Panzer Division Kempf
The East Prussia Panzer Unit (Panzerverband Ostpreußen) was an ad hoc combined arms unit created for operations out of East Prussia during the Invasion of Poland in 1939. It was generally called Panzer Division Kempf after General Werner Kempf assumed command, though it was only about half the strength of the other panzer divisions of the time.
 See also
- Division (military), Military unit
- Heer, Waffen-SS, Wehrmacht, List of German divisions in World War II
- Panzer, Panzer division
- Parada, George. "Panzer Divisions 1935-1939". Retrieved April 5, 2005.
- Reinbold, Dan. "Panzer Division Kempf and the Buildup". Retrieved April 5, 2005.
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