Italian Military Records – NARA Microfilm Series

The document below is a guide to the Italian military records seized by the Allies after the war. These NARA files were microfilmed before the original files were returned to Italy in 1967. The NARA files contain a wide variety of documents covering the Italian Armed Force from 1939-1943. The guide also contains a brief description of the organization of the Italian Armed forces based on the War Department’s Handbook on the Italian Military Forces and Order of Battle of the Italian Army (Washington, DC, 1943).

Many thanks to Comando Supremo forum member Brad Hunter for providing this guide for all to use.

Publication Number: T-821

Publication Title: Collection of Italian Military Records, 1935-1943

Date Published: 1967

Collection of Italian Military Records, 1935-1943

Introduction

Reproduced on the 514 rolls of this publication, T-821, is a three-part Guide prepared by members of the staff of the National Archives to describe seized World War II records of the Italian Armed Forces presently in the care of the National Archives. The records cover the years of World War II through 1943 and include some prewar material.

The main part of the seized records of the Italian Armed Forces was taken by German military forces from several depositories in various parts of Italy after the surrender of the Italian Government to Allied Forces in September 1943. these records were administered by the Aktensammelstelle Süd, a records center originally located at Ingolstadt and later at Munich, which was under the jurisdiction of the Heeresarchiv Potsdam. In 1945 the records were captured by U.S. Forces during the campaigns in North
Africa and Sicily in 1942 and 1943, and Italian Navy records.

All folders containing Italian records held by the Aktensammelstelle Süd were assigned consecutive numbers preceded by the symbol IT (for Italy). These numbers extend from IT 1 through IT 5463. Folders numbered IT 5464 through 6060 were also in the custody of the Aktensammelstelle but had not been assigned numbers at the time of the capitulation of Germany in May 1945. Later they were given IT numbers by personnel in Germany under U.S. Army supervision. All other folders containing Italian records were assigned IT numbers in the National Archives as an extension of the Aktensammelstelle Süd system. Thus items IT 6061 through 6533 are Italian Air Force manuals, items IT 6534 through 6653 are Italian Army manuals, items IT 6654 through 6680 are miscellaneous folders of Italian origin culled from seized German records, items IT 6700 through 6823 are records of Italian combat units captured by U.S. Forces, and items IT 6824 through 6833 are Italian Navy records (Numbers 6681 through 6699 were left open). The entire collection totals 502 cubic feet of records.

The greater part of the records that were held by the Aktensammelstelle Süd are those of the Italian Army, although included are many items whose provenance is the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces (Army, Navy, and Air Force) and other high-level records relating to the Military Establishment as a whole or to the Italian Air Force of Navy. Because the Aktensammelstelle records make up the entire contents of Parts I and II and most of Part III, the majority of the records described throughout the Guide are Italian Army records. The division of the Guide into parts is done solely for the convenience of size. Part I contains the descriptions of items IT 1 to 1331, Part II describes items IT 1332 to 4248, and Part III describes items IT 4249 to 6680 and 6700 to 6833.

In microfilming the records the National Archives followed the numerical arrangement established by the Aktensammelstelle Süd. Provenance varies from folder to folder. An index by provenance is at the end of each part of the Guide. Descriptions of the documents contained in the folders were prepared on cards and each card was filmed before the pertinent folder. In addition, the cards for all records on each roll are reproduced at the beginning of the roll.

Only about 60 percent of the Italian records in this collection were microfilmed. When the entire contents of a folder were not filmed, the notation “Filmed selectively” appears at the end of the “Item” description.

Some folders or parts of folders were not filmed because the documents are duplicates or they describe low-level, routine, or obsolete material, such as road building instructions, engineer studies, or routine plans for constructing fortifications. Numbers omitted in the “Item No.” column indicate those items that were not filmed.

The entries in the Guide are based on the card descriptions. The first column gives the provenance. If the provenance is not discernible, the originating office, if this can be determined, is given as the provenance. In the second column, under “Item,” the title of the folder is given first, followed by a description of the item, including dates. The “Item No.” is the IT identification number that appears on the original folder. The “Roll” refers to the microfilm roll number, and “1st Frame” indicates the frame number of the first page of the item.

The microfilm may be consulted at the National Archives, where it is identified as Microcopy No. T821. A small number of records of the Italian Ministry of War, Chief of Staff of the Italian Navy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Air Ministry, and Air Attaches in Tokyo and Berlin are described in Guide No. 6 in the series of Guides to German Records Microfilmed at Alexandria, Va. (T-82, Rolls 158 and 159). Other related records in the same series of Guides are those of the German General with the Italian 8th Army
and of the Deputy General Armed Forces in Italy, which are described in Guide No. 38 (T-501, Rolls 323-345) and of the Army of Liguria described in Guide No. 48 (T-312, Rolls 111 and 1652). Additional information regarding the Aktensammelstelle Süd is in the records of the Chef der Heeresarchive in the German Army High Command, described in Guide No. 12 (T-78, Roll 8).

Organization of the Italian Armed Forces

The following information is based largely on material in the War Department’s Handbook on the Italian Military Forces and Order of Battle of the Italian Army (Washington, DC, 1943). For additional information see Howard McGaw Smyth, “The Command of the Italian Armed Forces in World War II,” in Military Affairs, Vol. XV, No. 1.

Italian High Command

The Armed Forces (Forze Armata) of Italy were regarded as a single service and comprised the following branches: the Royal Army (Regio Esercito), the Royal Navy (Regia Marina), the Royal Air Force (Regia Aeronautica), the Royal Customs Guards (Regia Guardia di Finanza), and the Fascist Militia (Milizia Volontaria per la Sicurezza Nazionale—MVSN) or Black Shirts (Camicie Nere—CCNN).

The king was the Supreme Commander of all Armed Forces (Commandante Supremo delle Forze Armate dello Stato). In the time of peace he delegated his powers to the Ministers of War, Navy, and Air: in time of war, a Supremo Commander was appointed by Royal decree with the approval of the Council of Ministers. Mussolini, as Head pf the State and Minister of War, Navy, and Air, could determine the selection of the Supreme Commander and exercise direct control over the Armed Forces both in peace and in war. In addition, Mussolini was Chairman of the Supreme Commission of Defense (Commissione Suprema de Difesa), an interministerial and Armed Forces council responsible for the coordination of all policies and practices of total war. Its membership comprised the highest officials of the State and the ranking members of the Armed Forces.

The Supreme Commander carried the title of Chief of the Supreme General Staff (Capo di Stato Maggiore Generale) and was selected from the ranking officers of any branch of the Armed Forces. In the exercise of his functions, he worked in conjunction with the Chiefs of Staff of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force. To facilitate this coordination, his own staff (Stato Maggiore Generale), functioned as a liaison between him and the various services through their ministries and general staffs.

Army High Command

The Commander in Chief of the Army was the Chief of the Army General Staff. Selected from the general officers of the Army, he was appointed by Royal Decree on approval of the Council of Ministers. He served under the Chief of the Supreme General Staff and functioned as a technical advisor to the Minister of War in time of peace. In times of war, he exercised his appointed functions at the headquarters of the armies in the field. He communicated directly with the army and field commanders, commanders of corps areas, and inspectors of the various arms and services. He was assisted by the Deputy Chief of Staff (Sottocapo di Stato Maggiore).

The Army General Staff consisted of three sections, each administered by an Assistant Chief of Staff appointed by Royal Decree: (1) Operations (Sottocapo di Stato Maggiore per le Operazioni), recordkeeping, and intelligence; (2) Administration (Sottocapo di Stato Maggiore Intendente), which supervised organization, mobilization, transportation, and services; and (3) Territorial Defense (Sottocapo di Stato Maggiore per la Difesa Territoriale), which was responsible for all defense including coastal defense as far as it concerned the Army but excluding frontier defense.

Each branch of the Armed Forces had its own General Staff. The Army General Staff (Stato Maggiore dell’ Esercito) was composed of the General Staff Corps (Corpo di Stato Maggiore) and the General Staff Service (Servizio di Stato Maggiore). The head of the General Staff Corps was the Chief of the Army
General Staff. All heads of staff departments of army groups, armies, and corps were members of the General Staff Corps. Since these officers collaborated closely with General Staff Corps, the Chief of the Army General Staff (and through him the Chief of the Supreme General Staff) was kept in close touch with the daily conduct of the war.

Rear Echelon

The functions of a rear echelon in time of peace and war were executed by the Central Administration of the Army, directed by the Under Secretary of State for War. This office comprised the Cabinet and Secretariat, including Office of Generals, Office of Military Publications, Foreign Liaison Section, and Autonomous Company of Carabinieri Reali; General Directorates, including Officer Personnel, Civilian Personnel and General Affairs, Artillery, Engineers, Logistic Services, Medical Services, Chemical Services, and Administrative Services; Superior Directorate for Studying and Testing Engineer Equipment; the General Accounting Office; and the Inspectorate General of Recruiting.

The general supervision of administration, training, organization, armament, and equipment affecting the various arms and services was the responsibility of officers known as inspectorates. Inspectors corresponded in general to the former U.S. chiefs of arms and services. There was Inspectorates of Artillery, Infantry, Engineers, Motorization, Animal and Veterinary Services, Commissary Services, Alpine Troops, and Cavalry Troops. These inspectorates were consulting offices for the Under Secretary of War and the Chief of the Army Staff.

