Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 13 Feb 2016 21:14

Hello to all :D; more.....................

The occupation of Bohemia and Moravia. Armored troops into the Protectorate.

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 28 Feb 2016 12:19

Hello to all :D; more: The occupation of Bohemia and Moravia. Armored troops into the Protectorate.
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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 17 Jan 2017 18:51

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The occupation of Brno/Brünn 1939.

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http://wiki.suedmaehren.at/wiki/images/a/a8/BILD.jpg

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by Hessler86 » 23 Jan 2017 18:59

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 17 Aug 2017 00:44

Hello to all :D; more: Advance of the IV. AK 1939.
Source: http://www.fronta.cz/foto/mapa-postupu#fotobox
More details about the 4. ID?
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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 17 Nov 2017 03:59

Hello to all :D; more: Fall Südost 1939.
By order of the Führer and Supreme Commander of the Wehrmacht, on March 14, 1939, the measures planned for the Case Southeast (Fall Südost) were issued.
To carry out the pacification action planned by the Reich Government, on March 15, 1939, the deployed forces crossed the border of Bohemia and Moravia at 06:00 hours sharp ........
They proceeded as follows:

HGr 5 Vienna.
XVII. AK. From Lundenburg to the Marchtal (4. Le. Div and 44. ID)
XVIII. AK. From the northwest of Nikolsburg to Brünn (45. ID); to Wischau and Boskowitz (2. Pz Div)
VIII. AK. From the north of Moravia to Olmütz, Prosnitz, Wischau (5. Pz Div ref); towards Prerau - Kremsier (2. ID mot); towards Lysa Hora (8. ID ref). The 8. ID at 5:30 pm on March 14, 1939 occupied the Mähren area. Ostrau and towards the south. Short resistance of the Czech troops in Silesia-Ostrau and Mistek was quickly broken. There were no casualties on the German side ...................

Source: http://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/n ... ect/zoom/8
http://www.thirdreichantiquaria.com/ind ... mel-detail

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 25 Nov 2017 14:02

Hello to all :D; more: Fall Südost 1939.

HGr 3 Dresden.
XIII. AK. From Zlabings to Iglau (4. Pz reinforced). From the Bohemian Forest (Böhmer Wald) to Mülhausen (10. ID Reinforced). Frpm both sides of Pilsen towards Pribram and eastwards (2. le. Div., 46. ID).
VI. AK. From both sides of the Elbe and the Vltava (Moldau) to Prague (24. ID and 4. ID Reinforced)
XVI. AK. From the south of Reichenberg to Prague (3. Pz. and 3. le. Div).
XIV AK. From south of Trautenau and west of Glatz to Königgrätz, Pardubitz and further south (29. ID mot and 28. ID)

Source: http://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/n ... ect/zoom/8
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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 03 Jun 2018 23:18

Hello to all :D; more: Fall Südost 1939.

On March 17, 1939 we found that:
HGr 5 Brünn.
XVII. AK. HQ in Lundenburg and in the surroundings of:
Racistorf - Modern - Binovce - Dehtce - Malacky (Gruppe Engelbrecht); Vrbove - Waag-Neustadt - Nemsova - Ung. Brod (4. le. Div); Göding - Napajedl (44. ID)
XVIII. AK. HQ in Brünn and in the surroundings of:
Brünn - Eibenschütz - Pohrlitz (45. ID); Austerlitz - Tischnowitz - Gr.Meseritsch - Trebi - Brünn (2. Pz.)
VIII. AK. HQ in Olmütz and in the surroundings of:
Belusa - Sillein - Cadca - Mähr.Ostrau - Wal.Meseritsch (8. ID); Mähr. Weisskirchen - Kremsier - Otrokovice (2. ID Mot); Olmütz - Boskowitz - Wischau (5. Pz.).

Source: http://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/n ... ect/zoom/7
http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/anno? ... =1&zoom=33

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 10 Jun 2018 15:03

Hello to all :D; more: Fall Südost 1939.
HGr. 3, Prag.
XIII. AK. HQ in Pisek and around: Wittingau - Tabor - Mühlhausen - Klattau (10. ID); Sedlez - Beneschau - Selcan (2. Le. Div); Pribram - Horowitz - Pilsen (46. ID)

IV. AK. HQ Prag and: in and northwest of Prag.

XVI. AK. HQ Prag and: east of Prag to Kolin.

XIV. AK. HQ in Pardubitz and around: north of Pardubitz (28. ID); north of Dt. Brod (29. ID mot.); in Iglau (4. Pz. ref).

The eastern security line of the German troops ran along the eastern edge of the Little Carpathians from the north of Pressburg through Waag-Neustadt, then east of the Waag-tales by Sillein, then east of the Kysuca-tal and east of Cadca.

Source: http://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/n ... ect/zoom/7
https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/col ... navigation
http://rusimage-ru.livejournal.com/203802.html

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 13 Nov 2023 18:31

Hello to all :D; more....................................

Brünn (Brno) March 1939.

Source: HITLER in Böhmen-Mähren-Memel.

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by Glynwed » 08 Jan 2024 16:40

Hallo tigre, thanks for sharing history of 4. and 3. PzD. Haven´t you something abouth 3. leichte Division too? According to my knowledge, it have to be part of XVI. Armeekorps (alongside with 3. PzD) and it have to move from Reichenberg (Liberec) area to area east from Prague. I´m looking for motorized german unit which entered Nymburk town (Neuenburg an der Elbe) at 15th March 1939. I quess it could be 3. leichte Division, but don´t have any proof.

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Re: Bohemia and Moravia - March 1939.

Post by tigre » 10 Jan 2024 13:08

Hello Glynwed :D; checking old files. Cheers. Raúl M 8-).

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