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Table No. 1.—State and establishment of Army Corps Headquarters Staffs and of Infantry and Cavalry Divisions

These tabular statements do not form a fixed establishment to be imposed on Germany, but the figures contained in them (number of units and strengths) represent maximum figures, which should not in any case be exceeded.

I.—Army Corps Headquarters Staffs.

UNIT. MAXIMUM NO. AUTHORISED. MAXIMUM STRENGTHS OF EACH UNIT.
Officers. N.C.O.’s and Men.
Army Corps Headquarters Staff 2 30 150
Total for Headquarters Staffs 60 300
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II.—Establishment of an Infantry Division.

UNIT. MAXIMUM NO. OF SUCH
Units in a Single Division.
MAXIMUM STRENGTHS. OF EACH UNIT.
Officer. N.C.O.’s and men.
Headquarters of an infantry division 1 25 70
Headquarters of divisional infantry 1 4 30
Headquarters of divisional artillery 1 4 30
Regiment of infantry 3 70 2,300
(Each regiment comprises 3 battalions of infantry. Each battalion comprises 3 companies of infantry and 1 machine-gun company.)
Trench mortar company 3 6 150
Division squadron 1 6 150
Field artillery regiment 1 85 1,300
(Each regiment comprises 3 groups of artillery. Each group comprises 3 batteries.)
Pioneer battalion 1 12 400
(This battalion comprises 2 companies of pioneers, 1 pontoon detachment, 1 searchlight section.)
Signal detachment 1 12 300
(This detachment comprises 1 telephone detachment, 1 listening section, 1 carrier pigeon section.)
Divisional medical service 1 20 400
Parks and convoys 14 800
Total for infantry division 410 10,830

III.—Establishment of a Cavalry Division.

UNIT. MAXIMUM NO. OF SUCH
Units in a Single Division.
MAXIMUM STRENGTHS OF EACH UNIT.
Officers. N.C.O.’s and men.
Headquarters of a cavalry division 1 15 50
Cavalry regiment 6 40 800
(Each regiment comprises 4 squadrons.)
Horse artillery group (3 batteries) 1 20 400
Total for cavalry division 275 5,250