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The Italian Army order of battle for 10.06.1940
has been corrected and augmented.
Much of the material was gleaned — with thanks — from Il Regio Esercito al 10 giugno 1940 by "Comandante Ramius" (In Italian)
The RAF Middle East order of battle for 23.10.1942
has been augmented by many support units.
Thanks again to the lovely book "RAF Flying Training and Support Units" by Ray Sturtivant and John Hamlin.
|01.01.2013||Happy New Year|
The Australian, Indian, New Zealand, and South African orders of battle for early September 1939 have been amended or augmented.
See the British, Colonial, and Dominion Armies page.
It's been a long time coming, but it's finally done. With thanks to David A. Ryan, Graham Watson, Robert Michel.
|19.12.2012||More British Authorized Organizations for the BEF of 1940 uploaded.
With many thanks for the help by the highly knowledgeable Alan Philson.
The Imperial Japanese Navy order of battle dated 8./7.12.1941 updated and augmented.
Thanks to the fine efforts of Gilbert Casse, Peter Cundall , Bob Hackett, Sander Kingsepp, Allyn D. Nevitt, and A.P. "Tony" Tully at the Nihon Kaigun site.
Updated the 10.05.1940 Belgian Army order of battle
Using information gathered from Walter Van Opstal's website De Achttiendaagse Veldtocht ("The Eight Day Campaign") (In Dutch)
Added March 1940 Belgian Army planned mobilized organizations
Mainly based on Organisation de l'armée belge 1939 – 1940 "sur pied de guerre" and the works of Eric Simon,
and thanks to assistance by Dave Hollos from Oxford, England.
Added the September 1939 Swedish Army administrative organization with mobilized units indicated,
and the September 1939 organizations.
Thanks to Ola Riisager from Göteborg, Sweden.
US Army and USAAF heavily revised and updated. The revisions and updates are thanks to,
once again, Mark Boland;
Steven E. Clay's US Army Order of Battle, 1919–1941;
John Stanton for his work on the Harbor Defenses at Fort Wiki website;
and last but not least, The Coast Defense Study Group.