Italian Forces

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Battle Of The Duisburg Convoy - Italian Forces
... two German vessels, SS Duisburg (7,889 t) and SS San Marco (3,113 t) and three Italian - the MV Maria (6,339 t), SS Sagitta (5,153 t) and MV Rina Corrado (5,180 t). 34,473 tons of munitions, fuel in barrels, and their associated crew and troops for the Italian and German forces in Libya ...
Axis Leaders Of World War II - Kingdom of Italy (1940-1943), Italian Social Republic (1943-1945)
... Mussolini was later Head of State of the Italian Social Republic (regime under control of Nazi Germany), that succeeded the Kingdom of Italy in the Axis between 1943 and 1945 ... Italy and the supreme head, with Mussolini, of the Italian Army ... He led the Italian Army during the Second Italo-Abyssinian War ...
Battle Of Santander - Timeline
... Valdecebollas (Palencia) and Cuesta Labra, trying to cut off the Republican forces south of the Cantabrian Mountains ... Italian forces advance from Burgos to Lanchares and San Miguel de Aguayo (Cantabria). 17 August Italian forces take El Escudo Pass and join the rest of the forces at San Miguel de Aguayo ...
Battle Casualties Of World War II - North Africa 1940-41
... Opposing forces September 1940 ... Sidi Barrani December 1940- Allied forces totaled 31,000 men, 120 guns and 275 tanks one UK division, one Australian division and two Indian brigades ... Italian forces totaled 5 divisions and 100,000 men ...
Balkans Campaign (World War I) - Italian Campaign
... Italian forces in 1916 recruited Albanian irregulars to serve alongside them ... Epirus on 23 August 1916, forcing the neutralist Greek Army to withdraw its occupation forces from there ... By 31 October 1918, French and Italian forces expelled the Austro-Hungarian Army from Albania ...

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