 126
16 Jan 44 assigned to 18th Army, Army Group North minus 4./
4./ assigned to XXXVIII Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
14 May 44 disbanded, Stab/ formed Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 181
two companies to Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 753
one company redesignated Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 1290
SE: Oct I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 478

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 479

1944/45: formed by Army Group North, formation not completed
existence doubtful
SE: Jan I 44, 1x 1-8 AT II 479

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 483?

not listed in Tessin
SF: Oct I 44, West, 1x 1-6 AT II 483

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 484?

not listed in Tessin
SF: Oct I 44, West, 1x 1-6 AT II 484

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 485

1944 by OB West and assigned to Nineteenth Army
SF: Oct I 44, West, 1x 1-6 AT II 485

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 486

22 Oct 44 formed in WKXII from Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillon XII/1 (with only one company)
deployed at Metz with First Army
SF: Nov I 44, West, 1x 1-6 AT II 486

Panzer-Zerstörer-Bataillone 487?

not listed in Tessin
SF: Nov I 44, West, 1x 1-6 AT II 487

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 511
Festungs-Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 511

16 Aug 39 mobilized in WK I
Dec 39 redesignated as Festungs-Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 511 with four companies
1 Jun 40 disbanded
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group North/Third Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 511

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 512 (Jagdtiger)

11 Feb 45 formed in WK VI from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 424
16 Feb 45 11 Jagdtigers already issued were recalled by the factory to replace steering units; unit training at Döllersheim
3 Mar 45 2. with 5 Jagdtigers ordered to Sennelager for training, remainder of battalion stays at Döllersheim
13 Mar 45 20 Jagdtigers of 1. and 2. at Sennelager; 3. absorbed elements of sPz.Abt. 511
21 Mar 45 2. assigned to LIII Corps, 15th Army, Army Group B, Remagen sector
31 Mar 45 1. and 2. in the Siegen area with 13 Jagdtigers. 7 vehicles lost in total, one to enemy damage, six to breakdowns or friendly fire; 3. committed to combat near Paderborn with 5 vehicles
Apr 45 1. and 2. trapped in the Ruhr Pocket, 3. in the Harz Pocket
SF: Mar I 45, Germany, withdraw to East, 1x 3-6 TD II 512

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 519 (Hornisse)
schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 519 (Panther) (from 15 Sep 44 )

25 Aug 43 formed in WK III from Arbeitstab Hoppe with 3 companies
25 Sep 43 arrives at Oldebroek Training Group, the Netherlands
Oct 43 16 Nashorns issued
Nov 43 29 Nashorns issued
Jan 44 Army Group Center, Vitebsk area
Mar 44 5 Nashorns issued
Jun 44 5 Nashorns issued
[Hinze (1): 16 Jul 44 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group Center, refitting without vehicles]
22 Aug 44 re-equipped with one company of 14 Jagdpanthers and two companies of 14 StuGs each, plus Stab of 3 Jagdpanthers at Mielau, WK I
Oct 44 transferred to Army Group B
7 Nov 44 attached to 116th Panzer Division during Huertgen Forest battle
Dec 44 6th Panzer Army, Army Group B; 4 Jagdpanthers and 9 Pz IV L/70 (V) issued
1-15 Dec 44 attached to 246 Volksgrenadier Division, 15th Army, Army Group B

AFV Status 1-15 Dec 44

In Repair
DateAFVTotalReadyShort-termLong-TermLost
1-Dec-44StuG227114
Jagdpanther10226
10-Dec-44StuG203143
Jagdpanther9162
11-Dec-44StuG29*131244
Jagdpanther9162
12-Dec-44StuG1951221
Jagdpanther9162
13-Dec-44 Pz IV L/70 (V)981

StuG196112
Jagdpanther9432
14-Dec-44 Pz IV L/70 (V)981

StuG19883
Jagdpanther9522
15-Dec-44 Pz IV L/70 (V)981

StuG19883
Jagdpanther9522

Jan 45 6 Jagdpanthers issued
15 Mar 45 XC Korps, 1st Army, Heeresgruppe G, 12 (?) Jagdpanthers on hand, but 10 are under repair
10 Apr 45 all Jagdpanthers have been lost
SE: Sep I 43, East, 1-2-10 mot AT II; Sep I 44, withdraw
SF: Sep I 43, Germany, withdraw to East, 1-2-10 mot AT II; Oct I 44, West, arrive, convert to 1x 3-8 TD II 519

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 521
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 521

25 Aug 39 mobilized in WK I
2 Apr 40 reorganized with 4.7cm SP guns
10 May 40 Panzer Group von Kleist; self-propelled with three companies @ 9 x 4.7cm PAK(t)
24 Jul 40 transfer from 2nd Army, Army Group C begins
22 Jun 41 XXIV Panzer Corps, Second Panzer Group, Army Group Center (4.7cm SP guns)
Mid-Aug 41, XXIV. Panzer Corps, 2nd Panzer Group, Army Group Center
29 Sep 41 2nd Panzer Group, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 XVII Corps, 6th Army, Army Group South with two companies of Marder IIs, one company of PanzerjŠger Is, and one platoon with two self-propelled 128mm guns and one self-propelled 105mm gun]
Jan 43 destroyed at Stalingrad
15 Apr 43 reformed as schwere Panzerjäger-Kompanie 521
1944? expanded into a full abteilung
15 Dec 44 has 8 Jgdpz IV, 8 StuG, 5 Jagdpanther on hand
21 Dec 44 attached to 3rd Parachute Division, I SS-Panzer Corps, 6th Panzer Army
FtF: Army Group North/Third Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 521, Sep I 39
FoF: May I 40, Panzer Group Kleist, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 521
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 521
SE: Jun II 41, Army Group Center/2nd Pz Group, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 521

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 525
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 525 (from 1 Apr 40)
schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 525 (Nashorn) (from 1 Jun 43 )

