179th Reserve Panzer Division (Wehrmacht)
|179th Reserve Panzer Division|
|Generalleutnant Walter von Boltenstern|
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 when it was disbanded and absorbed by the 116th Panzer Division.
- Generalleutnant Walter von Boltenstern (30 July-10 May)
Order of battle
- Reserve-Panzer-Abteilung I (Reserve Armoured Unit I)
- Reserve-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 81 (Reserve Armoured Infantry Regiment 81)
- Reserve-Grenadier-Regiment (mot.) 29 (Reserve Grenadier Regiment (mechanised) 29)
- Reserve-Artillerie-Abteilung 29 (Reserve Artillery Unit 29)
- Reserve-Panzeraufklärungs-Abteilung 1 (Reserve Armoured Reconnaissance Unit 1)
- Reserve-Panzerjäger-Abteilung 9 (Reserve Tank Destroyer Unit 9)
- Reserve-Panzerversorgungstruppen (Reserve armoured supply units)
- Microfilm Publication A-3356, German Officer Personnel files, NARA
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- Keilig, Wolf. Die Generale des Heeres (in German).
- Kursietis, Andris. Die Wehrmacht at War 1939-1945.
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