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Revision as of 20:36, 27 September 2015

153rd Infantry Division Macerata
Active 1941–1943
Country Italy Regno d'Italia
Kingdom of Italy
Branch Flag of Italy (1860).svgRegio Esercito
Royal Italian Army
Type Infantry
Size Division
Nickname(s) Macerata
Engagements World War II
Insignia
Identification
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Ftr 121 most.jpg
Identification
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Macerata Division collar insignia

The 153rd Infantry Division Macerata was an infantry division of the Italian Army during World War II. The Macerata Division was a Garrison Division formed in December 1941. In June 1942, it was transferred to Slovenia and later moved to Croatia in May 1943, where it conducted anti partisan operations. It was located around Delnice in Croatia when it was captured by the German forces following the Italian surrender to the Allies in September 1943.[1]

Order of battle

  • 121. Macerata Infantry Regiment
  • 122. Macerata Infantry Regiment
  • 153. Artillery Regiment
  • 153. Machine Gun Battalion
  • 153. Anti-Tank Battalion
  • 153. Engineer Battalion
  • 653. Light Motor Transport Section
  • 253. Field Bakery
  • Medical Section
  • Carabinier Section[nb 1][1]

Notes

Footnotes
  1. An Italian Infantry Division normally consisted of two Infantry Regiments (three Battalions each), a Artillery Regiment, a Mortar Battalion (two companies), a Anti Tank Company, a Blackshirt Legion of two Battalions was sometimes attached. Each Division had only about 7,000 men, The Infantry and Artillery Regiments contained 1,650 men, the Blackshirt Legion 1,200, each company 150 men.[2]
Citations
  1. 1.0 1.1 Marcus Wendal. "Italian Army". Axis History. Archived from the original on 2009-05-11. http://www.webcitation.org/5ghdMDGH1. Retrieved 2009-05-07. 
  2. Paoletti, p 170
  • Paoletti, Ciro (2008). A Military History of Italy. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 0-275-98505-9. 
  • Jowett, Phillip. The Italian Army 1040-45 (3): Italy 1943-45. Osprey Publishing, Westminster. ISBN 978-1-85532-866-2. 

Coordinates: 43°18′03″N 13°27′23″E / 43.300746°N 13.456262°E / 43.300746; 13.456262

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