Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 17 Nov 2022 18:04

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 19.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6 OQU Nr 3235/ 42 of 19.7

2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

VIII AK 8 cm Wgr 80 % l.J.G. 75 % s.J.G. 70 % l.F.H. 70% s.F.H. 70%
XVII AK 8 cm Wgr 90% l.J.G. 80% s.J.G. 90% l.F.H. 85% s.F.H.65%
still high consumption at 75 JD
XXIX 80% 1st equipment available
LI AK no report

b)fuel

VIII AK 0,4 VS Otto 90cbm in delivery 15.7 from Wotschansk
XVII AK 0,5 VS Otto 53 cbm in delivery 18.7 from Rossosch
XXIX AK 0,3 VS Otto in delivery 18.7 from Rossosch 30 cbm
LI AK no report
Diesel quantities are available sufficiently in relation to the Otto fuel

c) rations

'iron ration' and 1 st kit 80%

All corps partially supllied until 22.7 and partially until 23.7

Range of the rations in the AVL

vegetables 12 days
evening food 14 days
flour 5 and a half days
fat 21 days
canned meat 15 days
oats 6 and a half days
hay 1

3) ammo consumption

210 to (without LI AK

4) Fuel consumption

420 cbm Otto 105 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

in Charkov
F.Nr 414387 28 waggons ammo(s.F.H.)
F.Nr 468465 29 waggons vehicles
F.Nr 465101 30 waggons rations
F.Nr 470136 36 waggons rations
F.Nr 435466 33 waggons rations

in Starowerowka F.Nr 845300 30 waggons flour


6) Supply of the supply points

V.St.P Meschkoff fuel quantities delivered given out to troops . Besides that no stocks

V.St.P Rossosch
370 to ammo
215 to rations
60 cbm fuel

V.St.P Wolokonowka
500 ton ammo
75 to rations

V.St.P. Tschernjanka
110 to ammo

V.St.P Woltschansk
2430 to ammo
ca 1000 to rations(no exact stock )

V.St.P Stawowerowka
1440 to ammo
1340 to rations of which
430 to oats and canned fodder
520 to flour

V.St.P. Tschugujew
25 to ammo
500 to rations

Vst.P. Charkow
1940 to ammo
no exact ration stock available

in delivery:
to Rossosch in total 190 cbm fuel, 19.7 from Starowerowka respectively Woltschansk
to Meschkoff in total 400 to fuel , 19.7 from Starowerowka respectively Woltschansk


7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

1640 to l.F.H.
1740 to s.F.H.

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 17 Nov 2022 19:52

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 20.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6 OQU Nr 3254/ 42 of 20.7

2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

VIII AK 75% of1.Ausstattung available
XVII AK unchanged
XXIX 85% 1.Ausstattung available
LI AK the ammo transport in delivery fills up the 1.Ausstattung

b)fuel

VIII and LI AK:The fuel stocks cannot be specified in VS anymore. At the moment , including the quantities in delivery, they only allow the vanguards to avance a further 50 km while leaving back part of the rear services.
XVII AK : 389. J.D. and army troops who are on the march, including allocation , 0,7 VS. The other divisions are immobile.
XXIX AK 1,2 VS Otto 0,7 VS Diesel

c) rations

'iron ration' and 1.Ausstattung 80% available

All corps supllied until 23.7 , partially until 24.7

Range of the rations in the AVL

In th rearward AVL(Charkow,Starowerowka) there are sufficient quantities of rations. Accurate reports are lacking.


3) ammo consumption: low

4) Fuel consumption

310 cbm Otto 60 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

in Charkov
F.Nr 844873 35 waggons rations
F.Nr 858530 31 waggons flour

in Starowerowka F.Nr 802739 28 EKW fuel


6) Supply of the supply points

V.St.P Meschkoff fuel quantities arrived given out to troops .

V.St.P Rossosch
380 to ammo
256 to rations

V.St.P Wolokonowka
360 ton ammo

V.St.P. Tschernjanka
70 to ammo

V.St.P Woltschansk
2180 to ammo
no exact data available for ration stocks

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2130 to ammo
1310 to rations of which
530 to four
400 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
3420 to ammo
no exact ration stock available

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

1710 to l.F.H.
25210 to s.F.H.

