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28 Jan 2012

Anigrand Craftswork

Anigrand Craftswork

About

Anigrand Craftswork is a manufacturer of quality resin model kits established in Hong Kong since 2002. We specialize in unusual, experimental, and conceptual aircraft and spacecraft. Most of these subjects have never been kitted before and today can only be found under the Anigrand brand name.

Products

Modern, planes
Science Fiction, planes
World War II, planes

Anigrand Craftswork Pictures

Anigrand Craftswork Website

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Address

Anigrand Craftswork
P.O. Box 89571
Kowloon City
Kln
Hong Kong

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Email

email@anigrand.com

Manufacturers

22 Jan 2012

305th Infantry Division







Formed late in 1940. In western France from the end of 1941 until the beginning of May 1942, when it left for the Russian front, southern sector. Virtually destroyed at Stalingrad.

Commander

Generalleutnant Kurt Oppenländer, from 12 April 1942 to 1 November 1942

Generalleutnant Kurt Oppenländer
Kurt Oppenländer














Generalleutnant Bernhard Steinmetz, from 1 November 1942

576 Infantry Regiment
577 Infantry Regiment
578 Infantry Regiment
305 Reconnaissance Battalion
305 Artillery Regiment
305 Pionier Battalion
305 Anti-Tank Battalion
305 Signal Battalion

Auxiliary unit number 305
Home Station Wein (Wkr. V)

389th Infantry Division

Formed in the winter of 1941-42. In action on the Southern Russian front from May 1942. Virtually destroyed at Stalingrad.

Commander 

Generalleutnant Erwin Jaenecke, from 1 February 1942 to 1 November 1942

Generalleutnant Erwin Jaenecke
Erwin Jaenecke














Generalmajor Erich Magnus, from 1 November 1942 to 19 January 1943

Generalmajor Erich Magnus
Erich Magnus














Generalmajor Martin Lattmann, from 19 January 1943 to 1943

Generalmajor Martin Lattmann
Martin Lattmann














544 Infantry Regiment
545 Infantry Regiment
546 Infantry Regiment
389 Artillery Regiment
389 Pionier Battalion
389 Anti-Tank Battalion
389 Reconnaissance Battalion
389 Signal Battalion

Auxiliary unit number 389
Home Station

389th Infantry Division, Photos
389th Infantry Division, Doc

384th Infantry Division







Formed in the winter of 1941-42. In action on the Southern Russian front from May 1942. Virtually destroyed at Stalingrad.

Commander

Generalleutnant Kurt Hoffmann, from 10 January 1942 to 12 February 1942

534 Infantry Regiment
535 Infantry Regiment
536 Infantry Regiment
384 Artillery Regiment
384 Pionier Battalion
384 Anti-Tank Battalion
384 Reconnaissance Battalion
384 Signal Battalion

Auxiliary unit number 384
Home Station IV

384th Infantry Division, Photos
384th Infantry Division, Doc

376th Infantry Division

Completed formation in France in May 1942; then transferred to the Russian front, where it operated in the southern sector.Virtually destroyed at Stalingrad.

Commander

Generalleutnant Alexander Edler von Daniels, from 1 April 1942 to 31 January 1943

Generalleutnant Alexander Edler von Daniels
Alexander Edler von Daniels














672 Infantry Regiment
673 Infantry Regiment
767 Infantry Regiment
376 Reconnaissance Battalion
376 Artillery Regiment
376 Pionier Battalion
376 Anti-Tank Battalion
376 Signal Battalion

Auxiliary unit number 376
Home Station Wein (Wkr. VII)

376th Infantry Division, Photos
376th Infantry Division, Doc

371st Infantry Division







Completed formation in France in May 1942, and then transferred to the Russian front, where it operated in the southern sector. Virtually destroyed at Stalingrad.

Commander

Generalleutnant Richard Stempel, from 1 April 1942

669 Infantry Regiment
670 Infantry Regiment
671 Infantry Regiment
371 Reconnaissance Battalion
371 Artillery Regiment
371 Pionier Battalion
371 Anti-Tank Battalion
371 Signal Battalion

Auxiliary unit number 371
Home Station Wein (Wkr. VI)

20 Jan 2012

10mm American Civil War Project