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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Germanicus » 03 Dec 2021 04:43

New Finds and additional information

Volkssturm-Bataillon 3/303 // Volkssturm-Bataillon Freye // Kampf-Bataillon 1 Freye [Bezirk Steglitz / Reichsgau Groß-Berlin]
Volkssturm-Bataillon 3/556 // Volkssturm-Bataillon Exner​ // Kampf-Bataillon Exner​​ [Reichsgau Groß-Berlin]
Volkssturm-Bataillon 16/47 // Volkssturm-Bataillon Fendler [Kreis Cottbus Reichsgau Mark Brandenburg]

Volkssturm-Bataillon Flasch [Preußisch Holland / Reichsgau Ostpreußen]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Fuhrmann // Volkssturm-Bataillon Fuhrmann Türk​ [Kreis Freystadt / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Glaser [Kreis Strasburg / Reichsgau Danzig-Westpreußen]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Görkau [Görkau, Kreis Komotau / Reichsgau Sudetenland]

https://www.forum-der-wehrmacht.de/inde ... lkssturms/

HJ-Panzervernichtungs-Brigade Bärenfänger

HJ–Kampf-Gruppe Heerstraße [HJ-Einheit Reichsjugendführung RJF]

HJ-Bann 6 Wedding - Reinickendorf/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 21 Horst Wessel - Prenzlauer Berg/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 37 Wilmersdorf - Zehlendorf/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 61 Neukölln - Treptow/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 129 Lichtenberg - Köpenick/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 155 Kreuzbuerg - Stadtmitte/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 198 Charlottenburg - Spandau/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 199 Pankow - Weißensee/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 200 Steglitz - Tempelhof/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 201 Moabit - Schöneberg/ Berlin/ Ost

Volkssturm-Bataillon Führer/Weise
Volkssturm-Pionier-Bataillon Hofrichter

https://www.forum-der-wehrmacht.de/inde ... /&pageNo=4

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Halfdan S. » 04 Dec 2021 23:56

Germanicus wrote:
03 Dec 2021 04:43
HJ-Bann 6 Wedding - Reinickendorf/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 21 Horst Wessel - Prenzlauer Berg/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 37 Wilmersdorf - Zehlendorf/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 61 Neukölln - Treptow/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 129 Lichtenberg - Köpenick/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 155 Kreuzbuerg - Stadtmitte/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 198 Charlottenburg - Spandau/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 199 Pankow - Weißensee/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 200 Steglitz - Tempelhof/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 201 Moabit - Schöneberg/ Berlin/ Ost
Why the "Ost" (East?)

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Germanicus » 06 Dec 2021 01:33

Hello Halfdan S

The original HJ-Bann's I had listed in my Bann-List is noted as Ost. [Page 16 of this Post - The Link is Below]

The OST refers to the [Obergebiet]

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viewtopic.php?p=1985301#p1985301

"1936 list from von Schirach's book 'Idee und Gestalt'"

https://www.hj-research.com/forum/f89/h ... lohe-3301/

viewtopic.php?p=737812#p737812

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A Perfect Copy of the SHAEF Handbook is available.

You have to download the individual pages.

Handbook 'The Hitler Youth (Die Hitlerjugend) - Basic Handbook', SHAEF Evaluation and Dissemination section, G-2, E.D.S./G/5, samengesteld door MIRS (London branch)

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Germanicus » 06 Dec 2021 07:51

New finds and additional information

Volkssturm-Bataillon 6/304 // Volkssturm- Bataillon 304 // Volkssturm-Bataillon Wesel [Wesel, Kreis Dinslaken / Reichsgau Essen]
Volkssturm-Bataillon 38/20 // 6. Volkssturm-Feldbataillon​ // Volkssturm-Bataillon Thiet // ​Volkssturm-Bataillon Rückriem​ [Anholt und Isselburg / Reichsgau Westfalen-Nord]

Volkssturm-Bataillon Drieschmann Höhnstein [Kreis Breslau / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Drieschner [Kreis Breslau / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Elchwerder [Elchwerder, Kreis Labiau / Reichsgau Ostpreußen]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Goldbeck [Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Gröschel // Volkssturm-Bataillon Gartz [Gartz, Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Hartmann-Gellrich [Kreis Breslau / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Haunstein [Kreis Samland / Reichsgau Ostpreußen]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Hechenleitner [Kreis Breslau / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Hradetzki [Kreis Strehlen / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Köppen [Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Kutschiwski [Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Grossjestin [Groß Jestin, Kreis Kolberg / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Lehmann [Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Gottschalk [Kreis Brieg / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Traugott-Schulze [Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Voigt [Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Wenzel [Pölitz, Kreis Stettin / Reichsgau Pommern]

