The 267th Infantry Division (German: 267. Infanterie-Division) was a Germandivision in World War II. It was formed on 26 August 1939 in Hanover. Called the 'Horsehead' divisions because of it's emblem, after it was mobilised in August 1939 it was posted to the Westwall. It took part in the invasion of France in 1940, advancing through Belgium. From July 1940 to May 1941, it was responsible for guarding a part of the English Channel coast. In June 1941 it was a part of Operation Barbarosa, as part of Army Group Centre. It remained with this Army Group until it was encircled in July 1944. Shortly afterwards it was officialy dissolved.