The division was part of Army Group South up to June 1944. In August, after being refitted, it was transferred to Army Group North to the Courland area (now Latvia and Lithuania). In January 1945, the Red Army launched a number of major offensives across the Eastern Front.
Much of Army Group North - including 14th Panzer Division - was bypassed and became trapped in the Courland Pocket, and remained there until Germanys surrender in May 1945. The division was disbanded during the last weeks of the war, with its personnel being formed into two panzer brigades. Parts of the division were evacuated to Germany in the last week of the war and surrendered to the Western Allies while those units remaining surrendered to Soviet forces on 10 May 1945.All my items are 100% ORIGINAL! The item "WW2 ORIGINAL German PANTHER TANK TRACK LINK BATTLEFIELD RELIC from KURLAND" is in sale since Monday, August 15, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Germany\Personal, Field Gear".121" and is located in Riga. This item can be shipped worldwide.