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A battery of Hummel 15 cm self-propelled howitzers of the Artillerie-Regiment 88 (mot) ready for firing in 1943

The 18th Artillery Division (German: 18. Artillerie-Division{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}) was a German artillery division formed during World War II in 1943. Being the first independent mobile artillery force it never raised to its planned strength. The division fought at the Eastern Front, suffered heavy losses and was disbanded in 1944.


18th Artillery Division (Wehrmacht) sections
Intro  Operational history  Commanders  Order of battle (December 1943)  References  

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A battery of Hummel 15 cm self-propelled howitzers of the Artillerie-Regiment 88 (mot) ready for firing in 1943

The 18th Artillery Division (German: 18. Artillerie-Division{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}) was a German artillery division formed during World War II in 1943. Being the first independent mobile artillery force it never raised to its planned strength. The division fought at the Eastern Front, suffered heavy losses and was disbanded in 1944.


18th Artillery Division (Wehrmacht) sections
Intro  Operational history  Commanders  Order of battle (December 1943)  References  

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