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 18 Nov 2022 08:39

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 21.7.1942

1)Supply situation

The fuel situation has still aggravated. Through the late arrival of the fuel columns with the small amounts of fuel only released by OKH at 20.7 noon in Kantemirowka, the 113 . ID and 100.Jäg.div were immobile today whereby dangerous situations where caused at tank attacks by the enemy because of the lacking of the immobile antitank companies.
The 150 cbm allocatrd to the Army in Kantemirowka could have no effect yet because the furthest forward supply columns can only arrive at Bokowskaja the 22.7 in the morning.
AOK 6 estimates that it can deliver ca 80 cbm fuel to VIII AK until 22.7 09.00.
The fuel situation can gradually get better thtrough the fuel allocation from Belodowsk ordered the evening of 21.7 .
AOK 6 requests an order concerning the supply of XIV Pz corps( 3. and 23.Pzdiv.)


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

VIII AK 8 cm Wgr 85% 7,5 cm Pak 45% l.J.G. 70% s.J.G. 65% l.F.H. 70% s.F.H. 60%
XVII AK unchanged
XXIX 80% 1.Ausstattung available
LI AK 90% of the 1.Ausstattung available
XIV Pz Ak(without 3 JD (mot)) l.J.G. full s.J.G. 80% 8 cm Wgr 90% l.F.H. 55% s.F.H. 65% KwK 55% available except 7,5 cm lg, which is only available at 5 to 10 %. In the AML there is only so much available to fill up the equipment of the Army in 7,5 cm lg to ca 15%.

b)fuel

VIII ,XVII and LI AK: Immobilised because no fuel stocks available.
XXIX AK 0,6 VS
XIV Pz AK started the 21.7 early with 3 VS , a further 1 VS in delivery.


c) rations

'iron rations' full

1.Ausstattung available at 75 % in the inf.corps
XIV Pz corps 3 daily rates 1.Ausstattung
2 daily rates iron rations
3 daily rates special equipment

all corps supplied until 24.7, XIV Pz corps until 25.7
Range of the rations in the AVL: the ration stocks are increasing because of the arrival of ration trains. rates cannot be indicated because input reports from the ration trains are lacking.

3) ammo consumption:

Somewhat stronger consumption at VIII AK.(113 JD 45 to)

4) Fuel consumption

Low consumption as there are only small stocks.

5) intake by rail

no input reports

6) Supply of the supply points

V.St.P Meschkoff : supply goods of all sorts in delivery

V.St.P Rossosch
350 to ammo
310 to rations

V.St.P Wolokonowka
300 ton ammo

V.St.P Woltschansk
2110 to ammo
1500 to rations

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2030 to ammo
1350 to rations of which
540 to fLour
410 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
3420 to ammo
higher ration stocks( no report available)

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

1680 to l.F.H.
2620 to s.F.H.

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 18 Nov 2022 10:53

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 22.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6/O.QU Nr 3299/42


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

1.Ausstattung in inf.ammo 75-80%
l.F.H. and s.F.H. 65-70%
KwK ammo 55% except 7,5 cm which is only available at 5-10%

b)fuel

See point 1
c) rations

'iron rations' full

1.Ausstattung used parially
Regular supply essentially from the land.
Types of food like spices and other seasonings which cannot be gotten from the land are in delivery.

3) ammo consumption:

Generally low. At the forward divisions ca 70 ton.

4) Fuel consumption

Low consumption because of low stocks

5) intake by rail

The entry of trains can only be reported after 48 hours because almost no or few supply trains are reported to the AOK.

Subsequent reports:

at 18.7 in Charkow F.Nr 845301 35 waggons flour
at 20.7 in Charkow F.Nr 138319 48 waggons building equipment

Supply of the supply points

V.St.P Meschkoff :
120 to ammo . Fuel arrived is immediately issued to the troop

V.St.P Rossosch
350 to ammo
220 to rations

V.St.P Woltschansk
2110 to ammo
1500 to rations

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2400 to ammo
1330 to rations of which
530 to flour
410 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
3300 to ammo
ca 3500 to 4000 to food
In the Kupjansk city railway station 2 EKW fuel trains for AOK 6 have arrived at 22.7 F.Nr 494630 and 422656

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

860 to l.F.H.
2090 to s.F.H.

Rectification: In the daily report of 21.7 the s.F.H. and s.F.H. stocks from the handed over AML Belgorod were still comprised.
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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 18 Nov 2022 14:27

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 23.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6/O.QU Nr 3311/42


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

light inf ammo 85%
heavy inf. ammo 75%
l.F.H. 65 %
s.F.H. 75 %

b)fuel

see point 1

c) rations

'iron rations' full

1.Ausstattung available 75%
At VIII AK only 25%
Supply from the land for the largest part. There are sufficient quantities in the AVL , the great mass however is still in the enlarged supply area Charkov .

