The 7. Infantry Division Lupi di Toscana  was mobilized in June 1942 and was stationed on the border with France. It took part in the invasion of Greece suffering heavy losses.
It took part in the invasion of Vichy France in November 1942 and remained in Toulon until August 1943 when it returned to Italy. In September it was transferred to Rome to defend the Furbara and Ceveteria airfields where it surrendered.

Order of battle (September 1943)

20. Toscana Infantry Regiment
21. Toscana Infantry Regiment
30. Leonessa Artillery Regiment
20. Mixed Carabinieri Section
21. Mixed Carabinieri Section
7. Mortar Battalion
7. Anti-Tank Company
7. Mixed Engineer Company
26. Engineer Company
12. Searchlight Company

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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