338th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

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338th Infantry Division
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338. Infanterie Division Vehicle Insignia
Active 1944
Country  Nazi Germany
Type Infantry
Size Division

World War II

The 338th Infantry Division (German: 338. Infanterie-Division) was a division of the German Army in World War II.

In 1944, the division was in southern France, and fought against the Western Allies in Operation Dragoon.

Order of Battle 1944[edit]

  • 757th Fortress Grenadier Regiment (two battalions)
  • 758th Fortress Grenadier Regiment (two battalions)
  • 759th Fortress Grenadier Regiment (two battalions)
  • 338th Artillery Regiment (three battalions)
  • 338th Panzerjäger Battalion
  • 338th Reconnaissance Battalion
  • 338th Pioneer Battalion
  • 338th Signals Battalion[1]


  1. ^ "German Forces in the West" (PDF). cgsc.edu. Retrieved 24 October 2011.