The German heavy artillery in Macedonia

 

 

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 101

History :

raised on 2 August 1915

sent to Macedonia in September 1915

become 13. Batterie of Reserve Fußartillerie-Regiment 13 on 24 January 1917

Weapons :

schw. Feldhb. 02

Attached to :

101. ID. (9 August 1915 – 27 August 1916)

11. Armee (1 September 1916 – 7 October 1916)

1st Bulgarian Army (13 October 1916 – 26 December 1916)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 103

History :

raised on 2 August 1915

sent to Macedonia in September 1915

become 1. Batterie of Fußartillerie-Bataillone 159 on 18 April 1917

Weapons :

schw. Feldhb. 02

Attached to :

103. ID. (11 August 1915 – 17 April 1916)

11. Armee (22 June 1916 – 1 September 1916)

1st Bulgarian Army (1 October 1916 – 14 April 1917)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 105

History :

raised on 2 August 1915

sent to Macedonia in September 1915

become 10. Batterie of Reserve Fußartillerie-Regiment 6 on 24 January 1917

Weapons :

schw. Feldhb. 13

Attached to :

105. ID. (9 August 1915 – 19 June 1916)

Army Group Mackensen (1 July 1916 – 24 January 1917)

Allocation :

Detachment Kaufmann (18 July 1916 – 9 September 1916)

Brigade Bode (10 September 1916 – 10 October 1916)

Detachment Kaufmann (11 October 1916 – 20 November 1916)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 109

History :

raised on 22 August 1915

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – December 1915

become 9. Batterie of Reserve Fußartillerie-Regiment 8 on 18 April 1917

Weapons :

10cm Kan. 04

Attached to :

11. Armee (21 – 27 September 1915)

III. Armeekorps (11 – 22 October 1915)

Army Group Mackensen (9 December 1915)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 110

History :

raised on 2 August 1915

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – December 1915

sent to Macedonia between 25 Decembeer 1915 and 6 January 1916

become 9. Batterie of Reserve Fußartillerie-Regiment 8 on 18 April 1917

Weapons :

10cm Kan. 04

10cm Kan. 14 (from February 1916)

Attached to :

11. Armee (16 September 1915 – 11 December 1915)

Army Group Mackensen (7 January 1916 – 19 March 1916)

11. Armee (28 March 1916 – 21 December 1916)

Div. Kdo z.b.V. 302 (22 December 1916 – 18 April 1917)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 114

History :

raised on 22 August 1915

sent to Macedonia in September 1915

become 3. Batterie of Fußartillerie-Bataillone 159 on 18 April 1916

Weapons :

10cm Kan. 04

Attached to :

11. Armee (21 September 1915 – 7 October 1916)

11. Armee (13 October 1916)

Army Group Below (1 February 1917)

Allocation :

210. IBrig. (16 December 1915 – 22 February 1916)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 219

History :

raised on 9 April 1915

sent to Macedonia between 16 and 24 March 1916

become 1. Batterie of Landwehr Fußartillerie-Bataillone 38 on 4 November 1916

Weapons :

schw. Feldhb.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (24 March 1916)

11. Armee (29 April 1916 – 4 November 1916)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 340

History :

raised on 1 July 1915

sent to Macedonia between 16 and 24 March 1916

become 2. Batterie of Landwehr Fußartillerie-Bataillone 38 on 4 November 1916

Weapons :

schw. Feldhb.

Attached to :

11. Armee (24 March 1916 – 7 October 1916)

1st Bulgarian Army (13 October 1916 – 4 November 1916)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 491

History :

raised on 16 September 1915

sent to Macedonia between 16 and 24 March 1916

become 3. Batterie of Landwehr Fußartillerie-Bataillone 38 on 4 November 1916

Weapons :

schw. Feldhb.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (24 March 1916)

11. Armee (29 April 1916– 29 July 1916)

1st Bulgarian Army (1 August 1916 – 1 September 1916)

11. Armee (1 October 1916– 1 November 1916)

Allocation :

Division Hippel (22 October 1916 – 4 November 1916)

bayerisches Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 492

History :

raised on 14 September 1915

sent to Macedonia between 16 and 24 March 1916

become 3. Batterie of bayerisches Fußartillerie-Bataillone 14 on 16 January 1917

Weapons :

schw. Feldhb. 02

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (24 March 1916)

11. Armee (29 April 1916– 7 October 1916)

1st Bulgarian Army (13 October 1916 – 26 December 1916)

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 629

History :

raised on 19 December 1915

sent to Macedonia between 16 and 24 March 1916

sent to France in February 1917 and rearmed with 17cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 in May 1917

Weapons :

russ. 15cm Küsten-Kan.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (3 February 1916 – 1 February 1917)

Remarck :

in February 1917 its guns were given to the Varna 15cm L/45 coast battery

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 680

History :

raised on 1 March 1916

sent to Macedonia at beginning of March 1916

sent to France in February 1917 and rearmed with 17cm Kan. in June 1917

Weapons :

russ. 25cm Küsten-Kan.

