SergioDV wrote:What do you mean for "a part"? Coys, battalions?
From the 6 Rifle Division: 84 Rifle Regiment (-2 battalions), 125 Rifle Regiment, 333 Rifle Regiment, 98 AT Artillery Battalion
from the 42 Rifle Division: 2 battalion of the 44 Rifle Regiment, one battalion of the 455 Rifle Regiment, 393 AA Artillery Battalion.
Also a military hospital (No.2396).
This scheme might be helpful:http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... post-1.jpg
So, NKVD soldiers came from 17th NKVD Guard Detachment and 132rd NKVD Convoy Battalion.
132 Battalion - up to 100 men
17th Detachment had a transport company and an engineer platoon plus temporary courses, about 200 men. In addition there was a district school for drivers of unknown strength.
In all the garrison had some 10 thousands men. It's a common knowledge, but it is worth to add that the fortress itself was of little defensive value and was used as a barrack/dump area. In case of war the most part of the garrison was supposed to leave the fortress and occupy positions along Bug north and south of it.