The Alpine Jäger Division was set up on March 25, 1945 in the course of the 34th wave of deployment as a so-called shadow division by the military districts VII and XVIII . The division was subordinated to the 1st Army on the Western Front . On April 12, 1945, the division was used to refresh the previously heavily decimated 2nd Mountain Division and the 212th Infantry Division .
- Jäger-Regiment 1 Alpen with 2 battalions
- Jäger-Regiment 2 Alpen with 2 battalions
- mixed artillery battalion Alps
- Pioneer Company Alps
- Panzer destroyer company Alps
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- Georg Tessin : Associations and troops of the German Wehrmacht and Waffen SS in World War II 1939–1945. Volume 14. The Land Forces. Name associations. The air force. Flying bandages. Flak deployment in the Reich 1943–1945. Biblio-Verlag, Bissendorf 1980, p. 32