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Question about naming: was the word 'Soviet' in it? I have a Polish force which gives names that translate as 'Group of Forces in Germany' and 'Group of Occupation Forces in Germany', without the word Soviet; the word Soviet seems to be also missing from the names of 'Western Group of Forces', Southern Group of Forces, Northern Group of Forces and Central Group of Forces...-- Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus | talk  05:00, 28 March 2007 (UTC)

9.7. 1945 was created “Group of Soviet occupational forces in Germany”. The headquarter of this group was created in Potsdam from headquarter of 1.belorussian front and consist from:

  • 1. guard tank army (headquarter Dresden)
    • 8. guard mech. corps
    • 11. guard tank corps
  • 2. guard tank army (headquarter Fürstenberg)
    • 1. mech. corps
    • 9. guard tank corps
    • 12. guard tank corps
  • 4. guard tank army (headquarter Eberswalde)
    • 5. guard mech. corps
    • 6. guard mech. corps
    • 10. guard tank corps
  • 2. shock army (headquarter Schwerin)
    • 109. rifle corps (46., 90., 372. rifle division)
    • 116. rifle corps (86., 321., 326. rifle division)
  • 3. shock army (headquarter Stendal)
    • 7. rifle corps (146., 265., 364th rifle divisions)
    • 12. guard rifle corps (23. guard, 52. guard, 33. rifle division)
    • 79. rifle corps (150., 171., 207. rifle division)
    • 9. tank corps
  • 5. shock army (headquarter Berlin)
    • 9. rifle corps (248., 301. rifle division)
    • 26. guard rifle corps (89. guard, 94. guard, 266. rifle division)
    • 32. rifle corps (60. guard, 295., 416. rifle division)
    • 230. rifle division
    • three independent tank brigades
  • 8. guard army (headquarter Weimar)
    • 4. guard rifle corps (35., 47., 57. guard rifle division)
    • 28. guard rifle corps (39., 79., 88. guard rifle division)
    • 29. guard rifle corps (27., 74., 82. guard rifle division)
    • 11. tank corps
  • 47. army (headquarter Halle)
    • 77. rifle corps (185., 260., 328. rifle division)
    • 125. rifle corps (60., 76., 175. rifle division)
    • 129. rifle corps (82., 132., 143. rifle division)
  • 1. guard tank corps
  • 25. tank corps

From Axis History Forum - to be incorporated into article as structure in 45. Buckshot06 15:24, 8 April 2007 (UTC)

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