The 1. Alpini Division Taurinense was mobilized in October 1939 and was stationed on the border with France until it took part in the invasion in June 1940. It remained in France until January 1942 when it was sent to Herzegovina were it took part in anti-partisan operations. It surrendered to the German forces in Montenegro in September 1943.

This unit took part in anti-partisan operations in Croatia.

Order of battle

3. Alpini Infantry Regiment
- Susa Battalion
- Fenestrelle Battalion
- Pinerolo Battalion
- Exilles Battalion
4. Alpini Infantry Regiment
- Aosta Battalion
- Ivera Battalion
- Intra Battalion
- Duca degli Abruzzi Battalion
1. Alpini Artillery Regiment
- Susa Artillery Battalion
- Aosta Artillery Battalion
1. Alpini Engineer Battalion
53. CCNN Battalion
162. CCNN Battalion
305. Medical Section
130. Motor Transport Section
60. Supply Section

Sources used

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

Reference material on this unit

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