History of the 56th Infantry Division:
The 56 Infantry Division Casale was a regular Infantry Division of the Italian Army during World War II . The Casale Division was sent to Albania in March 1941. Following the Battle of Greece it was used as an occupation force in Greece, until it was disbanded after the Italian surrender to the Allies in September 1943. [1 ]Commander
General Enea Navarrini [2 ]Order of battle 11. Casale Infantry Regiment 12. Casale Infantry Regiment 311. Infantry Regiment 56. Artillery Regiment 23. CCNN Legion 56. Mortar Battalion 156. Anti-Tank Company 56. Signal Company 47. Pioneer Company 60. Medical Section 5. Supply Section 41. Field Bakery 48. Carabinieri Section 49. Carabinieri Section
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