333rd Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

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333rd Infantry Division
Active 1941–44
Country  Nazi Germany
Branch Army
Type Infantry
Size Division
Engagements World War II

The 333rd Infantry Division was a division of the German Army during World War II. It was formed in November 1941, as a static division from cadres supplied by the 76th Infantry Division and the 293rd Infantry Division.


  • 1940 Belgium
  • 1941-1943 France
  • 1943 Eastern Front
  • 1944 Destroyed Romania



  • 679th Infantry Regiment
  • 680th Infantry Regiment
  • 681st Infantry Regiment
  • 33rd Artillery Regiment
  • 333rd Motorcycle Company
  • 333rd Tank Destroyer Battalion
  • 333rd Engineer Battalion
  • 333rd Signal Company
  • 333rd Divisional Supply Troops


  • Mitcham, Samual German Order of Battle: 291st-999th Infantry divisions page 39–40.
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