Certain infantry divisions were raised as light infantry divisions (leichte Infanterie-Divisionen) in late 1940 or were renamed light divisions (leichte Divisionen) in late 1941. They were raised to operate in rough terrain, espeically in southeastern Europe. Their infantry regiments were called J#228ger-Regimenter, and in 1942 the light and light infantry divisions were renamed J#228ger divisions.
The JAGER is a German military term that originally referred to light infantry but used in wider usage. It may be translated as “hunter” in the German-speaking slate. The term jagers were used to describe skirmishers, scouts, sharpshooters, and runners.
The term jager came to denote the light infantrymen whose civilian occupations made them perfect to do patrolling and skirmishing, whenever required.
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