Field and Territorial Commands

For practical reasons—in order to facilitate mobilization, prepare the nation for total war, and especially to free field unit commanders from territorial and administrative responsibilities—the Italian Army was divided into field units (unita di Campagna) and territorial units (enti territoriali). The Field Army was under the direct control of the Chief of the Army Staff and his staff at field headquarters, who devoted themselves primarily to military operations. All other matters were entrusted to the Under Secretary of War (usually a high-ranking army officer) and the Assistant Chief of Staff for Territorial Defense. A permanent home structure was set up in peacetime and carried over, with accelerated and more extensive functions, in time of war.

Regional Organization

Army Commands were represented in peacetime by the army generals designated to command armies in time of war (Generali designate d’Armata). These commanders were responsible under the Minister of War and the Chief of the war in the areas allotted to them.

In time of war, they could be given effective command of an army. The rank of Army General Designate continued to exist in times of war. Army corps areas were responsible in peacetime for all troops, services, headquarters, and other military establishments within the corps area. The headquarters of the corps were stationed within definite areas which were also designated Territorial Defense Commands (Comando di Difesa Territoriale). There were 16 of them at the outbreak of war, as follows: I Turin, II Alessandria, III Milan, IV Bolzano, V Trieste, VI Bologna, VII Florence, VIII Rome, IX Bari, X Naples, XI Udine, XII Palermo, XIII Cagliari, XIV Treviso, XV Genoa, and XVI Messina. They were numbered concurrently with the corps whose headquarters and components they contained in peacetime. There were in addition corps headquarters for four independent corps—Armored at Mantua, Alpine at Trento, Cavalry (Celere) at Padua, and Semi-motorized at Cremona—which were in effect staffs to control the training and organization of the specialized units. They did not have a corresponding territorial defense command.

A number of additional corps were added after the outbreak of World War II, among the following for which we have records: XVIII, with headquarters in Split, Yugoslavia; XIX, with headquarters in Santa Maria Capua Vetere; XX and XXI, which operated in Tripolitania until forced back into Tunisia and destroyed in May 1943; XXIII, with headquarters in Trieste, XXIV, with headquarters in Udine; XXX, with headquarters in Sousse, Tunisia, and destroyed in Tunisia in May 1943; and the XXXV, with headquarters in Bolzano.

The corps areas were originally divided into varying numbers of military zones, of which there were 28 in all, corresponding to the number of divisions of the conscript army. These were in turn subdivided into military districts (Distretti Militari).

Italy was divided into 106 military districts, plus one at Rhodes, four in Libya, six in Italian East Africa, and detached sections at Livorno, Zara, and Tolmezzo.

Organization of Units

Organization of units in the Italian Army was remarkably fluid and elastic. Tables of an organization were rarely followed in practice and were often frankly abandoned in favor of substitute formations loosely called raggruppamenti, a term applied to collections of homogeneous units as well as to combat teams or task forces of a more self-contained nature with components of the various arms and services.

Army Groups (Gruppi d’Armate) and Armies (Armate)

In the time of peace, army groups and armies, with the exception of the Army of the Po, were represented only by the headquarters of the army generals designated to command them in war. In the time of war, the composition of an army group and of an army varied, though the number of corps in an army did not normally exceed four.

The composition of an Army Headquarters (Comando d’Armata) was as follows:

General Staff (Stato Maggiore)
>>>>>>>> Office of the Chief of Staff:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Operations
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Intelligence
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Discipline
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Personnel and Administration
>>>>>>>> Intendance:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Intendant’s Department
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Medical Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Commissariat Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Artillery Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Engineer Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Veterinary Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Rail Transport Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Transport Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Postal Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Roads and Civil Engineering Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Army Timber Directorate
>>>>>>>> Army Artillery Headquarters
>>>>>>>> Army Engineer Headquarters
>>>>>>>> Army Aircraft Headquarters
Headquarters Personnel (Quartiere Generale)
>>>>>>>> Headquarters infantry unit
>>>>>>>> Aircraft signaling station
>>>>>>>> Topographical detachment
>>>>>>>> Photography section
>>>>>>>> Post office
>>>>>>>> Staff car unit (Autodrappello)
>>>>>>>> Eleven mixed Carabinieri sections
>>>>>>>> Mounted Carabinieri section

Army Corps (Corpo d’Armata)

The composition of an army corps was elastic. Divisions were frequently transferred from one corps to another, and an army corps abroad usually comprised divisions different from those which it normally
contained in Italy.

Corps headquarters (Comando di Corpo d’Armata) were organized as follows:

General Staff (Stato Maggiore)
>>>>>>>> Office of the Chief of State
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Operations
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Intelligence
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Discipline and Personnel
>>>>>>>> Corps Artillery Headquarters
>>>>>>>> Corps Engineer Headquarters
>>>>>>>> Intendance:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Corps Transport Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Corps Medical Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Corps Commissariat Directorate
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Corps Veterinary Directoriate
>>>>>>>> Military Tribunal
Headquarters Personnel (Quartiere Generale)
>>>>>>>> Headquarters infantry unit
>>>>>>>> Photography section
>>>>>>>> Staff car unit
>>>>>>>> Mounted Carabinieri section
>>>>>>>> Aircraft signaling station
>>>>>>>> Survey Section
>>>>>>>> Post office
>>>>>>>> Two topographical sections
>>>>>>>> Two mixed Carabinieri sections

In addition to its headquarters components, each corps theoretically comprised the following units, although in practice this was rarely the case:
>>>>>>>> Two, three, or four infantry divisions
>>>>>>>> One motorized machine-gun battalion
>>>>>>>> One artillery regiment
>>>>>>>> One engineer regiment
>>>>>>>> One chemical company
>>>>>>>> One flamethrower company
>>>>>>>> One mortar battery
>>>>>>>> One medical battery
>>>>>>>> One supply company
>>>>>>>> A motor transport center

Divisions (Divisioni)

The Infantry Division was called binary (divisione binaria) because of the incorporation of two infantry regiments instead of the old three-regiment (ternaria) organization. As of March 1, 1940, a Fascist Militia legion of two battalions was attached to the infantry division, partly, it is believed, to increase the amount of infantry in the division and partly to include Black Shirt troops with regular army formations. The legion was, however, described as an independent mobile unit to be used as shock (assalto) troops.

The following was the normal organization of the typical infantry division:

Headquarters
Two infantry regiments
Artillery regiment
Antitank company
Mortar battalion (81 mm.)
Pioneer company
Telegraph and radio company
Medical company
Supply and motor transport company
Militia legion

The strength of a normal division was about 12,500 including 1,350 Black Shirts. Other Italian divisions included the assault and landing division (divisione da sbarco e d’assalto), semimotorized infantry division (divisione fanteria autotrasportabile), motorized infantry division (Trento type) (divisione fanteria motorizzata), mountain infantry division (divisione fanteria da montagna), alpine division (divisione alpina), cavalry division (divisione celere), and armored division (divisione corazzata).

Regiment

The standard Italian infantry regiment (reggimento fanteria) consisted of three rifle battalions and 81-mm. mortar and 47-mm. antitank gun companies. Other regiments included the cavalry (cavalleria), artillery (artiglieria), tank infantry (fanteria carrista), and engineer (genio) regiments.

Fascist Militia (Milizia Volontaria per la Sicurezza Nazionale—MVSN)

The Militia, popularly known as Black Shirts (Camicie Nere-CCNN), was a Fascist party organization whose primary function was the defense and support of the Fascist regime. In 1923 the Militia was declared an integral part of the Armed Forces while retaining its identity as an independent force. Black Shirts were organized under a general headquarters at Rome under Mussolini, with a Chief of Staff as the executive commander. The latter came under the direct orders of the Chief of the General Staff in time of war.

Territorially, the Militia was organized into 14 zone commands in Italy, corresponding roughly to an army corps area in peacetime. No militia zone commands existed overseas.

Frontier Guards (Guardia alla Frontiera—GaF)

Organized into a special corps in 1939, the Frontier Guards were responsible for the defense of frontier districts. Formerly only fortress artillery, under the new organization they were given supporting arms, independence of action, and the primary task of acting as a covering force.

Royal Carabinieri (Carabinieri Reali—CCRR)

The Carabinieri was the senior arm of the regular army. Although trained and occasionally used as fighting troops, their normal function was that of a military police force. The recruiting, discipline, equipment, and armament of the Carabinieri were the responsibility of the Ministry of War, but their police duties were under the Ministry of the Interior.

Royal Customs Guard (Regia Guardia di Finanza

The Customs Guard was an integral part of the Armed Forces, it members being recruited largely from mountaineers with an intimate knowledge of the frontier districts of Italy. The force was under the Minister of Finance except for mobilization, which was under the Minister of War. In the colonies, it was under the local governor.