Attached to :

1st Bulgarian Army (11 March 1916)

Army Group Mackensen (1 July 1916 – 1 February 1917)

Remarck :

in February 1917 its guns were given to the Varna 25cm L/45 coast battery

Fußartillerie-Batterie Nr. 710

History :

raised on 20 March 1916

sent to Macedonia between 16 and 24 March 1916

sent to France in February 1917 and rearmed with 17cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 in April 1917

Weapons :

russ. 15cm Küsten-Kan.

russ. lange 15cm Kan. (from August 1916)

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (31 August 1916 – 1 February 1917)

Remarck :

in February 1917 its 15cm Küsten-Kanonen were given to the Burgas 15cm L/45 coast battery

 

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 1

History :

raised on 25 February 1915

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – October 1915

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

11. Armee (21 September 1915 – 30 October 1915)

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 5

History :

raised on 26 June 1915

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – October 1915

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

11. Armee (21 September 1915 – 11 October 1915)

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 11

History :

raised on 1 May 1916

sent to Romania in mid November 1916

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

9. Armee (25 November 1916 – 1 December 1916)

Army Group Below (11 December 1916)

1st Bulgarian Army (29 December 1916 – 1 September 1918)

Remarck :

in September 1918 the battery gave its guns to the 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 16

History :

raised on 21 August 1916

sent to Macedonia at the end of November 1916

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (1 December 1916)

Army Group Below (11 December 1916)

11. Armee (26 December 1916 – 2 November 1918)

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 20

History :

raised on 11 September 1916 and sent to Macedonia

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

Bulgarian Army (24 September 1916)

11. Armee (1 October 1916 – 26 December 1916)

Army Group Below (1 February 1917)

1st Bulgarian Army (14 April 1916 – 1 September 1918)

Army Group Scholtz (18 September 1918 – 30 October 1918)

Allocation :

Div. Hippel (22 October 1916 – 2 December 1916)

101. ID. (25 February 1917 – 30 June 1916)

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 24

History :

raised on 19 September 1916 and sent to Macedonia

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (1 October 1916 – 13 October 1916)

2nd Bulgarian Army (19 October 1916 – 18 July 1917)

Remarck :

in July 1917 the battery gave its guns to the 3rd Heavy Artillery Regiment

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 25

History :

raised on 19 September 1916 and sent to Macedonia

sent to France in March 1917

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

Bulgarian Army (7 October 1916)

Army Group Mackensen (1 November 1916 – 1 March 1917)

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 37

History :

raised on 13 March 1917 and sent to Romania

sent to France in the mid-April 1917

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (13 March 1916 – 14 April 1917)

schwere 15cm-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 39

History :

raised on 13 March 1917 and sent to Romania

sent to France at the beginning of October 1917

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

3rd Bulgarian Army (1 May 1917 – 1 October 1917)

 

kurze Marine-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 1

History :

mobilized on 2 August 1914

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – October 1915

Weapons :

2 – 42cm Mörser L/16 (Gamma-Gerät)

Attached to :

11. Armee (30 September 1915 – 11 October 1915)

kurze Marine-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 4

History :

raised on 18 October 1914

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – October 1915

took part in the invasion of Romania in August 1916 – March 1917

Weapons :

1 – 42cm Mörser L/16 (Gamma-Great)

Attached to :

11. Armee (30 September 1915 – 11 October 1915)

Army Group (18 August 1916 – 1 March 1917)

kurze Marine-Kanonen-Batterie Nr. 6

History :

raised in June 1915

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – October 1915

Weapons :

2 – 42cm Mörser L/12 (M-Gerät)

Attached to :

11. Armee (27 September 1915 – 15 October 1915)

schwere-Küsten-Mörser-Batterie Nr. 2

History :

mobilized on 2 August 1914

sent to Romania in November 1916

sent to Mainz in March 1917

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (12 – 25 November 1916)

9. Armee (1 – 5 March 1917)

schwere-Küsten-Mörser-Batterie Nr. 3

History :

mobilized on 2 August 1914

sent to Romania in October 1916

sent to Mainz in January 1917

Weapons :

15cm Schnelllade-Kan. L/40 i.R.L.

Attached to :

Army Group Mackensen (28 October 1916 – 1 January 1917)

schwere-Küsten-Mörser-Batterie Nr. 6

History :

raised on 2 September 1914

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – October 1915

Weapons :

1 – 30,5cm Haub. L/17 i.R.L.

Attached to :

11. Armee (30 September 1915 – 11 October 1915)

schwere-Küsten-Mörser-Batterie Nr. 8

History :

raised in January 1915

took part in the invasion of Serbia in September – October 1915

Weapons :

1 – 28 cm Haub. L/14 i.R.L.

Attached to :

11. Armee (22 September 1915 – 1 November 1915)

 

Arko

DivKdo z.b.V.

Genkdo z.b.V.

Artillerie Kommandeur  = Artillery Commandant

Divisionkommando für besonderen Verwendung = Divisional Command for special purpose

Generalkommando für besonderen Verwerdung = General Command for special purpose

 

Remarks :

All the dates in this page are according the western – Gregorian – calendar.