The 349th Infantry Division was a German military unit which fought during World War II.
The division was originally formed on 25 November 1943 in Wehrkreis I (East Prussia), and fought mostly on the Eastern Front, being effectively destroyed near Zolochiv by the Soviet Army's Lvov-Sandomierz Offensive.
The division was reformed in September 1944 to the Volksgrenadier standard, being listed as commanded by Major-General Karl Koetz. During the East Prussian Offensive in January 1945, it was encircled in the Heiligenbeil pocket near Mehlsack and destroyed.
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