Volkssturm-Bataillon X // Volkssturm-Bataillon Mayen-Land [Kreis Mayen / Reichsgau Moselland]

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Germanicus » 07 Dec 2021 02:15

Halfdan S. wrote:
04 Dec 2021 23:56
Germanicus wrote:
03 Dec 2021 04:43
HJ-Bann 6 Wedding - Reinickendorf/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 21 Horst Wessel - Prenzlauer Berg/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 37 Wilmersdorf - Zehlendorf/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 61 Neukölln - Treptow/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 129 Lichtenberg - Köpenick/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 155 Kreuzbuerg - Stadtmitte/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 198 Charlottenburg - Spandau/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 199 Pankow - Weißensee/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 200 Steglitz - Tempelhof/ Berlin/ Ost
HJ-Bann 201 Moabit - Schöneberg/ Berlin/ Ost
Why the "Ost" (East?)

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Halfdan S.
For you Halfdan S

Die Hitler-Jugend, Idee und Gestalt - Baldur Von Schirach [Page 241 onwards]

https://archive.org/details/SchirachBal ... canFraktur

Hitler-Jugend

HJ-Obergebiet - MITTE

HJ-Gebiet Mittelland
HJ-Gebiet Mittelelbe
HJ-Gebiet Sachsen
HJ-Gebiet Thüringen

HJ-Obergebiet - NORD

HJ-Gebiet Mecklenburg
HJ-Gebiet Niedersachsen
HJ-Gebiet Nordmark
HJ-Gebiet Nordsee

HJ-Obergebiet - OST

HJ-Gebiet Berlin
HJ-Gebiet Kurmark
HJ-Gebiet Ostland
HJ-Gebiet Pommern
HJ-Gebiet Schlesien

HJ-Obergebiet - SÜD

HJ-Gebiet Baden
HJ-Gebiet Bayrische Ostmark
HJ-Gebiet Franken
HJ-Gebiet Hochland
HJ-Gebiet Württemberg

HJ-Obergebiet - WEST

HJ-Gebiet Hessen-Nassau
HJ-Gebiet Kurhessen
HJ-Gebiet Mittelrhein
HJ-Gebiet Ruhr-Niederrhein
HJ-Gebiet Saarpfalz
HJ-Gebiet Westfalen
HJ-Gebiet Westmark

HJ-Obergebiet - OST

HJ-Gebiet Berlin

HJ-Bann 6. Wedding - Reinickendorf
HJ-Bann 21. Horst Wessel - Prenzlauer Berg
HJ-Bann 37. Wilmersdorf - Zehlendorf
HJ-Bann 61. Neukölln - Treptow
HJ-Bann 129. Lichtenberg - Köpenick
HJ-Bann 155. Kreuzbuerg - Stadtmitte
HJ-Bann 198. Charlottenburg - Spandau
HJ-Bann 199. Pankow - Weissensee
HJ-Bann 200. Steglitz - Tempelhof
HJ-Bann 201. Moabit - Schöneberg

http://www.dws-xip.pl/reich/hj/HJ_3.html

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Germanicus » 07 Dec 2021 21:06

New finds and additional information

Volkssturm-Bataillon Kanther [Kreis Breslau / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Katze [Sucha, Kreis Saybusch / Reichsgau Oberschlesien]
Volkssturm-Bataillon Keyserlingk [Kreis Breslau / Reichsgau Niederschlesien]

https://www.forum-der-wehrmacht.de/inde ... lkssturms/

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Halfdan S. » 07 Dec 2021 21:22

Cheers mate, though the Obergebiet would be pre-war and not relevant for the HJ during the Battle of Berlin.

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

Post by Germanicus » 07 Dec 2021 21:36

Halfdan S. wrote:
07 Dec 2021 21:22
Cheers mate, though the Obergebiet would be pre-war and not relevant for the HJ during the Battle of Berlin.

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Halfdan S.
Dear Halfdan S

Yes you are absolutely correct in relation to Pre-War.

I agree it is not relevant to the HJ during the Battle of Berlin.

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

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Re: An extensive list of Volkssturm-Bataillons?

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With the Courage of Desperation: Germany's Defence of the Southern Sector of the Eastern Front 1944-45
By Rolf Hinze


Organization of the Volkssturm in the Steiermark

General der Gebirgstruppen Ringel, commander of Wehrkreis XVIII ordered activation of a second tactical staff for the Volkssturm: for Sub-Sector North, from Hill 418 near Kalch to Geschriebenstein, with Kommandant Oberst Kahlen, then, effective 7 January 1945, Oberst Behrendt. In Sub-Sector South, from Friedau to Hill 418 near Kalch (exclusive), the Kommandant was Oberst Teck, later Oberst Köppel, who was, at the same time, commander of Gebirgsjäger-Ersatz-Regiment 137.

