04 September 2016

0189 | Photo | Festungs-Brigade 963



Syrmian Front. Smiling Partisans, members of the XIII Proletarian Brigade (I Proletarian Division), escort captured Germans near the village of Bapska, after the breakthrough of the Nibelung Line. The prisoners are members of the 963rd Fortress Brigade, which was commanded by Colonel Clotz and which defended the area from the village of Mohovo to (the vicinity of) Bapska. This unit was composed of three battalions (two of its own and the III Battalion of the 440th Grenadier Regiment) and it fought as part of the 41st Infantry Division. Only one of its battalions survived the Syrmian Front.

Text © Ivan Ž.

Photographer: unknown.
Date: 12 April 1945.
Location: Bapska (Ilok), Yugoslavia.
Original caption: unknown.

File source: Todor Radošević, "13. proleterska brigada 'Rade Končar'" (p. 318).

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Sremski front. Nasmejani partizani, pripadnici XIII proleterske brigade (I proleterske divizije), sprovode zarobljene Nemce kod sela Bapske, posle proboja Nibelunške linije. Zarobljenici su pripadnici 963. tvrđavske brigade, kojom je komandovao pukovnik Kloc i koja je branila područje od sela Mohova do (blizine) Bapske. Ova jedinica se sastojala od tri bataljona (dva sopstvena i III bataljona 440. grenadirskog puka) i borila se u sastavu 41. pešadijske divizije. Samo je jedan od njenih bataljona preživeo Sremski front.

Tekst © Ivan Ž.

Fotograf: nepoznat.
Datum: 12. april 1945.
Mesto: Bapska (Ilok), Jugoslavija.
Originalni natpis: nepoznat.

Izvor fajla: Todor Radošević, "13. proleterska brigada 'Rade Končar'" (str. 318).

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