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Order of battle at Beiping–Tianjin

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Peiking Tientsin Operation (July–August 1937) from the Battle of Beiping-Tianjin in the Second Sino-Japanese War.

Contents

Empire of Japan

Japanese China Garrison Army

  • Lt. General Kanichiro Tashiro (1 May 1936 – 12 July 1937)
  • Lt. General Kiyoshi Katsuki (12 July 1937 – 26 August 1937)
  • China Garrison Infantry Brigade ("Kawabe Brigade") - Major General Masakazu Kawabe
  • 1st China Garrison Infantry Regiment
  • 2nd China Garrison Infantry Regiment
  • China Garrison Cavalry Unit
  • China Garrison Artillery Regiment
  • China Garrison Engineer Unit
  • China Garrison Armored Unit (17 tanks?)
  • China Garrison Signal Unit
  • China Garrison Army Hospital
  • IJA 5th Division - General Seishirō Itagaki
  • 9th Infantry Brigade
  • 11th Infantry Regiment
  • 41st Infantry Regiment
  • 21st Infantry Brigade
  • 21st Infantry Regiment
  • 42nd Infantry Regiment
  • 5th Mountain Artillery Regiment
  • 5th Cavalry Regiment
  • 5th Engineer Regiment
  • 5th Transport Regiment
  • IJA 20th Division – Lieutenant General Bunsaburo Kawakishi
  • 39th Infantry Brigade
  • 77th Infantry Regiment
  • 78th Infantry Regiment
  • 40th Infantry Brigade
  • 79th Infantry Regiment
  • 80th Infantry Regiment
  • 26th Field Artillery Regiment
  • 28th Cavalry Regiment
  • 20th Engineer Regiment
  • 20th Transport Regiment
  • IJA 1st Independent Mixed Brigade ("Sakai Brigade") - Lieutenant General Sakai Koji
  • 4th Tank Battalion
  • 12 Type 89 Medium Tanks
  • 13 Type 95 Light Tanks
  • 12 Type 94 Tankettes
  • 4 Armored Engineer Vehicles
  • 1st Independent Infantry Regiment
  • 1st Independent Artillery Battalion
  • 1st Independent Engineer Company
  • IJA 11th Independent Mixed Brigade ("Suzuki Brigade")- Lieutenant General Shigiyasu Suzuki
  • 11th Independent Infantry Regiment
  • 12th Independent Infantry Regiment
  • 11th Independent Cavalry Company
  • 11th Independent Field Artillery Regiment
  • 12th Independent Mountain Gun Regiment
  • 11th Independent Engineer Company
  • 11th Independent Transport Company
  • East Hopei Army
  • 1st Corps (Tungchow) 4,000 men
  • 2nd Corps (Tsunhua) 4,000 men
  • 3rd Corps (Tungchow) 4,000 men
  • 4th Corps (Tsunhua) 4,000 men
  • Training Corps (Tungchow) 2,000 men
  • Temporary China Area Aviation Division (Chugoku-Homen Rinji Hikoshidan). General Yoshitoshi Tokugawa.
  • 1st Army Air Battalion (reconnaissance) Ki-3, Ki-4
  • 2nd Army Air Battalion (fighter aircraft) Ki-10
  • 3rd Army Air Battalion (long range reconnaissance)
  • 5th Army Air Battalion (light bomber) Ki-2
  • 6th Army Air Battalion (heavy bomber) Ki-2
  • 8th Army Air Battalion (fighter) Ki-10
  • 9th Army Air Battalion (heavy bomber) Ki-1
  • 3rd Independent Air Company (heavy bomber)Ki-1
  • 4th independent squadron (reconnaissance)
  • 6th independent squadron (reconnaissance)
  • 9th independent squadron (fighter) Ki-10
  • 1st, 2nd Airfield companies
  • 8th, 9th Signal platoons
  • 1st Truck Transport company
  • 3rd Field aircraft depot
  • Imperial Japanese Navy

  • IJN 2nd Fleet . Admiral Zengo Yoshida
  • Republic of China

    29th Route Army’’’

  • Commander: Sung Che-yuan
  • Deputy: Tung Lin-keh
  • 37th Division (15750 men) - Feng Chih-an
  • Special Operations Regiment
  • 109th Brigade
  • 110th Brigade
  • 111th Brigade
  • Independent 35th Brigade
  • 38th Division (15400 men) - General Chang Tse-chung
  • Special Operations Regiment
  • 112th Brigade
  • 113th Brigade
  • 114th Brigade
  • Independent 26th Brigade
  • 132nd Division (15000 men) - General Chao Teng-yu
  • Special Operations Regiment
  • 1st Brigade
  • 2nd Brigade
  • Independent 27th Brigade
  • Independent 28th Brigade
  • 143rd Division (in Chahar) (15100 men) - General Liu Ju-ming
  • Special Operations Regiment
  • 1st Brigade
  • 2nd Brigade
  • Independent 29th Brigade
  • Independent 31st Brigade
  • Security Brigade
  • 9th Cavalry Division (3000 men) - ?
  • 1st Brigade
  • 2nd Brigade
  • Independent 13th Cavalry Brigade (1500 men)
  • Hopei Peace Preservation Force (Peiwan, 2500 men)
  • Independent 39th Brigade (3500 men)
  • Independent 40th Brigade (3400 men)
  • 53rd Corps - General Wan Fulin

    References

    Order of battle at Beiping–Tianjin Wikipedia


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