3) ammo consumption:

25 to (except LI AK)

4) Fuel consumption

540 cbm Otto 120 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

At 20.7 in Charkov:
F.Nr 845635 30 waggons corn
F.Nr 848129 35 waggons oats and canned fodder (forwarded to Kupjansk)
F.Nr 486496 33 waggons oats( forwarded to Kupjansk)
F.Nr 865945 28 waggons engineer tools

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja the first goods arrive on 24.7

V.St.P Meschkoff :
120 to ammo .
30 cbm Otto 170 cbm Diesel
further quantities of fuel and food arrive on 24.7

V.St.P Rossosch
290 to ammo
215 to rations

V.St.P Woltschansk
2110 to ammo
1500 to rations

Transshipment position Kupjansk
730 to ammo
280 cbm Otto 40 cbm Diesel

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2290 to ammo
980 to food of which
410 to flour
105 to vegetables
310 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
3320 to ammo
Great quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

810 to l.F.H.
2190 to s.F.H.


........."

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 18 Nov 2022 15:01

" Telex from AOK 6 /OQu

TO OKH Gen.OQu

Day report 23.7

1) Supply situation
The strained fuel situation has not been remedied yet. While the supply of the XIV Pz AK is secured until the Don and it has been succeeded to deliver twothird VS to VIII AK, and achieve a limited mobility of the corps , the LI AK is immobile with large parts because of fuel shortage. Delivery of 100 cbm fuel to the LI AK can show effect at the troops 25.7 at the earliest.
The from B command pre-reported quantities of 780 cbm fuel in Belowodsk for the 22.7 evening and 23.7 , of which 500 cbm should be forwarded to Bokowskaja, are not yet arrived at 23.7 18 hour. Fast forwarding to Belodowsk is promised by command. Because of this delay, it is impossible to deliver the urgently needed quantities of fuel for 25.7 to VIII AK and LI AK. Therefore the movement of these corps will come to a standstill again, the 26. at the latest when it is not helped by a drastic measure at 24.7 by Oberstleutnant i.g Pollex and a fuel delivery of twice 200 cbm to Bokowskaja. Consequently the AOK can only count with the supply goods which are still brought forward by itself from the supply base Charkov. A switching to the area Millerowo-Kantemirowka from the Charkov base is not possible under these circonstances.
The AOK reports that the supply of the army from the Charkov base is not secured with the supply column capacity now available.
The AOK requests urgently that the many new Army troops are delivered fully filled up by the commands that hand them over.
High ammo consumption of 5 cm KwK L 60 and 7,5 cm KwK long. Ammo air delivery requested at Oberstleutnant i.g. Pollex.

AOK 6/OQu 3311/42 "

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 18 Nov 2022 17:30

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 24.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6/O.QU Nr 3325/42


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

light inf ammo 85%
heavy inf. ammo 70%
l.F.H. 60 %
s.F.H. 65 %

At XVII and XXIX AK stocks are 10% higher.
There is no report for XIV Pz AK. Urgent supply of every kind of KwK ammo needed. The at 23.7 requested air support did not happen, because no decision was made.

b)fuel

see point 1

c) Food

'iron rations' full

1.Ausstattung touched for half, at XIV Pz AK 3 daily rates of special stocks available
The troop lives from the land for the largest part. Food rations are in delivery to the forward bases.
Range of the rations in the AVL: higher quantities of rations in the depots around Charkov which however can only be brought forward in low quantities.

3) ammo consumption:

ca 25 to (without XIV PzAK)

4) Fuel consumption

510 cbm Otto 110 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

No reports available

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja
80 to flour
30 cbm Otto 10 cbm Diesel
500 cbm fuel moving up

V.St.P Meschkoff :
50 to ammo .
20 cbm Otto 120 cbm Diesel
Arriving food quantities are immediately issued to the troops

V.St.P Rossosch
290 to ammo
190 to rations

V.St.P Woltschansk
2430 to ammo
ca 1400 to rations

Transshipment position Kupjansk
750 to ammo
Quantities of rations and fuel( no accurate to and cbm numbers available) to be uploaded on supply column capacity for the forward bases.

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2760 to ammo
1450 to food of which
900 to flour
100 to vegetables
330 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
3300 to ammo
Higher quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

890 to l.F.H.
2330 to s.F.H.


