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Divisions of the Waffen SS

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Divisions of the Waffen SS
1st Division "Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler" - Guard Corps of the Fuhrer - German
2nd Division "Das Reich" - German
3rd Division "Totenkopf" - German
4th Division "Polizei I" - Elements from the Ordnungspolizei
5th Division "Wiking" - German, Dutch and Finnish
6th Division "Nord" - Elements from the "Totenkopf" division and Volksdeutschen
7th Division "Prinz Eugen" - Volksdeutschen
8th Division "Florian Geyer" - German
9th Division "Hohenstaufen" - German
10th Division "Frundsberg" - German
11th Division "Nordland" - Danish, Norwegian and Dutch
12th Division "Hitlerjugend" - Elements from the "Hitlerjugend" and "Leibstandarte" divisions
13th Division "Handschar" - Bosnian Muslim
14th Division "Galicien" - Ruthenian and Galician
15th Division "Lettische I" - Latvian
16th Division "Reichsfuhrer" - Elements from Himmler's Police and Guard Corps
17th Division "Gotz von Berlichingen" - German
18th Division "Horst Wessel" - German and Volksdeutschen
19th Division "Lettische II" - Latvian
20th Division "Estland" - Estonian
21st Division "Skanderberg" - Albanian
22nd Division "Maria Theresa" - Volksdeutschen and Hungarian
23rd Division "Nederland" - Volksdeutschen and Dutch
24th Division "Karstjager" - South Tyrolean, Italian and Slovakian
25th Division "Hunyadi" - Hungarian
26th Division "Gombos" - Hungarian
27th Division "Langemark" - Flemish
28th Division "Wallonie" - Wallonian
29th Division "Italien" - Italian
30th Division "Weissruthenien" - Belarusian and Ruthenian
31st Division "Bohmen und Mahren" - Formed in the spring of 1945 with reserve troops from the SS
32nd Division "30 Januar" - Formed in the spring of 1945 with reserve troops from the SS
33rd Division "Charlemagne" - French
34th Division "Landstorm Nederland" - Dutch
35th Division "Polizei II" - Elements from the Ordnungspolizei
36th Division "Dirlewanger" - German
37th Division "Lutzow" - Reserve troops from the SS plus elements from several nationalities
38th Division "Nibelungen" - Formed in the spring of 1945 with students and personnel from the Bad Tolz SS Academy

Armored Divisions

Mountain Troops



Armored Grenadiers

They also served in the SS, besides the 38 aforementioned divisions, the following units: one Finnish battalion, one Estonian battalion, one Norwegian battalion, one Swiss battalion, one Serbian volunteer corps, one Russian shock brigade, two Georgian battalions, two Armenian battalions, the "Haroun el Rashid" Turkish battalion group, nine Tatar battalions, four Caucasian battalions, one Cossack infantry brigade, two Cossack cavalry brigades and the "Freies India" Indian legion, led by Chandra Bose. Finally, at the cessation of hostilities they were in formation the following units: "Reichsmarschall" armored division, "Feldherrnhalle" and "Wallenstein" armored grenadier divisions, "Niedersachsen" and "Warager" grenadier divisions, and "Andreas Hofer" alpine division. In total they fought under the symbol of the SS men of around twenty-five nationalities, among them Albanian, German, Armenian, Belgian, Bulgarian, Czechoslovak, Croatian, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Greek, Dutch, Indian, British, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Romanian, Russian, Swedish and Turkish.

Note: The term "Volksdeutschen" indicates all of those German who, even if having resided abroad for several generations, had kept German customs and traditions, and continued being part of the German ethnical group.

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