Wehrmachtbericht
(Armed Forces Report)
Logistics on the Eastern Front
Unless otherwise noted, all information on this page is either a slide from one of the captured German microfilm rolls, or a direct translation of a slide from one of the captured German microfilm rolls.



Army Group South:

General Quartermaster
Headquarters / November 3rd, 1941
Special orders for the Area (Supply District) Number 158

Southern Outpost
High Command of the Army
Wehrmacht Army High Command
General Quartermaster
Headquarters - November 3rd, 1941

Quartermaster / Commander of the Southern Supply District

I. General
New area of operations
Army High Command Quartermaster Detachment
Army High Command Quartermaster Detachment 11 in Askania Nowa

II. Ammunition
(Supply Service)
Main shipment point - Dnjepropetrowsk

Ammunition available:

1.) Tank Army Headquarters 1

75 Tons of 2 cm (20mm) High Explosive Fragmentation Shells
30 Tons of 7.5 cm (75mm) High Explosive Tank Gun Ammunition
15 Tons of 3.7 cm (37mm) High Explosive Anti-Tank Ammunition
30 Tons of 2 cm (20mm) Armor Piercing Ammunition (Cartridges)
15 Tons of 5 cm (50mm) High Explosive Antitank Ammunition (Cartridges)
9   Tons of Nebelwerfer High Explosive Ammunition (Already Allocated)
(The annotation bracket indicates that this ammunition has already been allocated.)
20 Rounds of 15 cm K39 Heavy Artillery Impact Fuze (Heavy Gun)
22 Rounds of 15 cm K39 Heavy Artillery (DZ) Fuze
64 Rounds of 21 cm Mortar Cannon 18 Impact Fuze
55 Rounds of 21 cm Mortar Cannon 18 (DZ) Fuze (Time delayed double stage artillery fuses=DZ)
7,936 Rounds of LP361 Special Signal Pistol Ammunition

Transmitted as teletype message on 11/1/1941 & 11/2/1941.
Transmitted through teletype machine 11/2/1941.

2.) Army High Command 17

10,000 318 Anti-Tank Rifle Cartridges

Transmitted as teletype message on 11/2/1941.
Transmitted through teletype machine on 11/2/1941.

III.) Administrative

1.) Payment of ration/food money for self-catering - see attachment #1.
2.) Delivery and receipt of rations - see attachment #2.
3.) Recipes for cooking of supplies, which have been taken from the region/countryside - see attachment #3.



 
T311, Roll 263, Slide 1056.  Translation by Matthew Denn.


T311, Roll 263, Slide 1057.  Translation by Matthew Denn.




T-311, R-264 (1), Frame 512.  This shows the organization and structure of the Quartermeister section of Army Group South.  English translation coming soon. 

T-311, R-264 (1), Frame 447.  The chart above shows the composition of Supply District South on November 6, 1941.  See the keys below for a better understanding of what each symbol represents.

  
 Key for the chart above
 
 Key for the chart above