The Spanische-Freiwilligen-Kompanie der SS 102 is believed to have been formed in the spring of 1945 from former soldiers of 250. Infanterie-Division (División Azul)).
The fate of this units is unclear, but it may have fought in the battle of Berlin with Spanische-Freiwilligen-Kompanie der SS 101.

Some sources suggest that this unit was not part of the Waffen-SS but instead a part of the Heer as Freiwilligen-Kompanie (Spanische) 102.

Order of battle

4 x Rifle platoon
Staff platoon

Sources used

Wayne H. Bowen - The Ghost Battalion: Spaniards in the Waffen-SS, 1944-1945
Antonio J. Munoz - Forgotten Legions: Obscure Combat Formations of the Waffen-SS

Reference material on this unit

Miguel Ezquerra - Berlin a vida o muerte
M. Gil Martínez - The Spanish in the SS and Wehrmacht, 1944-1945: The Ezquerra Unit in the Battle of Berlin
Jean-Pierre Sourd - True Believers: Spanish Volunteers in the Waffen-SS 1944-1945

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