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105th Motorised Division Rovigo

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Active  1942–1943
Role  Motorised Infantry
Type  Infantry
Size  Division
Country  Regno d'Italia Kingdom of Italy
Branch  Regio Esercito Royal Italian Army

The 105th Motorised Division Rovigo was a Motorised Infantry Division of the Italian Army during World War II. The Division was mobilized in March 1942, and took part in the Italian invasion of Vichy France, as part of the Italian I Corps. It then returned to Italy and surrendered to the German forces in September 1943, after the Italian armistice.

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Italian I Corps for the Invasion of Vichy France

  • 104th Motorised Division Mantova
  • 105th Motorised Division Rovigo
  • 5th Alpine Division Pusteria
  • Order of battle

  • 227. Rovigo Infantry Regiment
  • 228. Rovigo Infantry Regiment
  • 117. Artillery Regiment (mot)
  • 105. Signal Company
  • 80. Pioneer Company
  • References

    105th Motorised Division Rovigo Wikipedia


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