Royal Navy (Regia Marina)

The Ministry of the Navy, through an Under Secretary of the Navy and a Chief of Staff, controlled the Royal Navy. In addition to its usual naval functions, the Navy had jurisdiction over the coastal defense in the area of navy yards and important naval bases, naval defense zones and naval coastal sectors, the Italian Aegean Islands, the Tuscan Archipelago, and the islands of Saseno and Lagosta Cazza. The Coast Defense Artillery Militia (Milizia Artiglieria Marittima), which was under naval command, was responsible for comprising the Coast Defense. Administratively it was under a combined Militia comprising the Coast Defense Artillery Militia and the Antiaircraft Artillery Militia (Milizia Artiglieria controaeri). For technical matters and those connected with training and employment, it was responsible to the Navy General Staff. Territorial distribution was established by the combined militia headquarters in agreement with the Ministry of the Navy.

At each naval zone, sector, or command, the Navy employed a group of artillery units for defense against ships and aircraft. These tactical commands came directly under their respective Navy headquarters. The Navy also supplied specially trained officers to the Air Force as observers in Air Force units assigned to give air support to the Navy.

San Marco Marine Regiment (I1 Reggimento di San Marco)

A link between the Army and the Navy similar to the U.S. Marine Corps was provided by the San Marco Marine Regiment. This independent command was organized in battalions that served as assault units or, on the coast, as anti-invasion detachments. Ranks in the San Marco Regiment correspond to those in the Army, although the commanding officer was a navy captain. A naval officer commanded each battalion, but an army liaison officer was attached to each for the purpose of coordinating the training of the companies with that of similar departments of the Army.

Royal Air Force (Regia Aeronautica)

The Ministry of Air, through the Under Secretary of State for Air, controlled both the Royal Air Force and civil aviation. For the unity of direction, the officers of the Under Secretary of State and the Chief of the Air General Staff were consolidated. The operational arm of the Air Force, known as the Aeronautical Arm, consisted of the Navigation Branch, the Ground Service Branch, and the Specialist Branch. The Aeronautical Arm was divided into the Aerial Army, which consisted of all air forces designed to carry out aerial warfare, including air defense of the kingdom or any territory under the sovereignty of the state; the Air Force for the Army and the Air Force for the Navy, consisting of air units assigned to the Army and the Navy to furnish air observation, communication, and fire support; and the Air forces for Colonial Garrisons, consisting of air units stationed in the colonies to carry our garrison duties exclusively. Other components of the Air Force were the Aeronautical Engineering Corps, the Aeronautical Commissariat Corps, the Aeronautical Medical Corps, and the Militia School of the Royal Air Force.

The Aerial Army consisted of several air fleets, each of which was organized into air divisions (fighter and bomber), air brigades, air wings, air groups, and bombed and fighter squadrons.

