Technically, that is the schematische kreigsgliederung for Wehrkreis IV, which was a small part of the overall Ersatzheer, but I doubt if that distinction would make much difference to the OPs agenda.histan wrote: ↑08 Oct 2018 00:51In any case, we can make a start.
I apologize for the quality of the images but this is how they came from John Calvin's FTP site - NARA T-78 R-352
This is the overall structure of the Ersatzheer as at 10.08.1944 and so possibly a good start to make changes if you want to take manpower from it and transfer this to the Feldheer.
In any case, the Ersatzheer functionally ceased to exist by 9 April 1945, because exactly what the OP advocates was done , the constituent parts of the training organization of the Ersatzheer were all transferred to the Feldheer, eliminating the capability of the Heer to train and field replacements. See, MI14-149h "Schaffung neuer Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten im Ersatzheer", AHA/Stab II, 9.4.45. The only remaining resources were a few Ersatzabteilungen capable of collecting personnel, organising them as replacement transports and dispatching them to field commands. The only remaining training capability was the few remaining Stammkompanie, which could be expanded to complete training companies by transfer of further personnel from the Feldheer, making Genesene available as NCOs, and drawing personnel from the few remaining shortened training courses. It notes finally that since the Ersatzheer had handed over its entire stock of weapons to the Feldheer, new deliveries were required for forming any new units. None of which happened. By 1 April, the entire Ersatz und Ausbildungs organization of the Ersatzheer numbered just 341,700.
And it didn't make an iota of a difference. It was the proverbial fart in a windstorm at that point.