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK IX
3 Nov 39 re-equipped with 8.8cm guns
10 May 40 three companies (@ 4 x 8.8cm Pak)
3 Dec 40 arrive in Bouillon area, France, assigned to 16th Army, Army Group A
22 Jun 41 XXXXIX Mountain Corps, Seventeenth Army, Army Group South (3.7cm guns)
23 Jul 41 elemensts attached to 100. JŠger-Division, LII Corps, 17th Army, Army Group South
2 Sep 41 3./ attached to 100. JŠger-Division, LV Corps, 17th Army, Army Group South
Nov 41 17th Army, Army Group South
1942 re-equipped with 7.62cm SP guns
May 43 5 Nashorns issued
Jun 43 15 Nashorns issued
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 1st Panzer Army reserves, Army Group South with one company of Bohler 47mm guns and two companies of Marder IIs]
8 Jun 43 arrive at Coetquidan Training Area, 7th Army
Jul 43 25 Nashorns issued
29 Jul 43 rail-loading for southern France, Army Group Felber, completed
23 Aug 43 rail-loading for Italy completed
30 Aug 43 arrive in the La Spezia area
2 Dec 43 assigned to XI Fliegerkorps
3 Feb 44 I Parachute Corps, 14th Army, Anzio
May 44 5 Nashorns issued
9-13 May 44 transferred from Anzio front to 10th Army
Sep 44 20 Nashorns issued
Oct 44 10 Nashorns issued
Nov 44 10 Nashorns issued, Italy with only 2 companies (?)
late 1944 one company to have received Jagdpanthers, but never delivered
2 Feb 45 LXXIII Corps, 10th Army, Army Group Ligurien
Mar 45 LXXVI Corps, 10th Army, Army Group Ligurien
FtF: Sep I 39, First Army, Army Group C, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 525
FoF: May I 40, High Command Reserves, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 525
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 525
BF: Dec I 40, First Panzer Group, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 525
SE: Jun II 41, 17th Army, Army Group South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 525; Jun I 43, withdraw
SF: Jul I 43, South, 1x 1-2-10 mot AT II 525

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 169 (69. Infanterie-Division)
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 169
Panzerjäger-Abteilung (Sfl.) 529 (1 Jun 40)

1 Jun 40 converted to self-propelled unit and detached to army troops
24 Jan 41 formed by re-designation of Panzerjäger-Abteilung 169 (69. Infanterie-Division)
22 Jun 41 VII Corps, Fourth Army, Army Group Center (4.7cm SP guns)
29 Sep 41 2nd Panzer Group, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 XXXXVII Panzer Corps, 2nd Panzer Army, Army Group Center with three companies of Jagdpanzer Is]
1 Jul 42 disbanded; 1./529 used to form 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 27 (17. Panzer-Division)
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 169
SE: Jun II 41, 4th Army, Army Group Center, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 529

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 543
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 543 (from 1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK VI
10 May 40 assigned to XXVI Corps, 18th Army, Army Group B with three companies (@ 12 x 3.7cm Pak)
24 Jul 40 transfer from 2nd Army, Army Group C begins
21 Jan 41 assigned to 3rd Panzer-Division
FtF: Sep I 39, Fifth Army, Army Group, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 543
FoF: May I 40, Eighteenth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 543
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 543

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 545
Stellungs-Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 545 (from 18 Dec 39)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK XIII
18 Dec 39 reorganized with six companies and redesignated
1 Jun 40 disbanded
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group South Reserves, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 545

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 559
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 559 (1 Apr 40)
Panzerjäger-Abteilung (Sfl.) 559 (1 May 42)
schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 559 (Panther) (10 Apr 44 )

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK V
10 May 40 Twelfth Army Reserves; three companies (@ 12 x 3.7cm Pak)
24 Jul 40 transferring to Army Group A from 12th Army, Army Group C
22 Jun 41 LVI Panzer Corps, Fourth Panzer Group, Army Group North (4.7cm SP guns)
29 Sep 41 4th Army, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
1 May 42 reorganized with 7.62cm SP guns and re-designated
3./ disbanded; Panzerjäger-Kompanie 601 incorporated into unit as 3./
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42, 2nd Army reserves, Army Group South with two companies of Marder IIs as well as 601. schwere PanzerjŠger Kp.]
[Niehorster (2): 12 Jan 43, Korps Cramer, Army Group B, 12 Marders and 24 towed 75mm guns]
21 Jun 43 XIII Corps, 2nd Army, Army Group Center, Kursk
[Niehorster: 4 Jul 43, organized with two companies of six Marder IIs each; 3./ equipped with two self-propelled 50mm and four self-propelled 128mm guns]
Sep 43 6 Marder IIIs delivered
May 44 5 Jagdpanthers issued
Aug 44 8 Jagdpanthers issued
20 Aug 44 2./ and 3./ re-equipped with 14 StuGs each
Sep 44 17 Jagdpanthers issued
6 Sep 44 part in the Netherlands
31 Oct 44 LXXXVIII Corps, 15th Army, Army Group H
4 Dec 44 attached to 256.Volksgrenadiere Division, 1st Army, Army Group G
11 Dec 44 attached to Panzer-Lehr Division, XXXXVII Panzerkorps, 5th Panzer Army for “Wacht Am Rhein”, replaced I./PzR 130 with 21 StuGs and Jagdpanthers
Dec 44 18 Pz IV L/70 (V) issued
Jan 45 6 Jagdpanthers issued
21 Jan 45 detached from Panzer-Lehr Division
Mar 45 5 Jagdpanthers issued, assigned to XIII SS-Corps, 7th Army, Army Group G
Apr 45 19 Jagdpanthers issued
[Kliment: total of 20 Marder IIIs delivered]
FtF: Sep I 39, First Army, Army Group C, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 559
FoF: May I 40, Army Group C, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 559
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 559
SE: Jun II 41, 4th Pz Group, Army Group North, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 559; Apr I 44, withdraw
SF: May I 44, West arrives, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 559; Oct I 44, convert to 1x 3-8 TD II 559

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 560
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 560 (from 1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK VI
10 May 40 Twelfth Army Reserves; three companies (@ 4x 8.8cm Pak)
3 Dec 40 arrive in Bouillon area, France, assigned to 16th Army, Army Group A
28 May 41 south of Bucharest, Romania
22 Jun 41 XI Corps, Eleventh Army, Army Group South (3.7cm guns)
22 May 42 re-equipped with 7.5cm guns
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 Army Group South reserves with two companies of Pak 40s and one company of Pak 98/38(f)]
28 Sep 42 redesignated Panzerjäger-Abteilung 127 – (27. Panzer-Division)
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group North Reserves, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 560
FoF: May I 40, Sixth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 560
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 560
BF: Dec I 40, First Panzer Group, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 560
SE: Jun II 41, Army Group South/11th Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 560; Sep I 42, withdraw

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 560 (Hornisse)
schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 560 (Panther) (26 May 44)

