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The 151 Infantry Division Perugia was an infantry division of the Italian Army during World War II. The Perugia Division was formed in August 1941 as a garrison division. It was sent on operations to Yugoslavia in December 1941. It was part of the Italian forces committed to the Battle of the Sutjeska. It was then transferred to Albaniamarker in August 1943. Following the Italian surrender in September 1943, some members of the division evaded capture, but 32 officers and 100 soldiers were captured and executed by the Germans.

Order of battle

  • 129. Perugiamarker Infantry Regiment
  • 130. Perugia Infantry Regiment
  • 151. Artillery Regiment
  • 29. CCNN Battaliion
  • 151. Mortar Battalion
  • 151. Machine Gun Battalion
  • 151. Anti-Tank Company
  • 151. Engineer Battalion
  • 59. Signal Company
  • 15. Pioneer Company
  • 151. Medical Section
  • 151. Field Bakery
  • 111. Carabinieri Section
  • 112. Carabinieri Section


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