........."

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 18 Nov 2022 17:45

" telex

From AOK 6/OQu to OKH /Gen.Qu

Day report 24.7

Supply situation

The fuel situation is still tense. By putting in motion 500 cbm from Belowodsk and 500 cbm from Woltschansk with 'Grosstransportraum' a relaxing of
the fuel situation is expected in 2-3 days.
To bridge, delivery of 200 cbm each on 26 and 27.7 by transport aircraft is promised.
Ammo consumption -especially at XIV PzAK- has become higher because of stronger enemy resistance. Pushing up ammo comes henceforth stronger in the foreground.
Continuous supply in the new base Millerowo is necessary.

AOK 6 3325/42"

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Post by Aida1 » 18 Nov 2022 18:08

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 25.7.1942

1)Supply situation

The fuel situation starts to relax. The quantities that are moving up will restore the mobility of the inf.corps. Continuous supply to feed the operation over the Don is further necessary. Because of strong thunderstorms all supply columns are immobilised.
On the airfield Bokowskaja are delivered by air transport:
712 5 cm Kwk long and also 9 dropping containers with 7,5 cm KwK .

2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

light inf ammo 85%
heavy inf. ammo 70%
l.F.H. 60 % at XIV PzAK 50%
s.F.H. 70 %

At XIV PzAK KwK ammo ca 35-40%
7,5 cm Kwk ca 5-10%
b)fuel

see point 1

c) Food

'iron rations' full

1.Ausstattung 50% available, food rations in delivery to troop.
Current supply from the land for the largest part as before.
Range of the rations in the AVL: higher quantities of rations in the rearward depots Charkov and Starowerow increase daily through train delivery : no exact numbers available

3) ammo consumption:

170 to (estimated).Higher consumption at XIV PzAK.

4) Fuel consumption

1200 cbm Otto 190 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

Train delivery will be reported later

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja
15 to ammo
Food and ca 700 cbm fuel moving up

V.St.P Meschkoff :
50 to ammo .
70 cbm Diesel
180 cbm Otto and 30 cbm Diesel moving up

V.St.P Rossosch
210 to ammo
150 to rations

V.St.P Woltschansk
2430 to ammo
ca 1400 to rations

Transshipment position Kupjansk
750 to ammo
Rations from forwarded trains. Type and quantity unknown

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2720 to ammo
1300 to food of which
800 to flour
300 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
2830 to ammo
Higher quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

890 to l.F.H.
2520 to s.F.H.


........."

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 19 Nov 2022 08:27

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 26.7.1942

1)Supply situation

The fuel situation has further relaxed. Further delivery of fuel is necessary.
Because of hard fighting the the need for ammo has considerably increased. The ammo quantities moving up do not cover the need.
It has to be counted with increased ammo consumption also in the coming days. Fast delivery of ammo with 'Grosstransportraum' is needed.
Because of lack of transport the delivery of food remains insufficient.
Air transport to XIV PzAK was executed to Ssuchanowo to be precise 20 containers fuel and 12 containers KwK almmo

2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

light and heavy inf ammo 70% available
l.F.H. and s.F.H. ca 60 % available but continuous high consumption, low stocks in KwK ammo.
The on-going delivery of ammo takes a long time, because it has to brought forward from the large Charkov area with supply colum capacity.

b)fuel

The forward inf. corps and the Pzcorps are filled up with fuel to such an extent that they can executed the prescribed tactical operations.


c) Food

'iron rations' full

The troop is supplied to 28 .7, partially to 29.7 , the 1.Ausstattung included.
Current supply from the land for the largest part as before.
The most necessary quantities of food as drink portions, spices and otherfood quantities which cannot be acquired from the land are delivered with supply columns.

3) ammo consumption:

High consumption of the forward divisions in the attack.

4) Fuel consumption

1130 cbm Otto 170 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

No report.

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja
Quantities of amm0 and food are immediately issued to the troop immediately after arrival
50 cbm fuel

V.St.P Meschkoff :

Quantities of ammo and fuel are constantly issued to the troops
80 cbm fuel

V.St.P Rossosch
110 to ammo
150 to rations

V.St.P Woltschansk
2430 to ammo
ca 1400 to rations

Transshipment position Kupjansk
750 to ammo
Smaller quantities of food are brought forward to the troop after transshipment

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2870 to ammo
1160 to food of which
800 to flour
100 to vegetables
180 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
2830 to ammo
Higher quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

890 to l.F.H.
2820 to s.F.H.

