The 2. Infantry Division (also 2. Division Škultéty) took part in the invasion of Poland 1939 and was reinforced with an armored company, it took part in clearing and securing the area occupied by Slovak forces.
It was used to form the Security Division in 1941.

A new 2. Infantry Division was formed in 1943.

See also the 2. Infantry Division of the Army of Eastern Slovakia / Slovak National Uprising.

Commander

General Alexander Čunderlík

Order of battle (1 May 1940)

Infantry Regiment 6
Infantry Regiment 8
Infantry Regiment 9
Artillery Regiment 2
Cavalry Group
Engineering Regiment
Signals Unit
Automobile Regiment II Group

 

Order of battle (1 October 1940)

Infantry Regiment 4
Infantry Regiment 5
Infantry Regiment 6
Artillery Regiment 2
Cavalry Group
Engineering Battalion
Signals Battalion
Automobile Battalion
Military Hospital
Armory
Quartermasters Depot

 

Sources used

Mark W. A. Axworthy - Axis Slovakia: Hitler's Slavic Wedge, 1938-1945
Charles K. Kliment & Bretislav Nakládal - Germany's First Ally: Armed forces of the Slovak state 1939-1945
George F. Nafziger - The German Order of Battle: Waffen SS and other units in World War II

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