Mar (?) 43 formed in France from Pak-Kp. 4./41, 4./42, 4./61
6 Apr 43 transport to 7th Army completed
23 Apr 43 1. and 3. transferred to the East
Apr 43 30 Nashorns issued
15-17 May 43 15 Nashorns delivered to 2./
2 Jul 43 assigned to XXXXII Corps, Army Detachment Kempf, Army Group South; 45 Nashorns assigned with 14 per company and 3 in the HQ
7 Jul 43 XXXXII Corps assessed the battalion as not combat-ready due to problems with the Hornisse
30 Aug 43 assigned to 8th Army with 13 Hornisse operational and 18 under repair
1 Sep 43 18 operational, 11 in short-term repair, 6 in long-term repair
Sep 43 5 Nashorns issued
Oct 43 5 Nashorns issued
Nov 43 3 Marder IIIs delivered
Dec 43 10 Marder IIIs delivered
19 Dec 43 attached to 257th Inf.Div., XXX Corps, 1st Panzer Army, Army Group South
Feb 44 4 Nashorns issued
Apr 44 5 Nashorns issued
May 44 rebuilt in Allenstein, WK I, Jagdpanthers not yet delivered
Oct 44 4 Jagdpanthers and 11 Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (V) issued
Nov 44 5 Jagdpanthers and 15 Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (V) issued
Dec 44 2 Jagdpanzer IV L/70 (V) issued
16 Dec 44 attached to 12th SS-Panzer-Division, I SS-Panzer Corps, 6th Panzer Army for “Wacht Am Rhein” with two companies Jagdpanzer IV/70s, one company Jagdpanthers
Jan 45 12 Jagdpanthers issued
Feb-Mar 45 Hungary, attached to 12th SS-Panzer-Division, I SS-Panzer Corps, 6th SS-Panzer Army
3 Mar 45 6 Jagdpanthers and 8 Panzerjäger IV ready for combat
10 Mar 45 4 Jagdpanthers and 1 Panzerjäger IV ready for combat
Mar 45 11 Jagdpanthers issued
SF: Jul I 43, West, 1x 1-2-10 mot AT II 560; Apr I 44, transfer to Germany; May I 44, convert to 1x 3-8 TD II 560; Jun I 44, withdraw to East; Dec I 44, West return; Dec I 44, convert to 1 x 3-6 TD II 560, Feb I 45, withdraw to East
SE: Jun I 44, 1x 3-8 TD II 560

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 561
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 561 (from 1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK III
10 May 40 three companies (@ 12 x 3.7cm Pak)
3 Mar 41 transferred from 1st Army, Army Group D to Army Group B
22 Jun 41 Ninth Army Reserves, Army Group Center (4.7cm SP guns (1 platoon of 4x 2.8cm sPzB 41))
29 Sep 41 9th Army, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
5 Jan 1941 2./ attached to 216th Infantry Division, VI Corps, Ninth Army, Army Group Center
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42, 9th Army reserves, Army Group Center with three companies each with six Jagdpanzer Is and three 37mm guns]
Fall 1942 attached to 6th Infantry Division, VI Corps, Ninth Army, Army Group Center
[Niehorster: 4 Jul 43, each company equipped with four 37mm and six 50mm guns]
Sep 43 14 Marder IIIs delivered
May 44 20 Marder IIIs delivered
Oct 44 2 Marder IIs delivered
Feb 45 20 Hetzers issued
FtF: Sep I 39, Eighth Army, Army Group South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 561
FoF: ?
SE: Jun II 41, 9th Army, Army Group Center, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 561

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 563
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 563 (from 1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK IV
10 May 40 IX Corps, 6th Army, with three companies (@ 12 x 3.7cm Pak)
18 Mar 41 attached to 223 ID, 7th Army, Army Group D
22 Jun 41 XXVI Corps, Eighteenth Army, Army Group North (3.7cm guns (1 platoon of 4x 2.8cm sPzB 41))
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 18th Army reserves, Army Group North with two companies of twelve 37mm guns and one company of nine 37mm guns and three 28mm guns]
20 Jan 43 re-equipped with 7.5cm Pak 40 (Sfl.) guns
27 Apr 43 re-equipped with 7.62cm Pak 36 guns
[Niehorster: 4 Jul 43, each company equipped with twelve 37mm guns]
Aug 43 5 Marder IIs delivered
16 Jan 44 assigned to L Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North less 3./ assigned to 18th Army
Apr 44 10 Marder IIIs delivered
2 May 44 18th Army, Army Group North
2 Sep 44 L Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North less 2. assigned to XXVIII
2 Oct 44 X Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North less 2. assigned to L Corps
Oct 44 10 Marder IIs delivered
25 Nov 44 elements attached to 4th Panzer Division, X Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
Jan 45 10 Jagdpanthers on hand, 3./616 attached and 31 Pz IV L/70 (V) issued
Feb 45 disbanded?
FtF: Sep I 39, Tenth Army, Army Group South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 563
FoF: May I 40, Sixth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 563
SE: Jun II 41, 18th Army, Army Group North, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 563

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 583 (Panther)

Apr 45 formed at Fallingbostel by re-designation of schw.H.Pz.Jg.Abt. 683
formation not completed, no Jagdpanthers received
Europa: no counter

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 586 (Panther)
Apr 45 formed at Fallingbostel by re-designation of schw.H.Pz.Jg.Abt. 686
formation not completed, no Jagdpanthers received
Europa: no counter

Panzerjäger-Abteilung 590
2 Oct 43 formed in Italy from Stab/Panzerjäger-Abteilung 190 and 1. - 3./Kommando Sardinien
28 Oct 43 12 heavy AT guns on strength
30 Oct 43 13 guns on hand
31 Oct 43 17 guns on hand
1-9 Nov 43 13 guns on strength
10 Nov 43 15 guns on hand
11, 14 Nov 43 13 guns on hand
18 Nov 43 16 guns on strength
9 Feb 44 I Parachute Corps, 14th Army, Anzio
2 Feb 45 10th Army, Army Group Ligurien
19 Apr 45 LXXIII and LXXVI Corps, 10th Army, Army Group Ligurien
SF: Oct I 43, South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 590

Panzerjäger-Kompanie 601

29 Jan 42 formed by redesignation of 1./Pz.Jg.-Abt. 8
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 assigned to PanzerjŠger-Abt. 521 as its third company. Equipped with four self-propelled 88mm guns and two self-propelled 50mm guns.]
late 42-early 43 redesignated as 3./521

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 605
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 605 (from 1 Apr 40)
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 605 (Sfl.) (from 28 Oct 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK II
16 Oct 39 re-equipped with 8.8cm Flak 18 guns
10 May 40 three companies (@ 4 x 8.8cm Pak)
28 Oct 40 re-equipped with 4.7cm SP guns and redesignated
[Niehorster: 22 Jun 41 Africa Corps]
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 Deutsches Afrika Korps with three companies of Japgpanzer Is and one company equipped with nine self-propelled 76.2mm guns and two self-propelled 75mm guns]
13 Feb 43 disbanded in Africa and redesignated as Stab/ and 2./Panzerjäger-Abteilung 190
May 43 destroyed in Africa
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group North/Fourth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 605
FoF: May I 40, Sixth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 605
WitD: Feb II 41, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 605

