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Foglio Matricolare translation

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Posted 24 August 2009 by Giuseppe

Ciao a tutti

Im having some trouble translating my Nonno's army papers ...i cant make out the style of writing they have used, bits of it i can read but most i cant.

Also matricola no: 9333? would that be a service number?

mille grazie

Giuseppe
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Posted 24 August 2009 by Lupo Solitario

yes: matricola is his service number

my translation as good as possible (central and right columns, the left one is a physical description of your relative):

Enrolement, service and promotion

Levy recruit, class 1920, Trapani District,
Enroled with class 1940 levy call cause called with [unreadable] at personal check as for order n.316. G. 1938 and after that discharged. February 20, 1939

Just attached to Royal Air Force contingent of class 1920 and given at dispo of Royal Army, mobilized with class 1921, January 4, 1941

arrived at 1st Divisional Artillery Regiment January [unreadable], 1941

recovered at Military Hospital of Perugia January 28, 1941

Discharged by hospital and back to unit, proposed for a recovery licence January 30, 1941

Recovery licence of days 180 given January 31, 1941

Recovered at Military Hospital of Palermo for a check up control at the end of licence August 1, 1941

Discharged by hospital and back to unit, August 4, 1941

Joins the operative 1st Artillery Regiment, October [unreadable], 1941

Recovered at Field Hospital n.170 November 11, 1941

Discharged by hospital and sent in recovery licence of days 50, December 27, 1941

Attached to Depot of 1st Artillery Regiment, December 28, 1941

He is no more on a War State territory and part of a operative unit December 28, 1941

Recovered at Military Hospital of Palermo for a check up control at the end of licence February 24, 1942

Discharged by hospital and declared “fit for full service” February 26, 1942

Back to unit, February 27, 1942

Transferred to 151st Divisional Artillery Regiment operative (sheet n.1321 dated…) March 10, 1942

Back in War State territory, March 11, 1942

Sent to Dalmatia and embarked at Ancona on ship “Donizetti”, March 16, 1942

Land at Zara, March 16, 1942

Embarked at Zara on ship Donizetti March 17, 1942

Land at Sebenico March 17, 1942

Recovered at Field Hospital n. 48 April 20, 1942

Discharged by hospital and sent to Military Hospital of Trieste April 23, 1942

Leave to Italy, embarked at Spalato April 23, 1942

Land at Fiume April 23, 1942

Discharged by hospital declared “fit for sedentary duties only” April 24, 1942

no more on a War State territory
 

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Posted 25 August 2009 by Giuseppe

Grazie

how can i find out what the other documents refer to?
 
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