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Guards Division 3rd



 Divisional Structure 1916  3rd German Guards Division part of Guards Reserve Corps and 2nd German Army

Divisional Structure in 1916

Infantry

  • 6th Guard Brigade
    • Guard Fusiliers
    • Landwehr Regiment
    • 9th Grenadier Regiment

Cavalry

Guard Reserve Uhlan Regiment

Artillery

  • 5th Guard Field Artillery Regiment
  • 6th Guard Field Artillery Regiment
  • (formed of the Juterbog Instruction Regiment)

Engineers and Liaisons

  • Pioneer Company
  • 3rd Guard Trench Mortar Company
  • 3rd Guard Pontoon Engineers
  • 3rd Guard Telephone Detachment

Attached

75th Anti-Aircraft Section



 Divisional Structure 1914  3rd German Guards Division part of Guards Reserve Corps and 2nd German Army

Divisional Structure in 1914: Organised in August 1914 with elements taken from 1st and 2nd Guard Divisions.

Infantry

  • 5th Guard Brigade
    • 5th Foot Regiment
    • 5th Grenadier Regiment
  • 6th Guard Brigade
    • Guard Fusiliers
    • Landwehr Regiment

Cavalry

Guard Reserve Uhlan Regiment

Artillery

  • 5th Guard Field Artillery Regiment
  • 6th Guard Field Artillery Regiment
  • (formed of the Juterbog Instruction Regiment)



 Divisional Structure 1915  3rd German Guards Division part of Guards Reserve Corps and 2nd German Army

Divisional Structure in 1915

Infantry

  • 5th Guard Brigade
    • 5th Foot Regiment
    • 5th Grenadier Regiment
  • 6th Guard Brigade
    • Guard Fusiliers
    • Landwehr Regiment

Cavalry

Guard Reserve Uhlan Regiment

Artillery

  • 5th Guard Field Artillery Regiment
  • 6th Guard Field Artillery Regiment
  • (formed of the Juterbog Instruction Regiment)

Engineers and Liaisons

  • Pioneer Company
  • 3rd Guard Pontoon Engineers
  • 3rd Guard Telephone Detachment



 Divisional Structure 1917  3rd German Guards Division part of Guards Reserve Corps and 2nd German Army

Divisional Structure in 1917

Infantry

  • 6th Guard Brigade
    • Guard Fusiliers
    • Landwehr Regiment
    • 9th Grenadier Regiment

Cavalry

  • 3rd Squadron Guard Reserve Uhlan Regiment
  • 1st Squadron 2nd Guard Dragoon Regiment

Artillery

  • Artillery Command
  • 5th Guard Field Artillery Regiment

Engineers and Liaisons

  • 104th Pioneer Battalion
  • 1st Company, 28th Pioneers
  • 274th Pioneer Company
  • 3rd Guard Trench Mortar Company
  • 280th Searchlight Section
  • 3rd Guard Telephone Detachment
  • 55th Telephone Detachment

Medical and Veterinary

  • 7th Ambulance Company
  • 265th Ambulance Company
  • 393rd Ambulance Company
  • 35th Field Hospital
  • 3rd Guards Veterinary Hospital

Transport

Motor Transport Column

Attached

75th Anti-Aircraft Section



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