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 611
Panzerjäger-Abteilung (Sfl.) 611

27 Aug 39 mobilized in WK II
10 May 40 Second Army Reserves; three companies (@ 12 x 3.7cm Pak)
28 Feb 41 transferred to Army Group B from 1st Army, Army Group D
22 Jun 41 XXXXVII Panzer Corps, Second Panzer Group, Army Group Center (4.7cm SP guns)
29 Sep 41 4th Army, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 2nd Army reserves, Army Group South with two companies each with six Marder IIs and one company of nine Jagdpanzer Is]
Nov-Dec 42 assigned to Kampfgruppe Simons, XXXXVIII Panzerkorps, 6th Army, Army Group B
Jan 43 destroyed at Stalingrad
Aug 43 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 655 redesignated schwere-Panzerjäger-Kompanie 611
Apr 44 schwere-Panzerjäger-Kompanie 611 redesignated 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 655
FtF: Sep I 39, Fourth Army, Army Group North, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 611
FoF: May I 40, Army Group C, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 611
SE: Jun II 41, 2nd Pz Group, Army Group Center, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 611

Panzerjäger-Kompanie 614

15 Dec 44 formed from 2./sPz.Jgr.Abt. 653 with 14 Elefants
30 Dec 44 assigned to 4th Panzer Army, Army Group A
31 Jan 45 4 Elefants remaining, all under repair
Feb-Apr 45 refitting in the Berlin area
22 Apr 45 assigned to Kampfruppe Ritter, but only 2 Elefants operational

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 616
Panzerjäger-Abteilung (Sfl.) 616 (from 1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK XI
10 May 40 Second Army Reserves; self-propelled with three companies @ 9 x 4.7cm PAK(t)
24 Jul 40 assigned to 2nd Army, Army Group C
22 Jun 41 Fourth Panzer Group Reserves, Army Group North (4.7cm SP guns)
29 Sep 41 4th Army, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 3rd Panzer Army reserves, Army Group Center with three companies each with nine Jagdpanzer Is]
21 Jun 43 VII Corps, 2nd Army, Army Group Center, Kursk
[Niehorster: 4 Jul 43 two companies equipped with nine Marder IIs each; third company had 9 Jagdpanzer Is]
Sep 43 6 Marder IIIs delivered
Oct 43 15 Marder IIIs delivered
Nov 43 9 Marder IIIs delivered
May 44 20 Marder IIIs delivered
[Hinze (1): 19 Jul 44 XXIII Corps, 2nd Army, Army Group Center]
Jan 45 3./ attached to sPzj.Abt. 563, received 14 Jagdpanthers
13 Jan 45 1./616 was sent to the Eastern Front
18 Feb 45 3./616 attached to the 131st Infantry Division
[Kliment: total of 4 Marder IIs and 36 Marder IIIs delivered]
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group C/Fifth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 616
FoF: ?
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 616
SE: Jun II 41, Army Group North/4th Pz Group, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 616; Sep I 44: convert to 1x 2-1-10 TD II 616

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 625
Festungs-Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 625 (from 13 Dec 39)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK IX with three companies
13 Dec 39 reorganized with six, later eight companies, and re-designated
6 Jun 40 disbanded
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group C/First Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 625
FoF: ?

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 643
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 643 (1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK XII with three companies
10 May 40 Twelfth Army Reserves; self-propelled with three companies @ 9 x 4.7cm PAK(t)
29 Jul 40 transferred to 2nd Army from 12th Army, Army Group C
22 Jun 41 XXXIX Panzer Corps, Third Panzer Group, Army Group Center (4.7cm SP guns)
17 Jul 41 XXXIX Panzer Corps, 3rd Panzer Group, Army Group Center
29 Sep 41 9th Army, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
26 Mar 42 Stab/ and 2./ to Panzerjäger-Abteilung Gross Deutschland
1 May 42 1./ redesignated 18./Infanterie-Regiment Gross Deutschland 1
3./ redesignated 18./Infanterie-Regiment Gross Deutschland 2
FtF: Sep I 39, Fourteenth Army, Army Group South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 643
FoF: May I 40, Army Group C, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 643
TFH: Sep I 40, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 643
SE: Jun II 41, Army Group Center/3rd Pz Group, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 643; Mar I 42, withdraw

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 645
Festungs-Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 645

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK XIII(?)
Dec 39 reorganized with six companies and re-designated
1 Jun 40 disbanded
FtF: Sep I 39, First Army, Army Group C, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 645
FoF: ?

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 652
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 652 (from 1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK XI
10 May 40 three companies (@ 12 x 3.7cm Pak)
25 Mar 41 transfer from 6th Army, Army Group D to Army Group B completed
22 Jun 41 III Panzer Corps, First Panzer Group, Army Group South (3.7cm guns (1 platoon of 4x 2.8cm sPzB 41))
9 Apr 42 disbanded
FtF: Sep I 39, Tenth Army, Army Group South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 652
FoF: May I 40, Army Group C, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 652
SE: Jun II 41, 1st Pz Group, Army Group South, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 652

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 653 (Tiger)

