Thank you, I truly must have overlooked them. I would like to note, however, that the 413rd was a war-raised divisision.21st Rifle Division (transferred to 7th Army facing the Finns in Sept 1941)
26th Rifle Division (transferred to 11th Army in Northwestern Front in Sept 1941)
32nd Rifle Division (transferred to Stavka Reserve 4th Army in Sept 1941)
78th Rifle Division (transferred to Western Front in Oct 1941)
413th Rifle Division (transferred to 50th Army in Bryansk Front in Oct 1941)
239th Rifle Division (transferred to 10th Army in Nov 1941)
But the list would mean, that only 4 out of 17 rifle divisions were transfered to the West, leaving 13.
From the "fast divisions" these were in the Far Eastern Front 1941:
- 58th Tank Division to the West in October
- 59th Tank Division to the West in June
- 69th Tank Division (strangely, no mention found on the eng or rus wiki about it, probably an error on Niehorster's part, since he shows a 69th motorised Division too, and that went to the West in July)
- 239th motorised Division to the West in November
- 8th Cavalry Division to the West in February 1943
That would mean, the soviets still had 13 rifle, and one Cavalry division in the Far Eastern Front, plus 11 Fortified regions, probably up to 4 Rifle Brigades and odds and Ends.
if we count the Transbaikal MD too:
65th RD was sent West in October and fought at Thikvin
93rd RD in October to Moscow
114th RD in July to the Urals, in October against the Finns
57th TD was en route to the West in June
82nd motRD to the West in October (Moscow)
94th RD never left the East
61st TD never left the East
36th motRD never left the East
57th motRD never left the East
By far enough to thwart any possible Japanese excursion in Late 1941 (much more, than the 10-12 Divisions, the Japanese sent to conquer the South would not be in the North either), and we are not even speaking about a "2nd Phase" in late 1942 - since not much (if any) Japanese troops would be there to invade the SU...
Not counting other soviet units that could be (or were) raised locally.