Which are mostly in the rearward depots
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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 19 Nov 2022 09:05

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 27.7.1942

Supply situation

The units moved up from the area of Heeresgruppe A have arrived without fuel despite the urgent request by the Army. Because of the again very high demand through this , the fuel situation is not secured anymore.
Delivery of increased amounts of fuel by the command to Bokowskaja is still necessary.
1 VS of the army at the time 2520 cbm.
From the promised air supply 2 x 100 cbm fuel each , 11 cbm in total has landed.
There is not yet a report on the air supply executed on 27.7. "



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Post by Aida1 » 19 Nov 2022 12:28

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 28.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6/O.QU Nr 3362/42


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo and b)fuel

see point 1

c) rations

Because the troop lives from the land for the largest part a range cannot be given. The stocks arrived in Bokowskaja represent two daily rates for the divisions east of Bokowskaja .Issuance on 29.7. The troops to the west of Bokowskaja are supplied until 30.7 and partially until 31.7.
The amounts of food in the rearward depots increases all the time as the delivery by train is higher than what exits.

3) ammo consumption:

240 to (estimated)

4) Fuel consumption

1200 cbm Otto 190 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

in Charkov:
F.Nr 468528 33 waggons vehicles
F.Nr 470178 30 waggons food
F.Nr 493504 29 waggons corn
F.Nr 422494 34 waggons food
F.Nr 449205 40 waggons vehicles
F.Nr 468530 35 waggons ammo tractors
F.NR. 414464 34 waggons flour and salt

in Kupjansk:

F.Nr 858196 35 waggons fodder
F.Nr 422654 22 EKW fuel

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja Arriving ammo and food stocks again immediately issued to the troops
80 cbm fuel

V.St.P Meschkoff :
Low ammo and food stocks which are issued immediately
30 cbm fuel

V.St.P Rossosch
110 to ammo
125 to rations

V.St.P Woltschansk : stocks unchanged

Transshipment position Kupjansk
580 to ammo
Fuel and food stocks arriving are brought to the troops after arriving insofar as supply columns are available

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2800 to ammo
1140 to food of which
800 to flour
150 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
2800 to ammo
Great quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

890 to l.F.H.
2090 to s.F.H.

Which are for the largest part in rearward depots.


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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 19 Nov 2022 17:11

" Telex
28.7.1942 from AOK 6.OQu to AOK 6/ Chief of staff

Day report 28.7.1942;

Supply situation:

Continuously inceasing ammo consumption at the divisions in combat, especially in lF.H. and KwK ammo. The stocks of individual divisions have already sunk to 30%. The numbers fired are considerably higher than the quantities moving up at the time. It is urgently necessary that in one immediate allocation with 'Grosstansportraum' ca 1000 ton are delivered to Bokowskaja. Over and above that to compensate until the arrival of the supply columns, the delivery of 150 ton l.F.H. ammo with aircraft is requested to Bokowskaja because otherwise crisises will happen with this ammo.The delivery with transport aircraft was already requested for the 27.7 from Oberstlt Pollex.
The supply with fuel is to be considered as secured until 30.7 after the arrival of the 1000 ton with Kw.Tr.Rgt 602 . Then, again delivery of fuel to Bokowskaja in the same volume is necessary.

AOK6/OQu 3362/42"

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

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" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 29.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6/O.QU Nr 3374/42


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo and b)fuel

see point 1 supply situation

c) rations

Because of the two daily rates in rations allocated on 29.7 and what is taken from the land , the troop is supplied until 31.7, partially until 1.8. Range of the rations in the AVL as on previous days which however are no foundation for the supply of the army because almost all food quantities are still in the supply base in and around Charkov.

3) ammo consumption:

ca 350 to

4) Fuel consumption

1290 cbm Otto 205 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

No reports available.

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja
200 to ammo
90 to rations

V.St.P Meschkoff :
45 to ammo

V.St.P Rossosch
140 to ammo
60 to rations
low quantities fuel

Transshipment position Kupjansk
1060 to ammo
1000 to rations
250 cbm fuel

V.St.P Wotschansk
The handing over of the V.St.P to the command center is requested

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2460 to ammo
1020 to food of which
770 to flour
150 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
2280 to ammo
Great quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

450 to l.F.H.
2300 to s.F.H.

Which are for the largest part in rearward depots.


........."

to be continued.

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