A fuller history is also available
31 Mar 43 formed at Bruck/Leitha from Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 197 with 44 Ferdinands
5 Jul 43 XXXXI Panzer Corps, 9th Army, Army Group Center as I./656 Panzerjäger Regiment
Aug 43 received 19 Ferdinands from 654 schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 654
25 Aug 43 ordered to for maintenance
1 Sep 43 50 vehicles on hand
11 Sep-13 Oct 43 penny packets deployed to defend bridgeheads at Zaporozhe and Dnepropetrovsk
13 Nov 43 transferred to Nikopol Bridgehead
29 Nov 43 4 Ferdinands combat-ready, 8 in short-term maintenance, 30 in long-term maintenance, 4 total losses
21 Dec 43-10 Jan 44 transferred to St. Valentin and Vienna for total rebuilding
1 Feb 44 1./ ordered to Anzio with only 11 Ferdinands
29 Feb 44 11 Ferdinands in maintenance in 1.
31 Mar 44 9 Ferdinands operational in 1., two total losses
2 Apr 44 2. and 3. entrained for Russia with 30 Ferdinands
6 Apr 44 2. and 3. assigned to XXIV Panzer Corps, Army Group North Ukraine, Tarnopol relief force
28 May 44 5 Elefants operational in 1.
Jun 44 4 Elefants delivered to main body in Galicia
1 Jul 44 34 Elefants on hand in Galicia
31 Jul 44 19 Elefants lost during the retreat in Galicia during July
1 Aug 44 only 12 Elefants operational in Galicia
Aug-Sep 44 main body refitting in Krakow
6 Aug 44 1./ arrives in Vienna with only 3 Elefants
Sep 44 bulk of battalion begins training on Jagdtigers in Austria
19 Sep 44 2./ assigned to 17th Army, Army Group A with 14 Elefants
Oct 44 2./ reformed from 7th Panzerjäger-Ersatz und Ausbildung Abteilung
15 Oct 44 2./ assigned to 4th Panzer Army
7 Dec 44 1./ sends 7 Jagdtigers to Fifth Panzer Army, but transportation delays and maintenance problems prevent any use during the Ardennes attack. Battalion diverted to First Army for “Nordwind”
15 Dec 44 2./ redesignated as 614 Heeres s.Pz.Jgr.Kp.
1 Jan 45 two serviceable Jagdtigers of 3./ attached to 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division, XIII SS-Corps, 1st Army, Army Group G
4 Jan 45 4 more Jagtigers from 1./ arrived, one is a total loss from an ammo explosion when struck by a bazooka
22 Jan 45 battalion scattered hither and yon through southeastern Germany with 26 operational vehicles, 3 each in short and long-term maintenance
23 Jan 45 2./ arrives on the front
5 Feb 45 assembling in the Landau area; 23 operational Jagdtigers, 9 each in short and long-term maintenance
10 Mar 45 in reserve in the Hagenauer Forest with 41 Jagdtigers
18 Mar 45 7 vehicles lost during the retreat from the Hagenauer area
30 Mar 45 6 Jagtigers lost since 25 March with only one replacement. 6 Jagtigers operational, 12 in short-term and 10 in long-term maintenance. 1 ready for pick-up at the maintenance unit
11 Apr 45 ordered to the Salzburg area to pick up vehicles directly from the depot and facilitate repair of existing vehicles
15 Apr 45 5 operational vehicles, 6 each in short and long-term maintenance
2 May 45 assigned to Army Group South and ordered to Linz
SE: May I 43, 1x 2-8 TD II 653; Dec I 43, withdraw
SF: Jan I 44, arrives South, 1x 2-8 TD II 653; Nov I 44, transfer to West

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung (mot.) 654
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 654 (from 1 Apr 40)
schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 654 (Panther) (from Sep 44 )

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK X
10 May 40 attached to 4th Panzer Division with three companies (@ 12 x 3.7cm Pak)
24 Jul 40 transferred to 18th Army, from 2nd Army, Army Group C
22 Jun 41 XI Corps, Second Panzer Group, Army Group Center (3.7cm guns (1 platoon of 4x 2.8cm sPzB 41))
Mid-Aug 41, XII. Panzer Corps, 2nd Army, Army Group Center
29 Sep 41 2nd Army, Army Group Center, Operation Typhoon
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 2nd Army reserves, Army Group South with two companies each with twelve Pak 40s and one company of twelve Pak 97/38 (f) guns]
Dec 42 elements attached to 298th Infantry Division, II Italian Corps, 8th Italian Army
1 Apr 43 schwere-Panzerjäger-Kompanie 518 and 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 168 incorporated into unit
mid-Apr 43 training in Rouen, France with Ferdinands under 15th Army
8 Jun 43 redesignated II./Panzerjäger-Regiment 656
16 Jun 43 begins transfer to Russia
Aug 43 turned over all surviving Ferdinands to I./PJR 656 and transferred to France without equipment
1 Sep 43 redesignated Panzerjäger-Abteilung 654
28 Apr 44 8 Jagdpanthers arrive in Mailly-le-Camp
14 Jun 44 17 more Jagdpanthers dispatched
27-29 Jun 44 one company with 8 Jagdpanthers attached to Panzer Lehr Division
18 Jul 44 2./ assigned to XXXXVII Panzer Corps
28 Jul 44 3./ arrived sometime prior; 21 Jagdpanthers operational, 3 in short-term repair, 1 in long-term repair
31 Jul 44 8 Jagdpanthers issued
1 Aug 44 8 operational Jagdpanthers, 13 in short-term repair, and 3 in long-term repair; 1./ remained in Mailly-le-Camp
10 Aug 44 1./ recommended to be sent to Normandy
14 Aug 44 8 more Jagdpanthers dispatched
Sep 44 rebuilt at Grafenwöhr
Oct 44 6 Jagdpanthers issued
Nov 44 6 Jagdpanthers and 28 Pz IV L/70 (V) issued
Dec 44 20 Jagdpanthers and 3 Pz IV L/70 (V) issued
4 Dec 44 19th Army, Army Group G
Jan 45 10 Jagdpanthers issued
1 Jan 45 First Army, assigned to Army Group G for “Nordwind”
Feb 45 6 Jagdpanthers issued
21 Mar 45 assigned to LIII Corps, 15th Army, Army Group B, Remagen sector
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group South/Eighth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 654
FoF: May I 40, Sixth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 654
SE: Jun II 41, 2nd Pz Group, Army Group Center, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 654; Jun I 43: convert to 1x 2-8 TD II 654; May I 44, withdraw
SF: Sep I 44, convert to 1x 3-8 TD II 654

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 655 (Panther)

15 Apr 43 formed in WK III as headquarters for Pz.Jg.-Kp. 521, 611, 670
Apr 43 12(?) Nashorns issued
May 43 10 Nashorns issued
Jul 43 8 Nashorns issued
1 Sep 43 XXVII Corps, 4th Army, Army Group Center with 40 Nashorns on hand; Pz.Jg.Kp. 521 resting near Minsk
1 Oct 43 XXXIX Panzer Corps, 4th Army, Army Group Center
Oct 43 5 Nashorns issued
Nov 43 5 Nashorns issued
Nov 43 elements assigned to LVI Panzer Corps, 2nd Army, Army Group Center
7-24 Dec 43 1. and 2. assigned to LVI Panzer Corps, 9th Army, Army Group Center, Operation Nikolas with 15 Nashorn
Dec 43 5 Nashorns issued
Mar 44 10 Nashorns issued
2 Apr 44 companies redesignated 1., 2., 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 655
13 Sep 44 reorganized at Mielau with two StuG companies (1., 3.) and one Jagdpanther company (2.)
Nov 44 5 Jagdpanthers issued
Dec 44 9 Jagdpanthers issued
Jan 45 10 Jagdpanthers issued
1945 3./ redesignated schwere Panzerjäger-Kompanie 669
2 Mar 45 Division Bayerlein, 15th Army, Army Group B
Apr 45 11 Jagdpanthers issued
SE: May I 43, East, 1x 1-2-10 mot AT II 655; Sep I 44: withdraw
SF: Oct I 44: West arrive, 1x 1-2-10 mot AT II 655; convert to 1x 3-8 TD II 655

