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369. legionarska divizija (vražja) (369. (Kroatische) Infanterie-Division Teufel)
Oberkommando der WehrmachtOberkommando der Wehrmacht
ArmeegruppeHeeresgruppe EHeeresgruppe F
PanzerarmeePanzerarmee 2
ArmeekorpsXV. Gebirgs ArmeekorpsXXI. Gebirgs ArmeekorpsII. SS Panzer ArmeekorpsXXXIV. ArmeekorpsLXVIIII. ArmeekorpsLXXXXI. Armeekorps
Division114. Jäger Division117. Jäger Division118. Jäger DivisionBrandenburg Division7. SS Gebirgs Division Prinz Eugen1. Kosaken-Kavallerie Division369. (Kroatische) Infanterie-Division Teufel373. (Kroatische) Infanterie-Division Tiger
T315, r. 2154T315, r. 2155

369. legionarska divizija (vražja) (369. (Kroatische) Infanterie-Division Teufel) Documents from National Archive Washington
   369. legionarska divizija (vražja) (369. (Kroatische) Infanterie-Division Teufel), T315 roll 2154  
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28326/19 - Ic, TB 1 mit Anlagen. - Activity report, including intelligence reports and bulletins concerning partisan surprise attacks, raids, acts of sabotage, movements, the military situation, organization, and leadership; administrative services, duty assignments and unit identification, strength and losses; morale and attitude of the civilian population; operations against partisans; reconnaissance and mopping-up action; security; and couaterintelligence in the Sarajevo, Kram, Tarcin, Olovo, Trnovo, Vlasenica, Mitrovica, Vares, Jajce, Visegrad, Rogatica, Zavidovici, Turbe, Travnik, Jezero, Tuzla, and Donji Vakuf areas. Included are German propaganda leaflets. Jul 06 - Dec 31, 1942., July 06, 1942 - December 31, 1942
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34404/1 - Ia, KTB 3. - War journal concerning operations against partisans, mopping-up action, security, training, regrouping, daily division losses, aad partisan activity in the Jajce, Travnik, Sarajevo, Zepce, Turbe, Visegrad, Senica, Tuzla, Kladanj, Derveata, Donji Vakuf, Zvornik, Olovo, Trnovo, Prozor, Tarcin, Mostar, and Kiseljak areas. Jan 01 - Mar 31, 1943., January 01, 1943 - March 31, 1943
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34404/2 - Ia, Anlagenband XXVI zum KTB 3. - Orders, reports, messages, and overlays pertaining to operations against partisans (mostly Communist groups), reconnaissance and mopping-up action, security, laying and location of minefields, regrouping, and partisan activity in the Sarajevo, Jajce, Travnik, Zenica, Doboj, Visegrad, Teslic, Vares, Sekovici, Turbe, Donji Vakuf, Tuzla, Zavidovici, Busovaca, Zepce, Zvornik, and Derventa areas. Afteraction reports and critiques regarding Unternehmen Teslic I (operations against partisans in support of Unternehaen Weiss I in the Teslic area and mopping-up in the Teslic, Zavidovici, and Zepce areas, 15 Jan- 8 Feb 1943). Included are German and enemy losses and inventories of ammunition expended. Reports concerning the political, partisan, German military, traffic, and economic situation and the morale and attitude of the civilian population in Croatia and Bosnia; an evaluation of the fighting qualities of the Croatian Army; order-of-battle charts; an intelligence report and bulletin; and a billeting survey. Feb 01 - Feb 15, 1943., January 15, 1943 - February 15, 1943
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34404/3 - Ia, Anlagenband XXVII zum KTB 3. - Orders, reports, messages, maps, and overlays pertaining to operations against Communist and Chetnik groups, reconnaissance and mopping-up action, security, formation of the Croatian 4th Jaeger-Brigade, training, regrouping, and partisan activity in the Visoko, Sarajevo, Rogatica, Vlasenica, Tuzla, Travnik, Jajce, Kiseljak, Tarcin, Zenica, Zavidovici, Vares, Kupres, Jezero, Kladanj, and Derventa areas; reorganization as the 718. Jaeger-Division, approved on 10 Feb 1943, and redesignation as the 118. Jaeger-Divisicn, 1 Apr; and preparations for and participation in Unternehmen Weiss II (operations against partisans to secure the bauxite mines in the Mostar area) and the support of Unternehaen Konjic (operations against Communist groups in the Konjic area), 22 Feb-22 Mar. Order-of-battle charts; billeting surveys; an afteraction report, 28 Mar, concerning assembly for and Unternehmen Konjic and return to former stations, 23-26 Mar; tables of organizational breakdown, combat and ration strength, ammunition and weapons expended, and losses of the division and attached Croatian ad Ustasha units; reports regarding Communist, Chetnik, German Military, traffic, and the economic situation and losses; and intelligence reports and bulletins. Feb 02 - Feb 28, 1943., February 02, 1943 - February 28, 1943
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34404/4 - Ia, Anlagenband XXVIII zum KTB 3. - Orders, reports, messages, and maps pertaining to operations against partisans, mopping-up action, security, training, regrouping, and partisan activity, unit identification, location, and strength in the Konjic, Kiseljak, Sarajevo, Mostar, Travnik, Zenica, Doboj, Rogatica, Vlasenica, Zavidovici, Tuzla, Jajce, Vares, Prozor, Visoko, Busovaca, and Teslic areas; reorganization and training as the 718. Jaeger-Division in March 1943 and redesignation as the 118. Jaeger-Division, 1 Apr. Reports concerning the political, partisan, German military, traffic, economic, health, and replacement situation; condition of roads and railroads; and civilian morale and attitude in the division sector. Lists of division and enemy losses, acts of sabotage, and units subordinate to the division as of 31 Mar. A billeting survey of the Croatian 4th Jaeger-Brigade, 22 Mar; and an afteraction report by Gren.Rgt. 738 regarding Unternehmen Mostar (operations against partisans in the Gornji Vakaf, Prozor, Podhum, Ostrozac, and Jablanica areas to secure the bauxite mining region around Mostar, 23 Feb-19 Mar). Mar 01 - Mar 31, 1943., March 01, 1943 - March 31, 1943
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34404/5 - Ic, TB mit Anlagen. - Activity report concerning partisan attacks, raids, acts of sabotage, strength, movements, location, unit identification, and losses; counterintelligence; military intelligence; and troop indoctrination and entertainment. German and enemy propaganda leaflets; reports regarding the mission and commitment of the Geheime Feldpolizei (secret field police) and Croatian police, and a meeting with Chetnik leaders Kovacevic, Cvijetan Todic, Djukanovic Mirko, Milic Milan, and Vladimir Petrovic; translations of partisan service regulation and combat methods; instructions for treatment of captured partisans; notes on Tito-s life; interrogation summaries; and periodic intelligence reports and bulletins. Jan 01 - Mar 31, 1943., July 01, 1943 - November 30, -0001
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