INDEX

Ambrosio, Gen. Vittorio IT 1227, 1229-1232, 1234
Armate
2a Armata IT 184, 216b, 514n-z, 515, 517-524, 524b, 541, 548-551, 577, 580,
584-587, 589-590, 609, 614, 617, 630, 634-636a,d, 637, 654-657
3a Armata IT 660-663, 664a-c, 1011
5a Armata IT 665a-b, 666, 672-674, 680-686, 688, 688a-b, 689-690, 692-694,
699-701, 703-714, 716, 719-723, 727-730, 736, 738-743, 748, 752, 754,
756-759, 761-769, 771-780, 782-786, 790-796, 807, 810, 813-815, 817,
821-822, 823b, 827, 829-830-832-834, 836-838, 840-841, 843-848, 850-
852, 854, 856-858, 865-866, 870-875, 877-887, 889-890, 892-896, 898,
899a-b, 901, 903-904, 913, 915-917, 921, 932, 934, 938, 940, 942, 963-
965, 968, 970-972, 975-980
6a Armata IT 1013, 1025-1026, 1028-1037, 1039, 1043, 1046a-b, 1048-1051,
1053-1054, 1062, 1064-1069, 1071, 1073, 1075, 1077, 1079-1080,
1082, 1084-1092, 1094-1095, 1098-1100, 1102-1106, 1116b, 1118
7a Armata IT 747, 751a-b, 855
8a Armata IT 113, 117, 182
Armata del Po IT 823a, 981, 985, 986a, 988-992, 994-995, 997, 999, 1003-1006, 1008, 1014-1015
XXXIII˚ Battaglione
“Montone” IT 133
Capo di Stato Maggiore IT 130, 1178
Carabinieri Reali IT 116
Caracciolo, Gen. Mario IT 799
Comando Superiore
Aviazione IT 1300-1307
Comando Superiore FF. AA.
“Slovenia-Dalmazia” IT 514a-m, 525-529, 533, 535, 539, 542-543, 546-547, 554-555, 557-
558, 560-564, 568, 570, 574-575, 578-579, 581-583, 588, 591-595,
597-606, 608, 610-613, 615, 616, 618-629, 636b,c,e, 638, 641, 643-
652
Comando Supremo IT 9a, 10a-h, 11, 17-19, 24-26, 94-95, 96a-b, 99a-c, 100-101, 103, 105-109, 164, 165, 167-168, 170-172, 174, 176-177, 180, 236a, 1119-1121, 1122a-b, 1123-1136, A1136, 1137, A1137, 1138, A1138, 1139, A1139, 1140, A1140, 1141, A1141, 1142, A1142, A1143-1146, 1147, A1147,
A1148-1155a, A1156, A1157-A1158a, A1159-A1168, A1170-A1175, 1176-1177, A1177-A1180, 1181, A1181, 1182, A1182, A1183, 1184, A1184-A1185, 1185, 1186, A1186, 1187, A1187, 1188, A1188, A1188a, A1189-A1190, 1191, A1191-A1193, 1192, A1194, 1194-1195, A1195, 1195a, 1196, A1198, 1198a-f, A1199, 1199a-b, A1200, 1200a-b, 1201, A1201, A1202, 1202a-d, 1203, A1203-A1205, 1204, 1206, A1206, 1207-1221, A1207-A1221, 1222-1226, 1228, A1229-A1230, A1232, 1233, A1233-A1235, 1237-1238, 1241-1242, 1244-1246, 1249-1250, 1253-1254, 1257, 1259, 1261-1264, 1267-1281, 1281a-b, 1282, 1283a-c, 1284-1299, 1308-1309, 1310a-b, 1311-1314, 1317, 1320-21, 1323, 1325- 1331
Comando Supremo,
Quartier Generale IT 102, 104
Comando Supremo,
Ufficio Operazioni IT 6b, 6e, 6f, 6g
Commissione Difesa Scrimin IT 446
Commissione Italiana d’
Armistizio con la Francia IT 97a-d
Corpi
II˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 129, 525b
IV˚ Corpo d’Armata,
Bolzano IT 142a, 175
V˚ Corpo d’ Armata IT 531, 556, 569
VI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 131, 215, 228a-c, 510a, 532, 544, 572-573, 658
XI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 55-56, 79, 81, 83, 86a-b, 87, 545
XI˚ Corpo d’Armata,
Sezione Gnio Militare IT 74, 76
XIII˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 702, 824, 825, 835, 842
XIV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 194, 197, 202, 203, 207, 211, 216, 216a, 217, 230, 237, 237b, 238, 240-241, 254, 274, 278, 281-283, 286-287, 290, 293-294, 301-302, 311a, 352, 285
XVI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 186
XXIV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 85
XXXV˚ Corpo d’ Armata IT 4b, 114-115, 118-120, 123
Corpo d’Armata “Celere” IT 310b
Corpo d’Armata Corazzata IT 1017b
Corpo di Spedizin Italiano
In Russia IT 98
Corpo di Stato Maggiore IT 90a-c, 310a
Difesa Territoriale del VI
Corpo d’Armata IT 509a
Difesa Territoriale di Bologna IT 510b
Difesa Territoriale di Firenze IT 725, 731, 735, 760
Difesa Territoriale di Napoli IT 1024, 1047
Difesa Territoriale di Treviso IT 2, 303, 307, 310c, 310d, 311d-l, 389, 392a-c, 395, 406-412, 508
Difesa Territoriale di Trieste IT 536
Difesa Territoriale d’Udine IT 71, 75, 78, 78b, 84, 89
Divisioni
Divisione di Fanteria
“Arezzo” IT 15
Divisione Fanteria
“Cagliari” IT 7a-e, 8a-b
32a Divisione Fanteria
“Marche” IT 512
Divisione Fanteria
“Puglie” IT 511
Divisione Militare di
Cagliari IT 863b
220a Divisione Costiera IT 696
Governo Generale della Libia IT 20
Gruppo Armate East IT 138, 139a
Gruppo Armate Sud IT 695
Heeresarchiv Munchen IT 21
Ministero degli Affari Esteri IT 169
Ministero dell’Africa Italiana IT A1196
Ministero della Guerra IT 14, 93a-c, 121, 183, 199, 212, 213a-b
Missione Miltare Italiana
Spagna IT 9b
Presidente del Comitato
Geovernativo Germanico IT 23
Presedio Gallo IT 449
Presdiio Monti IT 242, 322, 327, 329, 312, 330, 342, 345, 347, 350, 362, 369, 384b,c,d,f,n,p,r
Reale Missione Militare
Italiana, Zagreb IT 659
Reggimenti
4˚ Reggimento Artiglieria IT 122
6˚ Reggimento Bersaglieri IT 559
8˚ Reggimento Genio IT 691
44˚ Reggimento Fanteria
“Forli” IT 4, 4a
47˚ Reggimento Fanteria IT 132
111˚ Reggimento Costiera IT 697
152˚ Reggimento Costiera IT 698
Reggimento Fanteria
“Cagliari” IT 8c
Servizio Informazioni Militare IT 1081
Sottozona Militare Chiusaforte IT 311b
Stato Maggiore Generale IT 70, A1222-A1226
Stato Maggiore Regio
Esercito IT 3, 6d, 16, 93d, 111, 125, 135, 1012, 1143, 1145, 1159, 1160-1173, 1175, 1179-1180, 1183, A1197
Superaereo IT 11189, 1310
Supermarina IT 173, 1078
Truppe Italiane delle Cicladi IT 5, 6a
Truppe Italiane del Presidio
di Tirana IT 137
Ufficio Generale Malaguti,
Tarvisio IT 509b
Ufficio Lavori del Genio
Militare IT 36, 45b,f, 49, 54, 61-65, 142, 147, 152-153, 156, 159, 224, 304, 387
Zona Militare di Cuneo IT 4c
Zona Militare di Padova IT 310b
Zona Militare di Torino IT 127-128
Zona Militare di Verona IT 1
Undetermined IT 311d, 1156a
Abwehrstelle im Wehrkreis
VII IT 3041
Ambasciata d’Italia a Berlino IT 2255, 3025
Armate
2a Armata IT 3185, 3219-3224, 3226, 3228, 3232-3233, 3237, 3240-3241, 3243- 3253, 3255, 3257, 3259-3261, 3261a-f, 3262, 3264-3265, 3270-3276, 3277a-I, 3293-3294, 3295a-e, 3297, 3299-3301, 3313, 3318, 3320, 3323, 3391
6a Armata IT 3024
8a Armata IT 2010, 2012, 3069, 3071
40˚ Battaglione IT 3215
509˚ Battaglione Territoriale IT 3216
Capo di Stato Maggiore
Generale IT 1592-1596, 1598, 1600
5˚ Centro Automobilistico IT 3205
Centuria Confinaria CC. NN. IT 3403
Comando Settore X IT 3423
Comando Superaereo IT 3020
Comando Superiore Forze
Armata d’Albania IT 1532-1534, 1535a, 1536a, 1538-1547, 1549-1555, 1556a-m, 1557- 1561
Comando Superiore Forze
Armata della Libia IT 3034
Comando Superiore FF. AA.
Grecia IT 3000a-b
Comando Superiore FF. AA.
“Slovenia-Dalmazia” IT 3184, 3267, 3269, 3281, 3288, 3290-3291, 3311, 3316, 3321, 3325- 3327, 3385
Comando Supremo IT 1332-1333, 1335, 1338, 1341, 1343-1344, 1346-1349, 1352-1353, 1355-1360, 1362, 1364-1366, 1368, 1372, 1374-1378, 1381-1382, 1386- 1387, 1389-1390, 1392-1402, 1404-1408, 1410, 1415-1423, 1548, 1572, 1581, 2260-2268, 2272-2280, 2282-2286, 2294-2299, 3028-3033, 3035- 3038, 3046a-c
Comando Supremo, I Reparto IT 1587-1589
Comando Supremo, II Reparto IT 1584-1585
Comando Supremo, S.I.M. IT 3003
Comando Supremo, Ufficio
Carburanti IT 1580
Comando Supremo, Ufficio
Operazioni IT 3001, 3026, 3029, 3042-3045
Comando Supremo, Ufficio
Operazioni C-3 IT 3006-3019, 3022-3023
Comando Supremo, Uficio
Servizi IT 1582
Comando Supremo, Ufficio
Stampa IT 1562-1565
Comando Supremo, Ufficio
Traffico IT 1413, 1567-1571, 1573-1577
Corpi
I˚ Corpo d’Armata di
Torino IT 3411-3412, 3420, 3426, 3438-3439, 3468, 3492, 3495-3496, 3504, 3518, 3526, 3529-3530, 3533a-e, 3537-3539, 3546-3547, 3549, 3553, 3555, 3557, 3596-3599, 3601, 3607, 3609, 3615, 3619-3621, 3624, 3626-3627, 3628a-b, 3630-3632, 3653, 3655-3656, 3659, 3661, 3666,