Panzerjäger-Regiment 656

8 Jun 43 formed from Stab/Pz.Rgt. 35 (4. Panzer-Division) with Pz.Jg.Abt. 654 as I./, Pz.Jg.Abt. 654 as II./ and Sturm-Panzer-Abt. 216 as III./
1 Sep 43 battalions restored to former designation
Summer 44 Stab incorporated in Stab/Panzer-Brigade 101
Europa: optional 4-8 TD III 656

Panzerjäger-Abteilung 657
schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 657 (8.8 cm) (Nov 44)

Nov 43 formed by OB West in the Netherlands as headquarters for Pz.Jag.Kpn. 612, 613 and Pz.Kp. 224
18 May 44 transferred to Breda
1 Jun 44 strength of 602 men and equipped with 13 combat-ready Char B tanks and 4 more in maintenance as well as
Two Somua tanks
Six 47mm (t) Panzerjäger I Nine 75mm Pak 40
Six 50mm Pak 38
Six 88mm Pak 43/41
11 Jun 44 left for Normandy (without Char B and Somua tanks?)
24 Jun 44 deployed in St. Lô area
27 Jun 44 15 more Pak 40s enroute
14 Oct 44 remnants disbanded
Nov 44 reformed by redesignation of schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 684 with 88mm guns
16 Dec 44 attached to 212 Volksgrenadier Division, LXXX Corps, Seventh Army, Army Group B
SF: Nov I 43, West, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 657

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 661 (8.8cm)

Jul 43 formed on Eastern Front from Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung A
19 Feb 45 disbanded at Bergen, WK XI, and used to rebuild Pz.Jg.Abt. 682, 683, 686
SE: Jul I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 661

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 662 (8.8cm)

19 Jul 43 formed in Southern Russia by First Panzer Army from Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung B (originally formed 5 Jun 43 from 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 162, 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 57, 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 255)
5 Jan 44 assigned to LII Corps, 8th Army, Army Group South, Kirovograd less 2./
10 Dec 44 attached to 3rd Parachute Division, LXXXI Corps, 15th Army, Army Group B, with 24x 88mm guns operational, 2 in short-term and 1 in long-term maintenance
14 Dec 44 LXXXI Corps, 15th Army, Army Group B, Düren bridgehead
SE: Aug I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 662

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 663 (8.8 cm)

Jul 43 formed on Eastern Front from Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung C (?)
1 Jul 43 assigned to XXXXII Corps, Army Detachment Kempf, Army Group South
23 Nov 43 elements attached to 76. Inf.Div., LII Corps, 1st Panzer Army, Army Group South
SE: Jul I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 663

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 664 (8.8 cm)

1 Aug 43 formed on Eastern Front by Third Panzer Army from Stab, 1., 3./ Pz.Jg.Abt. 291 and 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 263
15 Jul 44 Third Panzer Army, Army Group Center (to be rebuilt)
2 Feb 45 Stab and one company with 12x 88mm guns attached to 4th Panzer Division, West Prussia
28 Feb 45 XXXXVI Panzer Corps, 2nd Army, Army Group Vistula
SE: Aug I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 664

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 665 (8.8 cm)

19 Jul 43 formed on Eastern Front by Second Panzer Army (originally formed as Arbeitsstab of Panzerjäger-Abteilung 2 z.b.V., 23 Jun 43
2 Nov 43 Stab redesignated as Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 321; companies to Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abt. 743
SE: Aug I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 665

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 666 (8.8 cm)

19 Jul 43 formed on Eastern Front by Army Group North
10 Nov 43 elements attached to 58th Infantry Division, L. Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
16 Jan 44 assigned to XXXXIII Corps, 16th Army, Army Group North without 1./
1./ assigned to VIII Corps, 16th Army, Army Group North
Sep 44 Gruppe Kleffel, Army Detachment Grasser, Army Group North
7 May 45 18th Army, Army Group Kurland with 88mm guns
SE: Aug I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 666

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 667 (8.8 cm)

19 Jul 43 formed on Eastern Front by Eighteenth Army, Army Group North from Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 132, 1./ from Schnelle-Abt. 161, 2./ from 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 158 (Jul 43 - May 44), 3./ from Pz.Jg.Abt. 132
16 Jan 44 assigned to L Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
Sep 44 Gruppe Kleffel, Army Detachment Grasser, Army Group North
7 May 45 18th Army, Army Group Kurland with 88mm guns
SE: Aug I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 667

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 668 (8.8 cm)

23 Dec 43 formed by OB West (effective 30 Nov 43)
18 May 44 deployed near Zeebrügge, Belgium
1 Jun-1 Jul 44 681 men on hand and 36 Pak 43/41
28 Jul 44 ordered to Normandy
4 Aug 44 arrived in II SS-Panzer Corps area
Nov 44 officially disbanded
Nov 44 reformed by redesignation of schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 685
16 Dec 44 LXXXV Corps, Seventh Army, Army Group B with 21 88mm guns
SF: Jan I 44, West, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 668

schwere Panzerjäger-Kompanie 669

early 45 formed by redesignation of 3./schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 655
Jan 45 4 Nashorns issued
Feb 45 13 Nashorns issued

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 670 (mot.)
Panzerjäger-Abteilung 670 (from 1 Apr 40)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK VII
10 May 40 I Corps; self-propelled with three companies @ 9 x 4.7cm PAK(t)
12 May 40 1./ redesignated 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 33 and replaced
26 Feb 41 transferred from 6th Army, Army Group D
3 Mar 41 arrive in 17th Army area
8 May 41 assigned to Abschnittsstab Staufen, Abschittstab Winter, Poland
22 Jun 41 First Panzer Group Reserves, Army Group South (4.7cm SP guns)
re-equipped with 7.62cm SP guns
Nov 41 1st Panzer Group, Army Group South, Rostov
5-8 Dec 41 2./ attached to LSSAH Brigade, III Panzer Corps, 1st Panzer Group, Army Group South
[Niehorster: 28 Jun 42 XXXX Panzer Corps, 6th Army, Army Group South with two companies each with six Marder IIs and one company of nine Jagdpanzer Is]
Jan 43 destroyed at Stalingrad
summer 43 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 655 redesignated schwere Panzerjäger-Kompanie 670
fall 43 schwere Panzerjäger-Kompanie 670 redesignated 3./Pz.Jag.Abt. 655
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group South Reserves, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 670
FoF: May I 40, Sixth Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 670
SE: Jun II 41, Army Group South/1st Pz Group, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 670

Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 672
Festungs-Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 672 (from 4 Dec 39)

