Mark, I was aware of the numbers and I have obtained, via some very generous gentlemen on this site, a number of German archives. Still, the figures are incomplete, as evidenced by the fact that they do not agree with J Keenan's list. In case you doubt the accuracy of J Keenan's list here a bit:MarkN wrote: There is a 16 page report dated 30 April 1941 of LSSAH operations 6-29 April 1941, Anlagen 97a zum KTB 2, XXXX.AK. It records for...
... 10-13 April ...
Gefallen: 1 Fuhrer (Witt), 4 Unterofficier & 32 Mannshaften
Verwundert: 3 Fuhrer, 14 Unterofficier & 81 Mannshaften
Vermisst: 2 Mannshaften
Gefangene: 480 Englander (sic) & 120 Griechen
... 14 April ...
Gefallen: 1 Fuhrer (Schroeder) & 6 Mannshaften
Verwundert: 1 Fuhrer, 3 Unterofficier & 14 Mannshaften
Gefangene: 1 Rgt.Kdr., 2 Btl Kde., 16 Officiere und uber 600 Mannshaften
... 15 April ...
Gefallen: 4 Mannshaften
Verwundert: 6 Mannshaften
Gefangene: uber 12,000
I have explained earlier in this thread that from 12 to 15 April a number of engagements were fought between Greeks and Germans. The Greek forces were defeated in all of them. The last of them - or at least the last of any significance- was the battle fought on 15 April south of lake Kastoria, were a forward detachment formed around battalion I/23 (from the 13th division retreating from Albania), supported by a fair amount of artillery (IIRC some 36 tubes) attempted to block the westward advance of the LSSAH. During that engagement LSSAH commited initially its Aufklarungsabteilung, and later its artillery regiment and its IIIrd battalion to the left of the Aufklarungabteilung. Late in the battle the II/LSSAH also joined, although I'm not sure it really saw action. Greek resistance was broken after a day's worth of battle. The Geeek I/23 reported its losses as 160 killed and wounded, and this figure does not include the other units involved. In Greek sources the battle is described as a hefty one and at the very least the Greek artillery lobbed a fair amount of shells on the Germans, both their artillery and their infantry. At least one "tank" was claimed destroyed (probably some armoured reconnaisance vehicle of the AA).
If you compare the list you give (4 killed and 6 wounded) for that day with J Keenan's you see:
three killed and one dead of wounds from the Aufklarungsabteilung (sidenote: there's always the case that a DOW could have been wounded on another day):
three killed from III battalion, all from 13th company:j keenan wrote: Kinser, Günther, d.o.b. 28.6.20-15.4.41, 3/AA1, SS-Strm.
Zimmermann, Horst, d.o.b. 10.12.21-15.4.41, 3/AA1, S-Strm.
Lölgen, Johannes, d.o.b. 9.8.20-15.4.41, 4/AA1, SS-Uscha.
Berger, Alois, d.o.b. 21.12.21, Died of wounds 15.4.41, 2/AA1, SS-Mann
four killed from the artillery regiment:j keenan wrote: Krüger, Erich, d.o.b. 21.6.21-15.4.41, 13/LAH, SS-Strm.
Fiedler, Erhard, d.o.b. 9.11.21-15.4.41, 13/LAH, SS-Strm.
Uelze, Fritz, d.o.b. 1.2.21-15.4.41, 13/LAH, SS-Mann
Three died of wounds, although possibly not from wounds sustained on that day:j keenan wrote: Peitsch, Paul, d.o.b. 15.9.20-15.4.41, 4/Art.Rgt.1, SS-Strm.
Schenderlein, Günther, d.o.b. 20.10.21-15.4.41, 5/Art.Rgt.1, SS-Mann
Ulc, Werner, d.o.b. 15.7.22-15.4.41, 5/Art.Rgt.1, SS-Mann
Wenhart, Josef, d.o.b. 5.9.15-15.4.41, 2/Art.Rgt.1, SS-Uscha.
j keenan wrote: Lietz, Arthur, d.o.b. 26.2.21, Died of wounds 15.4.41, 2/LAH, SS-Mann
Silmbroth, Kurt, d.o.b. 1.8.21, Died of wouds 15.4.41, 3/Pi.Btl.1, SS-Mann
Thauer, Helmuth, d.o.b. 26.7.21, Died of wounds 15.4.41, 6/LAH, SS-Strm