The available Volkssturm units undertook preparations for local defense in the local billets and for erection of road-blocks. The sector commanders were given territorial command-authority east of the line Zilli – Windisch – Feistritz – Marburg / Drau – Gratz (exclusive of the locality) to fulfill this mission. Under their command were units of the replacement-force [Ersatztruppen] including the Wehrmacht garrison commanders, Wehrmacht administrative centers and offices as well as supply facilities of the Wehrmacht. Wehrkreis XVIII had at its
disposal a division staff, Divisionsstab zbV 418 with four Gebirgsjäger-Ersatz-Regimenter and a series of lesser troop elements which served in training and commitment.

Initial equipment for the Volkssturm formations consisted of one rifle per man, most of which were inferior Italian weapons, several submachine
guns per battalion, two MG 42 machine guns and two mortars per battalion, as well as an adequate number of Panzerfäuste. There were no rear
area services, and thus, no field-kitchens, so that rations presented a problem.

The Volkssturm battalions were activated in different waves. The second call-up, thus, not the alarm-units, had even sparser armament and had,
at most, 150 rifles with ammunition per battalion.⁶ The third and fourth call-ups could no longer be considered for armed combat.

By 25 March fortress-sector Steiermark was able to complete its defensive preparations.

General Kessel ordered the Gauleiter of the Steiermark, Dr. Uiberreither to bring the planned Volkssturm battalions into service as of 26 March and to occupy the combat sector from Rettwitz to Radkersburg with 12-14 Volkssturm battalions of the 1st call-up. Seven battalions of
Sub-Sector North set off in march and the others were expected to be in the positions a day or two later. From Geschriebenstein to Radkerburg
there were then 4,500 to 5,000 men in the Reichsschutz Position (30 to 35 men per kilometer).

In the sectors of the Reichsschutz Position the sector Kommandants instituted alarm systems with one-hour effectiveness, so that local defenses could be prepared and roadblocks set up to intercept fleeing elements of the field-army and integrate them into the local defenses.

The first basic conference for the homeland-defense took place on 7 January 1945, by Kreis and locality, with respective elders and magistrates of the time, representatives of the customs guards and unit commanders.

These various conferences also dealt with the already established differentiation between Volkssturm formations of different waves: the ‘browns’ were considered fully capable combat troops; the ‘blues’ were for local defense, the ‘blacks’ could not be employed in the MLR; the ‘greens’, ‘customs-guards’ and ‘Police’ were not subordinate to the Sub-Sector Commander. The assignment, especially to the first two groups, followed evaluation of the individual’s capabilities for action. In part the first two groups consisted of older men with experience at
the front in the 1st World War, and in part of young ‘Pimpfe’.Their dress was not appropriate for service in the field.

Commitment of the Volkssturm

The Körmen Feldkommandantur issued the first alarm on 25 March, followed shortly by St. Gotthard and Steinamanger. As the thunder of the
cannon became audible, the Volkssturm men dug new anti-tank ditches in order to build a so-called ‘Southeast Wall’. In the wooded terrain they cleared fields of fire. On 28 March came the report that Soviet armour was already five kilometers from Steinamanger, requiring appropriate assignment of Volkssturm elements. In Sub-Sector Command Fürstenfeld were 12 Volkssturm battalions, which occupied the sectors they had
been assigned.

On 31 March it was reported that the Soviets had reached the Reichs border with a narrow armoured wedge that had advanced via Güns and Steinamanger. Along with the Soviet advance arrived the bled-out but still iron-hard -defending elements of the German field-army, which incorporated themselves into the Volkssturm, because the Volkssturm on its own lacked adequate combat strength.

The assault battalions [Sturmbataillone] received the names of their places of origin, ‘Graz-Stadt’, ‘Graz-Land’, ‘Weiz’ and the like. Volkssturmbataillone ‘Fürstenfeld’, ‘Feldbach’, ‘Weiz’, ‘Radkersburg’ and ‘Leibnitz’ were assigned to Sub-Sector North. The last two were not eligible for serious fighting.

The sub-sector also was assigned Volkssturmbataillone ‘Oberwart’, ‘Hartberg’ and ‘Voitsberg’, but they were discharged to their homes. Selected localities were designated for local defense, with independent local Kommandants, who even received commissions signed by the local Kreisleiter. The sub-sectors were divided into individual combat-sectors commanded by individual officers. The Sub-Sector Kommandant
Fürstenfeld, headquartered in the Bundesreal-gymnasium Fürstenfeld, was connected by wire with the individual combat-sectors, and also
to the Feldkommandantur Körmend In addition there was radio contact with Graz and Salzburg.

