|Government:||Single-party Fascist dictatorship|
|Fiat C.R. 42||Unknown|
|CANT Z.1007 bis||Unknown|
|SIAI Marchetti SM.81||Unknown|
|SIAI Marchetti SM.79||Unknown|
|SIAI Marchetti SM.84||Unknown|
Campaigns and Battles
|Name||Theater||Date Begin||Date End|
|Battle of Britain||European Theater||10 June 1940||31 October 1940|
|Battle of Crete||Mediterranean||20 May 1941||1 June 1941|
|Battle of France (Fall Gelb / Case Yellow)||European Theater||10 May 1940||22 June 1940|
|Battle of Stalingrad||European Theater||21 August 1942||2 February 1943|
|Battle of Taranto||Mediterranean||11 November 1940||12 November 1940|
|Name||Title||Branch of Service|
|Mussolini, Benito||Il Duce|
American tank with track knocked off and parts of machine gun in foreground. Fifth Army, Castelforte area, Italy. 18 May 1944.
American troops, coming into this Italian town, find it in complete ruins. Fifth Army. Santa Maria area, Italy. 15 May 1944.
The one-man submarine which landed on Peter Beach, Anzio Beachhead area, Italy, is examined by U.S. soldiers. The tube on the left is the torpedo, the other is the driving compartment, housing one man. The torpedo tube is shackled to the driving tube and can be release, allowing the pilot to return safely. Ordinarily the torpedo is underneath the drive tube. The submarine pilot was a 17 year old Nazi who was captured. April 21, 1944.
Group of prisoner of wars found hiding in cellar after Germans evacuated Cosma E'Damiano. Fifth Army, Castleforte area, Italy. 13 May 1944.
2nd D.I.M., C.E.F. This 28 year old Grenadier of the German 44th Division, 131st Infantry came down the mountain as a prisoner with 3 bullet wounds in his arm. Fifth Army, Mt. Maio area, Italy. 13 May 1944.
|Romolo (Romolo)||R Class||Submarine|
|Remo (Remo)||R Class||Submarine|