XVII Corps (Italy)
The XVII Corps was an infantry corps of the Royal Italian Army during World War II that participated in the invasion of Yugoslavia (6–18 April 1940). It was formed on 1 March 1940 from the Armoured Corps (Corpo d'Armata Corrazzato) of the reserve Army of the Po and sent to the Albanian front.
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