52. Feldausbildungs-Division - 52. Feldausbildungs-Division
The division was formed on December 3, 1943 from the staff of the 52nd Infantry Division  and troops from other field training divisions, such as the 390th and 391st , for the Army Group Center as part of the 23rd wave of deployment with stationing in Belarus set up. The formation was only once a shadow division and not as a proper division.
The division existed until its dissolution on April 12, 1944. The grenadier regiments were divided into the 131st , 31st and 331st Infantry Divisions . The staff assigned to Army Group North formed the staff for the 52nd Security Division . 
- Major General Albert Newiger , former commander of the 190th Infantry Division and 112th Infantry Division
- Grenadier Regiment 565 with two battalions (from the 390th and 391st Field Training Division , also known as the Hermanns Regiment )
- Grenadier Regiment 566 with two battalions (from 390th Field Training Division )
- Grenadier Regiment 567 with two battalions (from 391st Field Training Division )
- Panzer-hunters were only as company available
- Samuel W. Mitcham (2007). German Order of Battle. Volume One: 1st – 290th Infantry Divisions in WWII. PA; United States of America: Stackpole Books. S. 100+101, ISBN 978-0-8117-3416-5.
- Nafziger, George F. (2000). The German Order of Battle Infantry in World War II; Greenhill Books, S. 548.
- 52nd Infantry Division / 52nd Field Training Division / 52nd Security Division on EHRI portal from the Federal Archives
- Burkhart Mueller-Hillebrand: Beginning of the campaign against the Soviet Union until the end of the war . ES Mittler, 1954, p. 149 ( google.de [accessed January 1, 2019]).