3669, 3671-3674, 3688-3689, 3692, 3706, 3708-3709, 3719-3720, 3732, 3738, 3742, 3750-3752, 3761, 3764-3765, 3768, 3799-3800, 3817, 3849- 3850, 3890, 3924a, 3927-3928, 3931-3932, 3941, 3942a-b, 3943-3946, 3948-3949, 3952-3959, 3968-3969, 3972-3978, 3979
Comando Artiglieria IT 3089
Comando Genio IT 3980, 4020, 4034, 4111, 4176, 4181, 4219, 4239, 4242, 4245, 4248
Ufficio Lavori del
Genio IT 3996
IV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 1886, 1979, 2007d, 2256
V˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 1836, 1879, 3389
Comando Genio IT 1835, 1837, 1850, 1877, 1880
VI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 1523, 3058
XI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 1524, 3140-3162, 3162a, 3163-3164, 3166, 3168, 3174, 3176-3178, 3180, 3182, 3190-3192, 3196-3201
XVIII˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 1525, 1895, 1904, 1906, 1934, 1961, 1997b, 3324, 3328-3365, 3367- 3368
XIX˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 1939, 1948, 1958, 2007b
XX˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 3005
XXIII˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 3203
XXX˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 2102
XXXV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 3007c, 2287, 2291, 2293, 3066-3067, 3072-3076
Corpo d’Armata
Autotrasportabile IT 3046-3047, 3050-3057, 3059-3063
Corpo d’Armata Celere IT 2013-2018, 2021, 2023-2024, 2026, 2029-2031, 2035-2042, 2044, 2046, 2048-2051, 2056-2057, 2059, 2061-2067, 2070-2074, 2086, 2090- 2091, 2100-2101, 3392-3393
Corpo d’Armata di Trieste IT 3377-3379, 3379a, 3380-3383
Territoriale di Trieste IT 3370, 3375
Corpo di Spedizione Italiano
in Russia IT 2259, 3048-3049, 3064, 3068
Corpo di Stato Maggiore IT 1429, 1461, 1936, 3374
Commissione Difesa
“Palma” (Bolzano) IT 1937, 1940, 1944, 1959
Deutsches
Verbindungskommando IT 3070
Difesa Territoriale di Bolzano IT 1950
Difesa Territoriale di Genova IT 2235
Difesa Territoriale di Trieste IT 1788
Direzione Centrale della
Protezione IT 2093
Divisioni
1a Divisione Celere IT 2068-2069, 3172
2a Divisione Celere IT 2060, 3080
Divisione Corazzata IT 1521-1522
3a Divisione Celere
“P.A.D.A.” IT 2075, 2290
Divisione “Cosseria” IT 2241
Divisione Fanteria
“Bergamo” IT 3263
Divisione Fanteria
“Cacciatori delle Alpi” IT 3170-3171
Divisione Fanteria
“Cuneo” IT 2288
Divisione Fanteria
“Isonzo” IT 3165, 3167
Divisione Fanteria
“Legnano” IT 3124, 3129
Divisione Fanteria
“Lombardia” IT 3179, 3186
Divisione Fanteria
“Taro” IT 2242, 2442a
Divisione Fanteria
“Torino” IT 3065
Divisione “Granatieri di
Sardegna” IT 1603, 1616, 3169
Divisione “Leonessa”
(Brescia) IT 2216, 2219, 2221
Divisione “Lupi di
Toscana” IT 2220, 2225-2227, 2230-2234 Pt I, 2234 Pt II
Divisione “Modena” IT 2236-2237
Divisione Militare del
Brennero IT 3406
Divisione “Sforzesca” IT 3208, 3950
223 Divisione Costiera IT 3078-3079, 3081, 3083-3088, 3091, 3095-3096, 3098-3102, 3104b
Gariboldi, Gen. Italo IT 2009Gruppo Alpini “Valle” IT 3982
Heeresarchiv Potsdam IT 2271
Ispettorato dell’Arma del
Genio IT 2245, 2247-2248, 2251-2254
Legione Territoriali
Carabinieri Reali di Bolzano IT 2258
Milizia Nazionale Portuaria IT 3139
Ministerio degli Affari Esteri IT 2269-2270
Ministerio dell’Aeronautica IT 1372a
Ministerio della Guera IT 3409, 3413
Piazzaforte Marittima Venezia IT 2244
Presidio Militare Merano IT 3398
9˚ Raggruppamento
Artiglieria IT 3210
Raggruppamento CC. NN.
D’Assalto IT 3175
V˚ Raggruppamento G.A.F. IT 3173
Reggimenti
2˚ Reggimento, Comando
Base Reggimentale IT 1677
2˚ Reggimento, “Granatieri
di Sardegna” IT 1601, 1617, 1620-1622, 1626-1628, 1630, 1632-1633, 1635, 1642, 1646, 1649, 1651-1657, 1661-1663, 1666-1667, 1672-1676, 1679-1680, 1683-1686, 1688, 1691
3˚ Reggimento, “Granatieri
di Sardegna” IT 1602
7˚ Reggimento Alpini IT 3137
9˚ Reggimento Alpini IT 3212
13˚ Reggimento Artiglieria
“Granatieri di Sardegna” IT 1700-1701
18˚ Reggimento Fanteria IT 3396, 3405
27 Reggimento Artiglieria
“Cuneo” IT 3209
41˚ Reggimento Fanteria IT 2238
67˚ Reggimento Alpini
Costiero IT 3131
67˚ Reggimento Fanteria IT 3104-3105, 3114
68˚ Reggimento Faneria IT 3128, 3133
166˚ Reggimento Costiero IT 3103
167˚ Reggimento Alpini
Costiero IT 317, 3121
Reggimento “Lancieri di
Novara” IT 2243
Regia Aeronautica IT 3077
Segretaria dello Stato
Maggiore IT 1464, 1466, 1469, 1471, 1473, 1475, 1477, 1479, 1484, 1486, 1488, 1490, 1492, 1494-1495, 1497, 1501
Servizio Informazioni Militare IT 2078-2079, 2082-2085, 2281
Settore Antisabotaggio
Venosta IT 3399
Settore “Cannes” IT 3113
XIII˚ Settore di Copertura
“Venosta” IT 3400-3401
Settore “67˚” IT 3106-3108, 3112, 3115
Sottosettore di Copertura
“Merano” IT 3404
Stato Maggiore Regio
Esercito IT 1468, 1500, 3004, 3021, 3027, 3187
Ufficio Operazioni IT 1512-1518, 1520, 1528-1529, 3082
4a Zona di Frontiera IT 3407
Zona Militare di Bologna IT 2207
Zona Militare di Brescia IT 2209, 2215
Zona Militare di Verona IT 2130-2131, 2133-2134, 2139-2141, 2143, 2146, 2150, 2167, 2178- 2179, 2183, 2187, 2196, 2199, 2202-2203, 2205
Undetermined IT 1526, 1527, 3104a
Aktensammelstelle Süd,
München IT 5491, 5738-5739, 5741, 5746
Ambasciata d’Italia, Berlino IT 6667
Ansaldo S.A. IT 5629
Armate
1a Amata IT 5863-5865
2a Armata IT 4524, 4652-4655, 4666, 4691-1692, 5009, 5011-5013, 5016-5021, 5024-5025, 5028-5029, 5037-5039, 5042-5046, 5048-5060, 5063-5069, 5072-5074, 5077-5078, 5080-5082, 5084-5086, 5087/1,2, 5090, 5093- 5094, 5195-5197, 5199, 5200, 5202, 5204-5206, 5209, 5211-5212, 5214- 5216, 5221, 5224-5226, 5228, 5232-5233, 5238-5246 Pts. 1-3, 5248- 5250, 5252, 5256, 5259, 5261, 5263-5265, 5269-5273, 5275-5276, 5276a-b, 5278, 5283a-n, 5284-5290, 5295-5298, 5299 Pts. 1-3, 5441- 5442, 5460, 5466a, 5624, 5921, 5938, 5989, 6756
Comando Artiglieria IT 5101 Pts. 1-2, 5103=5106, 5114, 5116-5117, 5144-5147, 5149-5150, 5160, 5165, 5178, 5181, 5184, 5420, 5423-5425a-b, 5426a-5428b, 5429- 5435, 5437, 5444-5445, 5463, 5493
FF.AA.
“Slovenia-
Dalmazia” IT 5175
Comando Supersloda IT 5035, 5035a, 5113
Sezione Propoganda IT 5207-5309, 5311, 5313-5315, 5320-5322, 5325, 5331A-B, 5332-5338, 5341-5342, 5345, 5355-5357, 5361, 5365
Tribunale Militare di
Guerra IT 5301-5305
Ufficio degli Affari
Civili IT 5436, 5438-5440, 5446, 5447 (2), 5448a-b, 5449a-b, 5450-5451, 5465
Ufficio Assistenza IT 5368, 5374, 5376-5380, 5382-5387, 5389-5408, 5412-5413, 5421-
5422, 5452-5455
Ufficio Informazioni IT 5466b
4a Armata IT 4361, 5481
5a Armata IT 4437, 4620, 5723, 5729-5731, 5733-5734, 5862
6a Armata IT 4412, 4942, 4946, 4948-4949, 4951, 4954, 4963, 4966 Pts. 1-2, 4968-
4970, 5490a-e, 5582
Comando Genio IT 4973
Ufficio Transporti IT 4975 Pt. 1
8a Armata IT 5003 Pt. 1, 5004
Comando Genio IT 4590 Pts. 1-2
Armata del Po IT 4934-4938, 4972, 5578, 5590, 5633
Armeeoberkommando 11 IT 5999
Artiglieria Controarea e
Costiera IT 6717
I˚ Battaglione Guastatori di
C.A. IT 6719
XXXI˚ Battaglione Alpino IT 4771
446˚ Battaglione Costiero IT 4770
Bevollmachtigter Transport-
Offizier, Rom IT 5995
Bollea, Ottavio IT 5899
IIa Brigata Alpina IT 4470
IIa Brigata Alpina (Verona) IT 4469
CXa Brigata Marcia Artiglieria IT 4997
Camera di Commercio IT 5720
Capo di Stato Maggiore IT 4381, 4550-4551, 4559, 4563, 4566, 4569-4570, 4572-4573, 4578, 4580, 4582, 4584, 4591, 4861 Pt. 1
Castelli, Gen. Leopoldo IT 5300
Castiglioni, Generale IT 5978
Centri d’Istruzione IT 6781
21˚ Centro Automobilistico IT 6722
Coloni, Lt. Col., (Zagreb) IT 4507
