68th Infantry Division (France)
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World War 1
During World War I, the division comprised:
- 206th Infantry Regiment
- 212nd Infantry Regiment (to February 1917)
- 234th Infantry Regiment
- 257th Infantry Regiment (to June 1916)
- 323rd Infantry Regiment (to June 1916)
- 344th Infantry Regiment
- 73rd Territorial Infantry Regiment (from July 1917)
It was part of the French 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 11th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 20th, 21st, 35th, 39th and 40th Corps, during which it participated in the Battle of Morhange, the Battle of Grand Couronne, the Battle of Verdun, the Second Battle of the Marne and the Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
At various times, it was part of the French First Army, French Second Army, French Third Army, French Fourth Army, French Fifth Army, French Sixth Army, French Seventh Army, French Eighth Army and French Tenth Army.
World War 2
During the Battle of France in May 1940, the division contained the following units:
- 224th Infantry Regiment
- 225th Infantry Regiment
- 341st Infantry Regiment
- 59th Reconnaissance Battalion
- 89th Artillery Regiment
- 289th Artillery Regiment
- "68e Division d'Infanterie". Retrieved 2009-08-28.
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