9th Flak Division
|9th Flak Division|
|Active||January 1941 - May 1945|
|General Wolfgang Pickert|
The 9th Flak Division was a division of the Luftwaffe created in western France in January 1941. It served on the Eastern Front before being surrounded in Stalingrad in November 1942 and destroyed. The division was reformed in February 1943 in the before Kuban Peninsula, and spent the remainder of the war on the Eastern Front.
Order of battle
The Division consisted of the following units at Stalingrad, under the command of Wolfgang Pickert:
- 37th Motorised Flak Regiment
- 91st Motorised Flak Regiment
- 104th Motorised Flak Regiment
- 129th Motorised Signals Battalion
- Horst Boog; Gerhard Krebs; Detlef Vogel (4 May 2006). Germany and the Second World War: Volume VII: The Strategic Air War in Europe and the War in the West and East Asia, 1943-1944/5. Clarendon Press. pp. 223–. ISBN 978-0-19-822889-9.
- Samuel W. Mitcham (2007). German Order of Battle: 291st-999th Infantry divisions, named infantry divisions, and special divisions in World War II. Stackpole Books. pp. 207–. ISBN 978-0-8117-3437-0.