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C.A Gruppo(i) in Divisione 133 Littorio

#1 User is offline   david 

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Posted 16 February 2006 - 01:31 AM

Does anyone have any information on any C.A Gruppo(i) or even Compagnia that served with, or was attatched to, Divisione Littorio, any time during 1942?

Thanks. :)
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Posted 16 February 2006 - 02:51 PM

8th btr c.a 20mm /132th rgt art. that served as unit corp with XX CdA;
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Posted 16 February 2006 - 03:04 PM

Any thing else?

I had heard of a CDVI Gruppo (a.k.a V Gruppo) but have no idea of it's composition. I have also heard of a 406th Batteria. Are they one and the same I wonder?
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Posted 16 February 2006 - 07:25 PM

The Littorio file card is one of those I pulled out and put into another stack for further updating and checking; so treat this as unconfirmed info, and it is a bit confusing, so bear with me:

Initially I show the 133. & 143. AT cos (47/32), also referred to as 1. & 2. cos. I also show two 20mm btrys, but they are only numbered 7 & 8, that is, within the art. reg. numbering sequence. In March, '42, I show the DLIV & DLVI Articelere Btns joining the division, each with 16 Semo 75/18s. Also, the IV/21. Art. Reg. was sent from Italy and was only temporarily attached to the division.

I also have notes with the infamous "?" regarding a 5. 20mm btry and a 406. 20mm btry. The XXIX. AA Btn with 88/55 guns was also apparently attached, and perhaps even made a permanent part of the division at some in the Fall of '42. It "could" be that I have more info in other notes, and that's why I pulled the card.
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Posted 16 February 2006 - 07:49 PM

I will watch this space for developments/confirmation!

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In March, '42, I show the DLIV & DLVI Articelere Btns joining the division, each with 16 Semo 75/18s.


I have them as arriving in July/August 1942 with just 10 Semovente each. With another 5 each arriving Sep 1942?

I too have a "?" !!
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Posted 23 February 2006 - 12:27 AM

Who do we think is right?
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Posted 23 November 2012 - 11:55 PM

I am also still searching for 20mm Compagnia c.a within Littorio from it's arrival in N.A to September 1942.
Does anyone have any informtion please?
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