44. Infantry Division Cremona was mobilized in October 1939 and took part in the attack against France, in March 1941 it was transferred to Sardinia. In March 1943 it took part in the iccupation of Corsica and remained there as an occupation force until October 1943 when it surrendered to the Allies.

Order of battle

21. Cremona Infantry Regiment
22. Cremona Infantry Regiment
7. Curtatone E. Montanara Artillery Regiment
90. Calabria CCNN Legion
44. Mortar Battalion
144. Anti-Tank Company
344. Anti-Tank Company
144. Engineer Battalion
44. Medical Section
54. Medical Section
54. Supply Section
17. Bakery Section
60. Carabinieri Section
251. Carabinieri Section

Sources used

George F. Nafziger - Italian Order of Battle: An organizational history of the Italian Army in World War II (3 vol)

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