Colonna, Piero (I1
Governatore di Roma) IT 6672
14˚ Comando “Guardia alla
Frontiera,” Treviso IT 4393
Comando Militare Provincia
di Mantova IT 4977-4986, 4989-4990
Comando Scacchiere Sud,
Africa Orientale Italiana IT 5847
Comando XI˚ Settore IT 4694
Comando Sottozona di
Bergamo IT 4810
Comando Superiore Africa
Orientale IT 4498-4505
Comando Superiore Aviazione IT 6793
Comando Superiore Forze
Armate Africa Settentrionale IT 5728, 5796, 6701-6702a-b, 6706, 6714, 6720, 6748
Comando Superiore Forze
Armate della Libia IT 6700b, 6705
Comando Superiore Forze
Armate “Slovenia-Dalmazia” IT 4675, 4677, 5008, 5010, 5023, 5192
Comando Supremo IT 4379-4380, 4382-4383, 4392, 4407, 4409-4418, 4419a-b, 4420-4421, 4429-4430, 4432, 4438, 4510-4518, 4525, 4527-4528, 4530-4534, 4536-4539, 4542-4543, 4555-4556, 4560-4562, 4564-4565, , 4586, 4593-4598a-c, 4599a-c, 4600 Pt. 2, 5447, 5474, 5482, 5494-5495, 5619, 6675
Comando Supremo, Sevizio
Informazioni IT 4553, 4557-4558, 4576, 4583
Commissione Italiana
d’Armistizio con la ?Francia IT 4353-4357 Pts. 1-2, 5607-5612, 6802
Commissione Regionale
Delimitazione Confini Italo-
Croati IT 5457-5458
11a Compagnia Chimica IT 6785
218a Coorte Territoriale,
CCNN IT 4812
498a Coorte Territoriale
Mobile, MVSN IT 4784
511a Coorte Territoriale
Mobile, MVSN IT 4785
Corpi
I˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4322, 4325-4327, 4333, 4336, 4857, 5815, 6021, 6673, 6678-6680
Comando Genio IT 4249
Direzione
Commissariato
Militare IT 4299, 4302-4303
Ufficio Lavori Genio IT 4275, 4323
II˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4883, 4885-4886, 4890-4891, 4893, 4896, 4900, 4902, 4909, 4912, 4918-4920, 4925, 4929, 4931, 4933, 5866, 6676
III˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 5001
IV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4394, 4632
V˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4698
VI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 5476, 5484
VII˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 6762
XI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4699-4702, 5985
Comando Genio IT 4400
XIV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 5577A, 5656, 5834, 5929
Ufficio Lavori IT 5496-5509, 5512-5514, 5514A, 5515, 5517-5529, 5534-5543, 5548
XVI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 6712, 6755, 6761a, 6770a-c, 6772
XIX˚ Corpo d’Armata,
Sezione Lavori Genio IT 5793
XXI˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4545-4548
XXIII˚ Corpo d’Armata,
Direziore Lavori Genio IT 5732
XXIV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4703-4717, 4720-4722, 4726-4729, 4751, 4768-4769, 4772-4777,
4779-4783
XXX˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 6740
XXXV˚ Corpo d’Armata IT 4440-4442, 4474, 4622
Comando Carabinieri
Reali IT 4540
Comando d’Armata
Celere IT 5464, 5657
Corpo d’Armata Corazzata IT 4993, 4995-4996, 4999
Corpo d’Armata di
Bolzano IT 4406
Costamagna, Direttore Carlo IT 5906
De Ferrariis, Baron Carlo IT 5628
Deutsche Kolonial-Bibliothek IT 5867, 6654
Deutsches Konsulat, Neapel IT 5896, 6000
Difesa Territoriale di Firenze IT 4864, 4868
Difesa Territoriale di Milano IT 5002
Difesa Territoriale di Torino IT 4280-4281, 4285, 4289-4290, 4293, 4296, 4306, 4316-4327, ?
Difesa Territoriale di Torino,
Direzione Commissariato
Militare IT 4300, 4305
Difesa Territoriale di Treviso IT 5957
Difesa Territoriale di Udine IT 4730-4733, 4736, 4740-4751, 4756-4758, 4760-4763
Difesa Territoriale di Udine,
Ufficio Lavori del Genio IT 4695
Direzione Superiore Trasporti IT 5990-5991
Divisioni
Divisione Alpina
“Tridentina” IT 4445, 4447-4449, 4452-4453, 4460-4465, 4467, 4473, 4475, 4480, 4482, 4484-4486, 4488-4489, 4492-4495
Divisione “Cacciatori
delle Alpi” IT 5411, 5414-5415, 5417
Divisione “Cagliari” IT 4311
1a Divisione Celere
“Eugenio di Savoia” IT 5486, 5633
Divisione Corazzata
“Centauro” IT 6780
Divisione Corazzata
“Giovani Fascisti” IT 6783
206a Divisione Costiera IT 6733
Divisione “Emanuele
Filiberto Testa di Ferro” IT 5000
Divisione Fanteria
“Brescia” IT 6779
Divisione Fanteria “Siena” IT 5479
80a Divisione Fanteria
“Spezia” IT 6784
Divisione Fanteria
“Superga” IT 6788
Divisione “Granatieri di
Sardegna” IT 5418
Divisione “Lupi di
Toscana” IT 4786-4790, 4800-4802, 4804-4807
Divisione “Leonessa” IT 4792, 4794
101a Divisione
Motorizzata “Trieste” IT 6789
Divisione “Perugia” IT 5462
Divisione “Re” IT 5015
Gioventu Italiana del Littorio IT 5663, 6534
Governo Generale dell’Africa
Orientale Italiana IT 57
1˚ Gruppo Legioni Milizia
Artiglieria Controaerea IT 4317 Pts. 2-3
3˚ Gruppo Alpini “Valle” IT 4312-4315
Heeresarchiv Berlin IT 4508-4509, 4541
Heeresarchiv Potsdam IT 4386-4387, 4387a
Infadel Collegio Regina
Elena Sansepolera IT 6548
Intendenza dell’Africa
Settentrionale IT 6750a, 6768, 6771a-b
Intendenza Italiana della
Tunisia IT 6752a
Istituto Superiore di Guerra IT 6422-6424
Legione Territoriale dei
Carabinieri Reali IT 6728a
Milizia Artiglieria Marittima IT 6727
Ministero degli Affari Esteri IT 5993
Ministero degli Interni IT 6009, 6759
Ministero della Aeronautica IT 5973, 6039, 6057, 6070, 6073, 6133, 6140, 6147, 6159-6160, 6164, 6171, 6175, 6183, 6308
Ministero delle Corporazioni IT 5886, 6010-6011, 6191
Ministero della Guerra IT 5596, 5614-5615, 5882, 5927, 5956, 5982, 6567-6601, 6745, 6749, 6751, 6753, 6769, 6795
Ministero della Marina IT 6827, 6833
Ministero di Grazia e Giustizia IT 5630-5631
3˚ Nucleo Addestramento
Aerosiluranti IT 5690, 5806, 5911
Oberbefehlshaaber Südwest IT 5620
OKW/Fwi Amt IT 5887
OKW Wirtschaftsstab IT 5792
21˚ Parco Speciale
Automobilistico IT 6764
4˚ Raggruppamento Artiglieria
Controaerea IT 4991
9˚ Raggruppamento Artiglieria
Controaerea IT 5419
17˚ Raggruppamento
Artiglieria, Guardia alla
Frontiera IT 5157
29˚ Raggruppamento
Artiglieria Controaerea IT 5765-5766
Reggimenti
3˚ Reggimento Artiglieria
d’Armata IT 6716
10˚ Reggimento
Bersaglieri Autoportato IT 6791, 6796
132˚ Reggimento Carrista
“Ariete” IT 6777
134˚ Reggimento Costiera
Comando Settore
Autonomo IT 6709
Regia Accademia Aeronautica IT 5593
Regia Legazione d’Italia,
Budapest IT 5763-5764, 5768, 5770, 5781-5782, 5786-5787, 5790, 5795
Reichspressestelle der NSDAP IT 6655-6656
Reparto Segreteria IT 4589
Robotti, Gen. Mario IT 5030, 5251d
Scuola di Guerra IT 4862
Servizio Chimico Militare IT 6721
Servizio Informazioni
Aeronautiche IT 5469, 6302
Servizio Informazioni Militare IT 4520, 5468, 5478, 5702, 5880, 6058, 6663-6664
Stabilimento Costruzzioni
Aeronautiche, Guidonia IT 6067
Stato Maggiore IT 4419a, 4552, 4852, 4988, 5638-5646, 5814, 5816, 5825, 5965-5966,
5969-5972, 5974-5976, 6657
Stato Maggiore Regia
Aeronautica IT 6056, 6061, 6063-6066, 6069, 6071-6072, 6074, 6135-6136, 6173
Stato Maggiore Regio Esercito IT 4436, 4476, 4506, 4519, 4526, 4529, 4535, 4554, 4567-4568, 4571, 4574-4575, 4577, 4581, 4587-4588, 4592, 4639, 5824, 5846, 6013, 6760a-c, 6765, 6773
Superaereo IT 5627
Supermarina IT 4408
Ufficio Lavori Genio Militare,
Alessandria IT 5706
Ufficio Lavori Genio, Trieste IT 4396
Ufficio Lavori Genio, Zara IT 4399
Untersturmführer Bahls IT 6669
Vorschriften Verwaltungsstelle
im Ital. Kriegsministerium,
Rom IT 5719
Zanussi, General IT 4549
Zona Militare di Bolzano IT 4422-4427
Zona Militare di Brescia IT 4808-4809, 4814-4821, 4824, 4826-4830, 4833-4834, 4836, 4840, 4842, 4844-4845, 4847, 4850, 4853-4855
Zona Militare di Catania IT 6742
Zona Militare di Torino IT 4308-4309
Zona Militare Marittima IT 6754, 6794
Undetermined IT 4600 Pt. 1, 5005, 5291, 5489, 5580-5581, 5754, 5858, 5926, 5953, 6032, 6665

