I've never seen a detailed report on this matter. However a few conclusions can be made.
Germany started the invasion in June 1941 with about 2.2 million men. Casaulties totalled about 1.0 million from all causes by the end of that first year. Replacements were not 100%, so perhaps .5 million were added. That brings the total to 2.7 million men engaged during 1941.
For 1942 a similar number of Germans were engaged plus about .5 million support troops from Romania, Italy, Spain, Hungary and Slovakia. Since most of the Germans were veterans of the '41 campaign we should only add another 1.0 million or so for 1942.
During all this time the Germans were also rotating troops in and out to other fronts, on leave, etc. I suppose you could add another 20% or so to these numbers so that is taken into consideration. Thus you'll be up to 4.3 million individual men engaged at some point in the Russian campaign.
For 1943 I suspect we should estimate a number similar to that of 1942, ie, another 1.0 million new recruits plus the existing veterans.
By 1944 the front was mostly back to the Polish border or Germany proper. Here the number of Germans engaged become very problematic.
Thus I would estimate, very roughly, that between June 1941 and late 1944, about 6.0 million German soldiers were engaged in the fight with the Soviets. German peak strength never topped 3.0 million at any given time, although total numbers at the front sometimes exceeded this due to allied armies.
During World War II Russia fought with the Allied Forces, however during the German invasion of Poland they fought with the Axis Powers.
210 million German soldiers fought in WW1..... or was it 210? i cant remember :D
The Hessians fought with the British.
hi its me! and no us did not fight in russia
American,British,Canadian,French and German soldiers.
some of the places where the Australian soldiers fought in WW1 were-German New Guinea-Western Desert-Gallipoli-The Middle East-France-Belgium-Germany-Northern Russia
Much like Napoleon with his invasion of Russia, Hitler failed horribly. There are numerous reasons, but the important one that you need to know is that the Soviets fought to the death and the Russian winter was brutal.
British and Americans mainly, but the British also got the German on their side ( the German soldiers were called Hessans)
There were German soldiers who fought alongside the British, if that's what you meant... These soldiers were called Hessians.
Redcoats(british), Hessians german soldiers also called mercenaries. These soldiers fought not out of loyalty but for pay
They were called Hessians.
The Hessian Soliders
Danish soldiers. Their numbers were far smaller than the German Wehrmact, however - the preliminary invasion lasted less than 24 hours.
It depends on what branch they were in and where they fought. Some German infantrymen fought from the plains of France to the frozen steppes of Russia and in the deserts of North Africa to Italy.
The Hessians. They were great soldiers because they fought for pay, not loyalty.
The Polish fought back very hard, but the Germans still won.
Around 13 million.
German Generals Were just like German Soldiers. They killed and fought in the war just like everybody else.
20,000,000About 18 million men fought for Germany in World War 2.
us had 160,000 germany had 100,000 us 160,000 soldiers germany 100,000 soldiers
Soldiers fight against another team which is called a war. For example: In WW1, English soldiers fought against the German soldiers.It is not a very nice thing to do because you may die.