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List of German Army Armored Divisions before the Blue Case in 1942 (only the troops equipped with the infantry armored vehicle (Schützenpanzerwagen)):

First Armored Division: First Armored Grenadier Regiment First Company, 113 Panzergrenadier Regiment First Battalion

Second Armored Division: The first battalion of the Second Panzergrenadier Regiment, the second continuation of the 304th Motorized Rifle Corps

The third armored division: the first battalion of the third armored grenadier corps, the first company of the 394th motorized rifle corps

Fourth Armored Division: The 12th Panzergrenadier Regiment

Fifth Armored Division: A company of the 14th Panzergrenadier Regiment

Sixth Armored Division: The second battalion of the 114th Panzergrenadier Regiment

Seventh Armored Division: The First Battalion of the Sixth Panzergrenadier Regiment

Eighth Armored Division: The First Battalion of the Eighth Panzergrenadier Regiment
Ninth Armored Division: First Battalion of the 10th Panzergrenadier Regiment

Tenth Armored Division: The second battalion of the 69th Panzergrenadier Regiment

11th Panzer Division: Two consecutive battlefield anti-cannon platoons of the 110th Panzergrenadier Regiment

12th Armored Division: The 1st of the 5th Panzergrenadier Regiment, the first of the 25 Panzergrenadier Regiment

13th Panzer Division: First Battalion of the 66th Panzergrenadier Regiment

14th Armored Division: The 1st Battalion of the 103rd Panzergrenadier Regiment

15th Armored Division: no infantry armored vehicle

16th Panzer Division: Two consecutive battlefield anti-cannon platoons of the 64th Panzergrenadier Regiment

17th Armored Division: Two of the first battalions of the 40th Panzergrenadier Regiment

18th Armored Division: The No. 52 Panzergrenadier Regiment

19th Armored Division: No infantry armored vehicles
20th Armored Division: No infantry armored vehicles

21st Armored Division: No infantry armored vehicle

22nd Panzer Division: The 1st Company of the 129th Panzergrenadier Regiment, the 2nd Battalion of the 140th Panzergrenadier Regiment

23rd Armored Division: The 1st Battalion of the 126th Panzergrenadier Regiment

24th Armored Division: Two consecutive battlefield anti-cannon platoons of the 26th Panzergrenadier Regiment

The armored divisions of the 15th and 21st divisions are different from other armored divisions. There are only one armored grenadier regiment in the two divisions. There are three battalions underneath, four battalions per battalion, plus one infantry artillery company and one engineering company. According to the catalogue, there is no entire armored armored vehicle, but there are sporadic infantry armored vehicles used in the regiment, the battalion and the heavy equipment.
The Armored Grenadier Regiment of the Armored Division, established in 1942:

21st Panzer Division: 104th Panzergrenadier Regiment

22nd Panzer Division: 129th, 140th Panzergrenadier Regiment

23rd Panzer Division: 126th, 128th Panzergrenadier Regiment

24th Panzer Division: 21st, 26th Panzergrenadier Regiment

25th Panzer Division: 146th, 147th Panzergrenadier Regiment

The 26th Armored Division: The ninth, the 67th Panzergrenadier Regiment (the original 8th Armored Division ninth Moto Rifle Corps de-edited, another 28th Moto Rifle Corps Corps)

27th Panzer Division: 140th Panzergrenadier Regiment (adapted from the 22nd Armored Division)
If the calculation is based on the 24 German armored divisions before the blue case, each division has two Moto rifle groups, two battalions per battalion, four battalions per battalion, and a total of 384 ties, of which only 62 Even with infantry armored vehicles, it accounted for 16.8% of the total number. Although it has nearly tripled since 1941, more than 80% of panzergrenadiers have entered the battlefield with heavy-duty off-road carriers or medium-sized off-road trucks.
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