CONTENTS

Roll Description
1 IT 1 – IT 5
2 IT 6a – IT6g
3 IT 7a
4 IT 7b – IT 7d-e
5 IT 8a
6 IT 8b – IT 9a
7 IT 9b
8 IT 10a-h – IT 17
9 IT 18 – IT 26
10 IT 36
11 IT 45b – IT 49
12 IT 54
13 IT 55 – IT 63
14 IT 64
15 IT 65
16 IT 70 – IT 76
17 IT 78 – IT 79
18 IT 81 – IT 89
19 IT 90 a, b, c – IT 93d
20 IT 94 – IT 98
21 IT 99a-c – IT 111
22 IT 113 – IT 122
23 IT 123 – IT 137
24 IT 138
25 IT 139a – IT 142
25A IT 142a
26 IT 147
27 IT 152 – IT 153
28 IT 156 – IT 159, part
29 IT 159, cont.
30 IT 164 – IT 175
31 IT 176 – IT 194
32 IT 197 – IT 199
33 IT 202 – IT 203
34 IT 207 – IT 211
35 IT 212 – IT 213a
36 IT 213b – IT 215, part
37 IT 215, cont.
38 IT 216
39 IT 216a – IT 224
40 IT 228a, b, c – It 230
41 IT 236A – IT 282
42 IT 283 – IT 303
43 IT 304 – IT 312
44 IT 322 – IT 369
45 IT 384b – IT 387
46 IT 389 – IT 406-411
47 IT 412 – IT 508
48 IT 509a – 509b
49 IT 510a – IT 510b
50 IT 511 – IT 512
51 IT 514a-m – IT 514 n-z
52 IT 515 – IT 517
53 IT 518-520 – IT 522
54 IT 523 – IT 533
55 IT 535 – IT 547
56 IT 548 – IT 549
57 IT 550 – IT 551
58 IT 554 – IT 557
59 IT 558 – IT 573
60 IT 574 – IT 600
61 IT 601 – IT 609
62 IT 610 – IT 612
63 IT 613 – IT 619
64 IT 620 – IT 630
65 IT 634 – IT 637
66 IT 638 – IT 643
67 IT 644
68 IT 645 – IT 652
69 IT 654
70 IT 655 – IT 658
71 IT 659 – IT 664c
72 IT 665a-b
73 IT 666 – IT 680
74 IT 681 – IT 686
75 IT 688 – IT 688a, part
76 IT 688a, cont.
77 IT 688b
78 IT 689 – IT 700
79 IT 701 – IT 714
80 IT 716 – IT 738
81 IT 739 – IT 752
82 IT 754 – IT 766
83 IT 767 – IT 771
84 IT 772 – IT 774-775
85 IT 776 – IT 779; IT 782–784-IT 791
86 IT 792 – IT 817, part
87 IT 817, cont.
88 IT 821
89 IT 822
90 IT 823a – IT 830
91 IT 832 – IT 838
92 IT 840 – IT 852
93 IT 854 – IT 877
94 IT 878 – IT 879
95 IT 880 – IT 889
96 IT 890 – IT 894
97 IT 895 – IT 903
98 IT 904 – IT 934
99 IT 938 – IT 968
100 IT 970 – IT 975
101 IT 976, part
102 IT 976, cont.
103 IT 977
104 IT 978
105 IT 979
106 IT 980
107 IT 981 – IT 990
108 IT 991 – IT 999
109 IT 1003 – IT 1017a
110 IT 1017b 1&2
111 IT 1019 – IT 1020a
112 IT 1020b – IT 1021
113 1021a – IT 1028
114 IT 1029 – IT 1033
115 IT 1034 – IT 1048
116 IT 1049 – IT 1054
117 IT 1062 – IT 1067
118 IT 1068
119 IT 1069 – IT 1079
120 IT 1080 – IT 1081
121 IT 1084 – IT 1089
122 IT 1090 – IT 1095
123 IT 1098 – IT 1103
124 IT 1104 – IT 1116b
125 IT 1118 – IT 1134
126 IT 1135 – IT 1141
127 IT A1141 – IT A1147
128 IT 1148a – IT A1154
129 IT 1155a – A1161
130 IT 1162 – IT 1170
131 IT A1170, part
132 IT A1170, cont. – IT 1172
133 IT A1172 – IT A1172
134 IT 1173 – IT A1173
135 IT A1174 – IT 1175
136 IT A1175 – IT 1178
137 IT A1178 – IT A1179, part.
138 IT A1179, cont. – A1180
139 IT 1181 – IT 1186
140 IT A11860 – IT 1191
141 IT A1191 – IT A1194
142 IT 1195 – IT A1205
143 IT 1206 – IT 1207 – IT 1208 – IT 1209 – IT 1210 – IT 1211 – IT 1212 – IT 1213 – IT
1214 – IT 1215 – IT 1216 – IT 1217 – IT 1218 – IT 1219 – IT 1220 – IT 1221 – IT 1222
144 IT A1206 – IT A1207 – IT A1208 – IT A1209 – IT A1210 – IT A1211 – IT A1212 – IT
A1213 – IT A1214 – IT A1215 – IT A1216 – IT A1217 – IT A1218 – IT A1219 – IT
A1220 – IT A1221 – IT A1222 – IT A1223; IT 1223 – IT1226; IT A1224 – IT A1225
145 IT A1226 – IT 1227
146 IT 1228
147 IT 1229, part
148 IT 1229, cont.
149 IT A1229 – IT 1230, part
150 IT 1230, cont. – IT A1230
151 IT 1231
152 IT 1232
153 A1232 – IT 1233
154 A1233 – IT A1235
155 IT 1237 – IT 1249
156 IT 1250 – IT 1271 – 1273, part
157 IT 1271 – 1273, cont. – IT 1281a
158 IT 1281b
159 IT 1282
160 IT 1283a – IT 1283b
161 IT 1283c
162 IT 1284 – IT 1286, part
163 IT 1286, cont.
164 IT 1287, part
165 IT 1287, cont.
166 IT 1288, part
167 IT 1288, cont.
168 IT 1289, part
169 IT 1289, cont.
170 IT 1290, part
171 IT 1290, cont.
172 IT 1291 – 1295, part
173 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
174 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
175 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
176 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
177 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
178 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
179 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
180 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
181 IT 1291 – 1295, cont.
182 IT 1296, part
183 IT 1296, cont.
184 IT 1297 – 1298, part
185 IT 1297 – 1298, cont.
186 IT 1297 – 1298, cont.
187 IT 1299, part
188 IT 1299, cont.
189 IT 1300 – IT 1302
190 IT 1303 – IT 1304
191 IT 1305-1306 – IT 1307
192 IT 1308 – IT 1309
193 IT 1310, part
194 IT 1310, cont.
195 IT 1310a – IT 1313
196 IT 1314 – IT 1331
197 IT 1332 – IT 1347
198 IT 1348 – IT 1353
199 IT 1355 – IT 1366
200 IT 1368 – IT 1387
201 IT 1389 – IT 1394
202 IT 1395 – IT 1407
203 IT 1408 – IT 1415-IT 1418, part
204 IT 1415-IT 1418, cont. – IT 1421
205 IT 1422 – IT 1423, part
206 IT 1423, cont. – IT 1488
207 IT 1490 – IT 1536a
208 IT 1538 – IT 1549
209 IT 1550 – IT 1556m
210 IT 1557 – IT 1563
211 IT 1564 – IT 1584
212 IT 1585 – IT 1588
213 IT 1589 – IT 1593
214 IT 1594 – IT 1603
215 IT 1616 – IT 1621
216 IT 1622 – IT 1626
217 IT 1627 – IT 1628
218 IT 1630 – IT 1642
219 IT 1646 – IT 1653
220 IT 1654
221 IT 1655 – IT 1656
222 IT 1657 – IT 1666
223 IT 1667 – IT 1676
224 IT 1677 – IT 1683
225 IT 1684 – IT 1691
226 IT 1700 – IT 1701
227 IT 1788 – IT 1877
228 IT 1879 – IT 1958 Pt.1
229 IT 1959 – 2007d
230 IT 2009 – IT 2024
231 IT 2026 – IT 2040
232 IT 2041
233 IT 2048 – IT 2071
234 IT 2072 – IT 2093; IT 2101 – IT 2130
235 IT 2131 – IT 2140
236 IT 2141 – IT 2146
237 IT 2150 – IT 2179
238 IT 2183 – IT 2221
239 IT 2225
240 IT 2226 – IT 2231, part
241 IT 2231, cont. – IT 2233
242 IT 2234 Pt. 1
243 IT 2234 Pt. 2 – IT 2237
244 IT 2238 – IT 2243
245 IT 2244 – IT 2253
246 IT 2254 – IT 2255
247 IT 2256 – IT 2276
248 IT 2277 – IT 2291
249 IT 2293 – IT 3000b
250 IT 3001 – IT 3017
251 IT 3018 – IT 3031
252 IT 3032 – IT 3044
353 IT 3045 – IT 3048
254 IT 3049-IT 3051 – IT 3052
255 IT 3053-IT 3054 – IT 3057
256 IT 3058 – IT 3061
257 IT 3062 – IT 3063
258 IT 3064 – IT 3067
259 IT 3068 – IT 3073
260 IT 3074 – IT 3076
261 IT 3077 – IT 3080
262 IT 3081 – IT 3085
263 IT 3086 – IT 3087
264 IT 3088 – IT 3091
265 IT 3095 – IT 3099, part
266 IT 3099, cont.
267 IT 3099, cont. – IT 3101
268 IT 3102 – IT 3104b
269 IT 3105; IT 3107 – IT 3114
270 IT 3115 – IT 3140
271 IT 3141 – IT 3145
272 IT 3146 – IT 3150
273 IT 3151 – IT 3155
274 IT 3156 – IT 3161
275 IT 3162 – IT 3169
276 IT 3170 – IT 3174
277 IT 3175 – IT 3177
278 IT 3178 – IT 3187
279 IT 3190 – IT 3191
280 IT 3192, part
281 IT 3192, cont.
282 IT 3196 – IT 3203
283 IT 3205
284 IT 3208 – IT 3215
285 IT 3216 – IT 3220
286 IT 3221 – IT 3226
287 IT 3228 – IT 3241
288 IT 3243 – IT 3250
289 IT 3251 – IT 3259
290 IT 3260 – IT 3261c-f
291 IT 3262 – IT 3271
292 IT 3272 – IT 3277a-i, part
293 IT 3277a-i, cont. – IT 3291
294 IT 3293 – IT 3294
295 IT 3295a-e
296 IT 3297 – IT 3316
297 IT 3318 – IT 3330
