The cadre of the of SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 24 'Danmark' was provided from the surviving troops from some of the already existing Germanic units in the Waffen SS: Freikorps Danmark and the SS Infanterie Regiment 'Nordland' Almost every volunteers from Nordschleswig, who had served in the Infanterie Regiment 'Nordland' were tranfered to this unit in 1943.
SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 24 'Danmark' saw action almost from day one, as it along with the rest of the III. Germanische SS Panzer Korps was transfered to Croatia few months after the establisment in May 1943 in Grafenwöhr. In Croatia the regiment was heavily engaged in the fightings against partisans in the areas around the cities Petrinja and Glina.
The SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 24 'Danmark' was attached to the 11. Freiwilligen Panzer Grenadier Division 'Nordland' throughout the war. The SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 24 'Danmark' was destroyed with the 'Nordland' Division during the battle of Berlin in April-May 1945.