26 Aug 39 mobilized in WK IX(?)
4 Dec 39 reorganized with four companies and redesignated
1 Jun 40 disbanded
FtF: Sep I 39, Army Group C/First Army, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 672
FoF: ?

schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 673 (Panther)

Feb 45 formed by reorganization and redesignation of Sturmgeschütz-Abt. 200
Doesn't appear to have received any Jagdpanthers or Jagdpanzer IVs
SF: Feb I 45, West arrive, 1x 3-8 TD II 673

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 681 (8.8cm)

15 Sep 44 formed in WK XXI
4 Dec 44 LXXXII Corps, 1st Army, Army Group G
Feb 45 rebuilt at Spremberg
14 Feb 45 attached to Division Dirlewanger
1 Mar 45 assigned to Division Dirlewanger
SF: Sep I 44, Germany, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 681

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 682 (8.8 cm)

15 Sep 44 formed in WK XXI
Dec 44 LXXXI Corps, Fifteenth Army, Army Group B

Repair
Date88mm Pak 43TotalReadyShort-termLong-TermLost
10-Dec-4488mm Pak 43272421
11-Dec-4488mm Pak 43272511
12-Dec-4488mm Pak 432725
2
13-Dec-4488mm Pak 432322
14
14-Dec-4488mm Pak 431916124
15-Dec-4488mm Pak 431714
32
16-Dec-4488mm Pak 431714
3
18-Dec-4488mm Pak 43136334
19-Dec-4488mm Pak 4313535
20-Dec-4488mm Pak 4313634
22-Dec-4488mm Pak 4313832
23-Dec-4488mm Pak 4313823
24-Dec-4488mm Pak 4313823
25-Dec-4488mm Pak 4313823
26-Dec-4488mm Pak 4313832
27-Dec-4488mm Pak 431311
2
28-Dec-4488mm Pak 431210111?
29-Dec-4488mm Pak 431211
1
30-Dec-4488mm Pak 431211
1

Feb 45 rebuilt at Bergen bei Celle, WK XI
SF: Sep I 44, Germany, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 682

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 683 (8.8 cm)

8 Sep 44 formed in WK X
16 Dec 44 LXVII Corps, Sixth Panzer Army, Army Group B with 21 88mm guns
Feb 45 rebuilt at Bergen bei Celle - WK XI
SF: 1x 1-10 mot AT II 683, Sep I 44 , Germany

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 684 (8.8 cm)

Oct 44 formed in WK III
Nov 44 redesignated as schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 657
24 Nov 44 transferred to West
SF: Oct I 44, Germany, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 684; Nov I 44, transfer to West

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 685 (8.8 cm)

Oct 44 formed in WK III
Nov 44 redesignated as schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 668
24 Nov 44 transferred to West
SF: Oct I 44, Germany, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 685; Nov I 44, transfer to West

schwere Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 686 (8.8 cm)

Nov 44 formed in WK VIII
Feb 45 rebuilt at Bergen bei Celle - WK XI
SF: Oct I 44, Germany, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 686; Nov I 44, transfer to West

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 721

Jan 44 formed in Southern Russia by First Panzer Army with two companies from Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 173, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 125, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 198
late 45 2./ redesignated Panzerjäger-Kompanie 661 at Milowitz bei Prag by 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 9
SE: Dec I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 721

Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 731

2 Nov 43 formed in Russia by Army Group North with three companies from
Stab, 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 255, 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 188, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 175
Nov 43 5 Marder IIIs delivered
Dec 43 19 Marder IIIs delivered
May 44 Army Group North
[Hinze (1): 1 Jul 44 Gruppe Harteneck, 2nd Army, Army Group Center]
Jul 44 49 Hetzers issued
2 Sep 44 Gruppe Gen Kleffel, 16th Army, Army Group North less 1. with XXXXIII Corps
Nov 44 20 Hetzers issued
7 May 45 18th Army, Army Group Kurland
[Kliment: total of 71 Marder IIIs delivered]
SE: Nov I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 731; Sep I 44, convert to 1x 2-1-10 TD II 731

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 741
Heeres-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 741

1 Oct 43 formed in Russia by Fourth Army, Army Group Center from Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 1 (originally formed 30 Jul 43 from Stab, 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 131, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 14) (Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 152?)
Oct 43 14 Marder IIIs delivered
Apr 44 12 Marder IIIs delivered
PJA563=10 PJA742=5 PJA743=22 PJA744=11 Jun 44 decimated at Minsk
25 Jul 44 rebuilt at Mielau (without 2./, redesignated Pz.Jagd.Kp. 1183)
Sep 44 45 Hetzers issued
Nov 44 12 Hetzers issued
4 Dec 44 LXXXI Corps, Gruppe v. Manteuffel, Army Group B
16 Dec 44 assigned to Sixth Panzer Army, Army Group B
22 Dec 44 28 Hetzers on hand
SE: Oct I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 741; Aug I 44, remove from replacement pool
SF: Aug I 44, 1x 2-1-10 TD II 741, Germany; Sep I 44, transfer to West

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 742

1 Oct 43 formed in Russia by Third Panzer Army, Army Group Center with companies from Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 35 (Nov 43 ?), 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 256, 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 113, 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 152, 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 246
Apr 44 reorganized with three companies (4./ redesignated as 1./), 5 Marder IIIs delivered
Jun 44 destroyed at Orscha
SE: Oct I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 742

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 743

3 Nov 43 formed in Russia by Ninth Army, Army Group Center, from Stab, 1., 2., 3./Pz.Jg.Abt. 36 and remnants of Pz.Jg.Abt. 321
28 Feb 44 1./ with 6x 75mm Pak 40 (mot. Z), XXXXI Panzer Corps, 9th Army, Army Group Center, Bobruisk
Apr 44 22 Marder IIIs delivered
PJA563=10 May 44 9th Army, Army Group Center
Jun 44 destroyed at Bobruisk
15 Jul 44 Second Army, Army Group Center (elements with LV Corps)
Jul 44 45 Hetzers issued
Nov 44 3 Hetzers issued
Feb 45 31 Hetzers issued
SE: Nov I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 743; Sep I 44, convert to 1x 2-1-10 TD II 743

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 744

15 Oct 43 formed in Russia by Second Army, Army Group Center, from Stab, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 137, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 292, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 251
Oct 43 9 Marder IIIs delivered
Apr 44 11 Marder IIIs delivered
[Kliment: total of 38 Marder IIIs delivered]
SE: Nov I 43, 1x 1-10 mot AT II 744

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 751

1 Nov 43 formed in Russia by Sixteenth Army, Army Group North from Stab, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 12, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 32, 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 122
1 Sep 44 3 Pak 40 mounted on RSO
7 May 45 18th Army, Army Group Kurland
SE: Nov I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 751