298 IT 3331 – IT 3344
299 IT 3345 – IT 3356
300 IT 3357 – IT 3361
301 IT 3362 – IT 3365
302 IT 3367 – IT 3379
303 IT 3379a – IT 3382
304 IT 3383
305 IT 3385 – IT 3396
306 IT 3398 – IT 3423
307 IT 3426 – IT 3496
308 IT 3504 – IT 3533a-e
309 IT 3537 – 3538
310 IT 3539 – IT 3555
311 IT 3557 – IT 3598
312 IT 3599 – IT 3609
313 IT 3615 – IT 3620
314 IT 3621 – IT 3627
315 IT 3628a – IT 3628b
316 IT 3629a – IT 3629b
317 IT 3630 – IT 3631
318 IT 3632 – IT 3656
319 IT 3659 – IT 3672
320 IT 3673 – IT 3688
321 IT 3689 – IT 3732
322 IT 3738 – IT 3761
323 IT 3764
324 IT 3765 – IT 3817
325 IT 3849-50 – IT 3924a, part
326 IT 3924a, cont.
327 IT 3927 – IT 3941
328 IT 3942a-b
329 IT 3943 – IT 3945
330 IT 3946 – IT 3948-49
331 IT 3950 – IT 3972
332 IT 3973 – IT 3978
333 IT 3979 – IT 4111, part
334 IT 4111, cont. – IT 4181
335 IT 4219 – IT 4248
336 IT 4249 – IT 4280; IT 4285 – IT 4289
337 IT 4290 – IT 4293
338 IT 4296 – IT 4299
339 IT 4300
340 IT 4302 – IT 4312
341 IT 4313 – IT 4316
342 IT 4317 Pt. 1 – IT 4325
343 IT 4326 – IT 4354
344 IT 4355
345 IT 4356
346 IT 4357 Pt. 1 – IT 4357 Pt. 2, part
347 IT 4357 Pt. 2, cont. – IT 4407
348 IT 4408 – IT 4422; IT 4424 – IT 4426 – IT 4427
349 IT 4429 – IT 4441
350 IT 4442 – IT 4445
351 IT 4447 – IT 4469; IT 4473 – IT 4474
352 IT 4475 – IT 4482; IT 4485
353 IT 4486 – IT 4495
354 IT 4498 – IT 4518; IT 4524 – IT 4527
355 IT 4528 – IT 4575; IT 4577 – IT 4586; IT 4589 – IT 4590, Pt. 2
356 IT 4591 – IT 4599c
357 IT 4600 Pt. 1 – IT 4655
358 IT 4666 – IT 4703
359 IT 4704 – IT 4709
360 IT 4710 – IT 4713
361 IT 4714 – IT 4721
362 IT 4722 – IT 4727
363 IT 4728 – IT 4732; IT 4736 – IT 4744
364 IT 4745 – IT 4750; IT 4757 – IT 4761
365 IT 4762 – IT 4774
366 IT 4775 – IT 4785
367 IT 4786 – IT 4790
368 IT 4792 – IT 4802
369 IT 4804 – IT 4814
370 IT 4815 – IT 4818; IT 4820 – IT 4828
371 IT 4829 – IT 4833; IT 4840 – IT 4842
372 IT 4844; IT 4847IT 4853; IT 4855 – IT 4864
373 IT 4868 – IT 4918
374 IT 4919 – IT 4935
375 IT 4936 – IT 4954
376 IT 4963 – IT 4967 Pt. 1, part
377 IT 4967 Pt. 1, cont.
378 IT 4967 Pt. 2
379 IT 4968
380 IT 4969
381 IT 4970 – IT 4972
382 IT 4973
383 IT 4975 Pt. 1 – IT 4979; IT 4981 – IT 4982; IT 4984; IT 4988; IT 4991 – IT 4993
384 IT 4995 – IT 4997, part
385 IT 4997, cont, IT 4999
386 IT 5000
387 IT 5001
388 IT 5002 – IT 5005
389 IT 5008 – IT 5013
390 IT 5015 – IT 5016-IT 5018, part
391 IT 5016 – IT 5018, cont.
392 IT 5016, cont. – IT 5018
393 IT 5019 – IT 5021
394 IT 5023
395 IT 5024 – IT 5064; IT 5066 – IT 5078
396 IT 5080 – IT 5085; IT 5090 – IT 5101 Pts. 1& 2, part
397 IT 5101 Pts. 1& 2, cont. – IT 5113; IT 5117; IT 5157 – IT 5160
398 IT 5165 – IT 5178; IT 5184 – IT 5199; IT 5204
399 IT 5224 – IT 5228; IT 5239; IT 5241
400 IT 5243; IT 5246 Pt. 1 – IT 5246 Pt.2, part
401 IT 5246 Pt. 2, cont.
402 IT 5246 Pt. 3
403 IT 5248 – IT 5249; IT 5252; IT 5263 – IT 5265; IT 5271
404 IT 5272 – IT 5276
405 IT 5276a – IT 5276b; IT 5283a – IT 5283b
406 IT 5283c – IT 5283F; IT 5283h – IT 5283j
407 IT 5283l – IT 5283n
408 IT 5284 – IT 5287
409 IT 5288
410 IT 5289 – IT 5298
411 IT 5299 Pt. 1 – IT 5300
412 IT 5301 – IT 5307
413 IT 5308 – IT 5314
414 IT 5315 – 5331A
415 IT 5331B – IT 5334
416 IT 5338 – IT 5345, part
417 IT 5345, cont. – IT 5365
418 IT 5368 – IT 5374
419 IT 5376 – IT 5382
420 IT 5383 – IT 5389
421 IT 5390
422 IT 5391, part
423 IT 5391, cont.
424 IT 5392, part
425 IT 5392, cont. – IT 5393-IT 5394, part
426 IT 5393 – IT 5394, cont
427 IT 5393 – IT 5394, cont
428 IT 5393-IT 5394, cont. – IT 5395, part
429 IT 5395, cont.
430 IT 5396-IT 5398, part
431 IT 5396 – 5398 cont.
432 IT 5396 – IT 5398, cont.
433 IT 5399
434 IT 5400
435 IT 5401, part
436 IT 5401, cont.
437 IT 5402, part
438 IT 5402, cont. – IT 5404
439 IT 5405 – IT 5408, part
440 IT 5408, cont.
441 IT 5411 – IT 5422
442 IT 5423 – IT 5424
443 IT 5425a-b
444 IT 5426a – IT 5428b, part
445 IT 5426a – IT 5428b, cont.
446 IT 5426a – IT 5428b, cont.
447 IT 5426a-IT 5428b, cont. – IT 5432
448 IT 5433-IT 5436 – IT 5442
449 IT 5444-IT 5446 – IT 5447
450 IT 5447 (2)
451 IT 5448a-b
452 IT 5449a – IT 5449b
453 IT 5450
454 IT 5451
455 IT 5452 – IT 5463
456 IT 5464 – IT 5481
457 IT 5482 – IT 5578
458 IT 5580 – IT 5581, part
459 IT 5580 – IT 5581, cont.
460 IT 5582
461 IT 5590 – IT 5629
462 IT 5630
463 IT 5631 – IT 5657
464 IT 5663 – IT 5702
465 IT 5706 – IT 5730
466 IT 5731 – IT 5734
467 IT 5738 – IT 5781; IT 5786 – IT 5789, part
468 IT 5789, cont.
469 IT 5790 – IT 5793; IT 5796 – IT 5834
470 IT 5847, part
471 IT 5847, cont.
472 IT 5848 – IT 5849
473 IT 5862 – IT 5880; IT 5886
474 IT 5887 – IT 5896; IT 5906 – IT 5956
475 IT 5957 – IT 6000
476 IT 6009, part
477 IT 6009, cont.
478 IT 6010 – IT 6039
479 IT 6056 – IT 6065
480 IT 6066 – IT 6147
481 IT 6160 – IT 6422
482 IT 6423 – IT 6424
483 IT 6534 – IT 6567-IT 6601; IT 6657 – IT 6664; IT 6669 – IT 6672; IT 6700b – 6702a-b
484 IT 6705 – IT 6717
485 IT 6719 – IT 6745
486 IT 6748 – IT 6760a-c
487 IT 6761a – IT 6770a-c
488 IT 6771a-b – IT 6783
489 IT 6784 – IT 6794
490 IT 6795 – IT 6833
491 IT 2042; IT 2100; IT 3106; IT 5065; IT 5069, cont.; IT 5074; IT 6667
492 A number of items originally listed on Roll 492 were subsequently filmed and described in their proper item number sequence on the following rolls.
493 Aktensammelstelle Süd Bestandsbuch. Three notebooks prepared during World War II by the Aktensammelstelle Süd, Ingolstadt and Munich, containing an item by item listing of the original Aktensammelstelle Süd holdings. Also, a list compiled in Frankfurt/M. after the war, based on entries in the three notebooks.
494 IT 780; IT 1082; IT 2044; IT 2046; IT 4281
495 IT 4484; IT 4519; IT 4520; IT 4576; IT 4756; IT 4834; IT 4836; IT 4854; IT 4983; IT
4986
496 IT 4989; IT 4990; IT 5114; IT 5116; IT 5144; IT 5145; IT 5146
497 IT 5147; IT 5149; IT 5150; IT 5205; IT 5206; IT 5209; IT 5214; IT 5215
498 IT 5216; IT 5232; IT 5240
499 IT 5242; IT 5244; IT 5251d; IT 5259
500 IT 5846; IT 6673; IT 6675; IT 6676
501 IT 6678; IT 6679; IT 6680
502 IT 4587; IT 4588; IT 4826; IT 5181; IT 5197; IT 5200; IT 5202; IT 5211; IT 5221
503 IT 5233; IT 5238; IT 5245; IT 5250; IT 5256
504 IT 5261; IT 5269
505 IT 5270; IT 5278; IT 5283g; IT 5283k; IT 5782; IT 5795; IT 5858; IT 5882; IT 5899; IT 6654
506 IT 6655; IT 6656
507 IT 4423; IT 4470; IT 4733; IT 4819; IT 4845; IT 4980; IT 4985; IT 5086
508 IT 5087/1; IT 5087/2; IT 5093; IT 5094; IT 5212; IT 6665

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Jeff Leser

Jeff is a retired military officer whose studies/researches the Italian military since the 1980s. Jeff has collected various period military manuals and other documents, as well as many of the works published by the Ufficio Storico of the Stato Maggiore Esercito (USSME) to better understand the role and effectiveness of the Italian military during WW2.

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