Initially set up for use in the Netherlands under the name Flak Brigade XIX , the brigade staff took over the operational management of all flak regiments stationed in the Holland Air District Command . The command post was in Amsterdam . The Flak Regiment 8 in Rotterdam and the Flak Regiment 111 in Amsterdam were subordinate to him . After the Allied invasion of Normandy , the subordinate regiments of the brigade were reinforced. As of September 20th, 1944
- Flak Regiment 8 (22 medium and light batteries )
- Flak Regiment 87 (32 medium and light batteries) and the
- Flak Regiment 111 (27 medium and light batteries).
Due to the turbulent events and the withdrawal of the Wehrmacht from France, the subordinate regiments were subject to constant fluctuation, so that on December 1, 1944 the
- Flak-Regiment 15
- Flak-Regiment 59
- Flak Regiment 117 and that
- Flak-Regiment 182
were subject. The command post had to be changed several times at this time. He was in Amersfoort at the beginning of October 1944, later in Rheinbach and Waxweiler , until he was stranded in Malbergoft in February 1945 , in Zorn in March 1945 and finally in Frankfurt am Main . Here the brigade staff of the 9th Flak Division was under . By April 27, 1945, the brigade staff was presumably taken prisoner of war by the United States, as it was no longer recorded in a situation survey dated April 27, 1945. 
The Flak Regiment 15 and the anti-aircraft regiment 59 were crushed in early April 1945 by the advancing American troops in the region around Frankfurt and bruised. The Flak Regiment 117 left the 19th Flak Brigade by April and was also broken up in the first days of May 1945. The Flak Regiment 182 took part in the Battle of the Bulge in January 1945 , but then left the brigade and was transferred to the Eastern Front. At the end of the war it was in Ludwigslust , where the remaining units surrendered to the American troops.
|Major general||Hugo Schörgi||Spring 1943 to August 2, 1944|
|Oberst||Werner Huck||August 3, 1944 to November 22, 1944|
|Oberst||Ernst Schluchtmann||November 23, 1944 to January 1945|
|Oberst||Paul Moeschke||February 1945 to break up|
- Karl-Heinz Hummel: The German flak cartillery 1935-1945. Your major formations and regiments . VDM, Zweibrücken 2010, ISBN 978-3-86619-048-1 , p. 159.