On 1 April elements of the 5th SS-Panzer Division ‘Wiking’ took over the combat sector of the Fürstenfeld Volksturm Bataillon, which thereupon, withdrew to join with Reichsarbeitsdienst men [the Reichs Work Service] in blocking the Fürstenfeld – Hatzendorf road.

In the Raab-valley sector Volkssturm men knocked out seven Soviet AFVs with Panzerfäuste. In one of them was found the plan of the Soviet army command which revealed that the Soviets intended to cut off the 6th Armee to the rear on the stretch Fürstenfeld – Burgau – Hartberg.

Masses of vehicles, in refugee-treks and columns of the Wehrmacht, wound over the roads, all trying to make it through to the rear. In addition
there were vehicles of the evacuation-actions of the Burgenlande and the Steiermark. Feldbach and Gleichenberg were lost in the first weeks of April. Feldbach, Fehring and Hohenbruck were recaptured by German troops. Eventful, bloody fighting waged around Feldbach and Fürstenfeld,
as well as in the area of the Wechsel.

Conduct of the Volkssturm

The first impression that the Volkssturm members received directly of the war was the sound of the guns, and then the flames of the villages in Burgenland, especially the isolated estates. Squadrons of Soviet airplanes ruled the entire airspace. Eventful, bloody fighting of the last Heer formations with incorporated Volkststurm men developed near Feldbach and Fürstenfeld. Those localities were lost after strong artillery
preparation and attack by infantry and armoured forces, as were Rohrbach, Eichberg and Kleinschlag in Kreis Hartberg.

In the Semmering area the Soviets pushed on toward Förschnitz – Sattel and Eselstein with further reconnaissance thrusts. With the Soviet penetration into the Eselstein area the Volkssturm members had to plan to initially hold the Soviets, even though it was west of the city of Fürstenfeld. The Volkssturm members gained an overwhelming impression of the strong Soviet superiority. That, however, did not impair their fighting spirit. The Burgenland and Steiermark had experienced frequent enemy invasions from the east by the Huns in earlier centuries, with destruction of towns and villages, destruction of estates, seizure of livestock and enslavement or slaughter of the population. The
present situation was similar. Events in Hungary and Rumania had already shown how the Soviets behaved in the towns and cities. In the city of Fürstenburg alone 247 citizens perished. Added to that was the number of the fallen. 236 farmsteads were burned. That showed the Volkssturm
and those of the Wehrmacht what the civilian population could expect from the Red Army. The men of the Volkssturm, whether young
‘Pimpfe’ or old veterans of the 1st World War, fought with the courage of desperation to halt the ‘Red Flood’, and to prevent its further
penetration into the homeland.

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Defending Vienna

After the declaration that Vienna would be a defended area, motorized Volkssturm battalions 41/2, 41/3, 41/4 and 41/5 assembled.
At the same time Shirach placed Vienna under martial law.

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Hitler-Jugend Bataillon

In north Vienna the Hitler-Jugend Bataillon held from the Nußdorfer Spitz [point] on the Danube Canal along Kahlenberger Straße to the Danube Canal north of the Friedensbrücke [bridge]. The battalion was organized for all-around defense. In the forenoon hours of 9 April the
battalion was able to repulse an armoured patrol of the Soviet 5th Guards Tank Corps that was probing along the Grinzinger Allee against the battalion position. A second Soviet attack also foundered on the resistance of this battalion.

The Hitler-Jugend Batillon had to fall back during the night behind the Danube Canal before the attack of units of the 5th Guards Tank Corps and
elements of the 9th Guards Tank Corps. All bridges over the Danube Canal that were in the sector of the Hitler-Jugend Bataillon were blown up,
as were the Nordwestbahn and Nordbahn bridges [northwest-railroad bridge and north-railroad bridge].


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Identified Volkssturm Units in the book.

Volkssturm-Bataillon 41/2
Volkssturm-Bataillon 41/3
Volkssturm-Bataillon 41/4
Volkssturm-Bataillon 41/5

Volkssturm-Bataillon Feldbach
Volkssturm-Bataillon Fürstenfeld
Volkssturm-Bataillon Graz-Land
Volkssturm-Bataillon Graz-Stadt
Volkssturm-Bataillon Hartberg
Volkssturm-Bataillon Leibnitz
Volkssturm-Bataillon Oberwart
Volkssturm-Bataillon Radkersburg
Volkssturm-Bataillon Voitsberg
Volkssturm-Bataillon Weiz

Hitler-Jugend-Bataillon Wien

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