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 752

1 Oct 43 formed in Russia by Eighteenth Army, Army Group North, from Stab/Schnelle-Abt. 196, 1. from 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 24, 2. from 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 132, 3. from 1./Schnelle-Abt. 196
10 Jan 44 headquarters replaced by Stab/Pz.Jg.Abt. 290
16 Jan 44 III SS-Panzer Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
1 Sep 44 8 Pak 40 mounted on RSO
[Newton: Oct 44 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group North, Courland Pocket]
10 Nov 44 equipped with 3 batteries of 12x 88mm towed AT guns
7 May 45 18th Army, Army Group Kurland
SE: Oct I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 752

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 753

1 Oct 43 formed in Russia by Eighteenth Army, Army Group North from Stab, 1./Schnelle-Abt. 225, 2./Pz.Jg.Abt. 240, 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 169
Jan 44 headquarters replaced by Stab/Schnelle-Abt. 215 and 4./ formed
14 May 44 1./ redesignated 2./225 and 3./ redesignated 2./169 reformed from 1., 2./Panzer-Zerstörer-Abteilung 478
16 Jan 44 assigned to LIV Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North without 2./
2./ assigned to XXVI Corps, 18th Army, Army Group North
2 Sep 44 Gruppe Gen. Kleffel, 16th Army, Army Group North, less 3./ X Corps, 18th Army
[Newton: Oct 44 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group North, Courland Pocket]
7 May 45 18th Army, Army Group Kurland
SE: Oct I 43, 1x 1-8 AT II 753

Armee-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 757

16 Jan 44 assigned to 16th Army, Army Group North without one company
one company assigned to VIII Corps, 16th Army, Army Group North
Existence not confirmed by Tessin

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1037 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
Sep 44 destroyed in France (La Rochelle?)

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1038 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed in WK II with 3 batteries
Aug 44 destroyed in France
28 Oct 44 disbanded

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1039 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed in Germany with 3 batteries of nine 88mm AT guns each, at least partially motorized
9 Jul 44 reached Lisieux, France
18 Jul 44 reached LXXXVI Corps
19 Jul 44 claimed 35 tanks destroyed during operation Goodwood
21 Jul 44 absorbed remnants of Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1053 (bo.)
24 Jul 44 reported 14 combat-ready 88mm guns with one in repair; in addition to 3 75mm guns formerly of Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1053
1 Sep 44 assessed as combat ineffective
10 Sep 44 disbanded

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1040 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries of 3 batteries of nine 88mm AT guns each; only 14 prime movers on hand
14 Jun 44 ordered to the Somme estuary, but diverted
10 Jul 44 arrived in XXXXVII Panzer-Corps area
1 Sep 44 assessed as combat ineffective
10 Sep 44 disbanded

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1041 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries of nine 88mm AT guns each, only 14 prime movers on hand
14 Jun 44 ordered to the 15th Army, but diverted
29 Jun 44 unloaded southeast of Paris
21 Jul 44 attached to 2nd SS-Panzer Division Das Reich with 3 batteries of five guns each
1 Sep 44 assessed as combat ineffective

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1052 (bo.)

15 Aug 44 formed with 3 batteries from remnants of StuG.-Brig. 281
Sep 44 destroyed in France (Lille)
10 Oct 44 disbanded

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1053 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries of nine 75mm AT guns each; only 14 prime movers on hand
6 Jun 44 apparently in 15th Army area
26 Jun 44 arrived in area of 346th Infantry Division
17 Jul 44 16 combat-ready guns; assigned to LXXXVI Corps
21 Jul 44 remnants absorbed by Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1039 (bo.)
10 Oct 44 disbanded

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1054 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
Aug 44 destroyed in Romania
20 Oct 44 disbanded

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1056 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
Aug 44 destroyed in Romania

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1057 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
[Hinze (1): 16 Jul 44 Kampgruppe Weidling, 4th Army, Army Group Center]
late 1944-45 4th Army, Poland, East Prussia

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1058 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
[Hinze (1): 19 Jul 44 2nd Army, Army Group Center]
26 Jul 44 disbanded

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1059 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
[Hinze (1): 16 Jul 44 4th Army, Army Group Center]
17 Jul 44 attached to 4th Panzer Division, Gruppe Harteneck, 2nd Army, Army Group Center

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1060 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
[Hinze (1): 16 Jul 44 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group Center]
Jul 44 destroyed
17 Aug 44 disbanded, Stab and remnants to Fest.Art.Abt. 1047

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1061 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
[Hinze (1): 21 Jul 44 Gruppe Reichert, XXIII Corps, 2nd Army, Army Group Center]
End 1944 redesignated as Heeres-Artillerie-Abt. 1064
late 1944-45 Poland, Danzig

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1062 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries
[Hinze (1): 19 Jul 44 2nd Army, Army Group Center]
late 1944 2nd Army Poland, West Prussia
End 1944 redesignated as Heeres-Artillerie-Abt. 1062

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1063 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries in WK II
late 1944 4th Army, East Prussia
End 1944 redesignated as Heeres-Artillerie-Abt. 1063

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1064 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries in WK II
Aug 1944 Army Group Center, Wirballen
End 1944 redesignated as Heeres-Artillerie-Abt. 1064

Artillerie-Pak-Abt. 1065 (bo.)

Jun 44 formed with 3 batteries in WK II
Oct 1944 Lithuania
End 1944 redesignated as Heeres-Artillerie-Abt. 1065

Waffen-SS Panzerjäger Units

SS-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 509

24 Sep 44 formed by redesignation of SS-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 13 with 3 companies, one each of Pak, StuG, and Flak, when its parent division was disbanded
late 44-45 IX SS-Mountain Corps, the Balkans and Hungary
Feb 45 Destroyed in Budapest

SS-Jagdpanzer-Abteilung 560 z.b.V.

Mar? 45 formed with 3 companies of Hetzers and 1 company of Sturmgeschütze IIIs; possibly partly formed from SS-Panzer-Kompanie "Bad Saarow" and a Kp. from SS-PzJg.-Abt. 27
Apr 45 a company of "Begleit" infantry from SS-Fallschirmjägerbataillon 600 attached, assigned to Kampfgruppe 1001 Nachte, CI Corps, 3rd Panzer Army, Army Group Vistula
8 Apr 45 37 Hetzers serviceable, one in short-term and 6 long-term repair; 6 StuG III operational with 2 more in long-term repair
1 May 45 XXVII Corps, north of Berlin

SS-Jagdpanzer-Abteilung 561 z.b.V.

16 Apr 45 equipped with Hetzers, assigned to V SS-Mountain Corps, 9th Army, Army Group Vistula

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