German 9. Armee (9th Army) during the Soviet Berlin Offensive


German 9. Armee (9th Army) during the Soviet Berlin Offensive and its encirclement in the Halbe Pocket
Commanded by General der Infanterie Theodor Busse

The following is an Order Of Battle of the divisions and independent units in the 9. Armee during the Soviet Belin Offensive as it defended the Oder River and its eventual encirclement in the halbe Pocket and following breakout attempts to the west. 

Units with more information available will have a link to another article. 

Army Troops     

156. Infanteriedivision

541. Volksgrenadierdivision

404. Volksartilleriekorps

406. Volksartilleriekorps

408. Volksartilleriekorps

CI Corps
(General der Artillerie Wilhelm Berlin/Generalleutnant Friedrich Sixt)

5. Jägerdivision

606. Infanteriedivision

309. ‘Berlin’ Infanteriedivision

25. Panzergrenadierdivision

Sturmartillerie-Lehr-Brigade 111

Kampfgruppe ‘1001 Nights’

LVI Panzer Corps
(General der Artillerie Helmuth Weidling) (In Berlin)

9. Fallschirmjägerdivision 

20. Panzergrenadierdivision 

Panzerdivision Müncheberg

Sturmgeschütz-Lehr-Brigade 920


XI SS Panzer Corps
(General der Waffen-SS Mathias Kleinheisterkamp)

303. ‘Döberitz’ Infanteriedivision

169. Infanteriedivision

712. Infanteriedivision

‘Kurmark’ Panzergrenadierdivision

502. Schwere SS-Panzer-Abteilung

Frankfurt an der Oder Garrison
(Generalmajor Ernst Biehler)

V SS Mountain Corps
(SS-Obergruppenführer Friedrich Jackeln)

286. Infanteriedivision

32. SS-Volksgrenadierdivision ’30. Januar’

391. Sicherungsdivision z.b.V.

561. SS-Panzerjäger-Abteilung

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Last Updated On Thursday, September 10, 2015 by Wayne at Battlefront