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The 92nd "Buffalo" Infantry Division was sent to the Italian Campaign with General Mark Clark's 5th Army. The 370th Infantry Regiment arrived in July 1944 and the remainder of the division a little later. It was assigned the on the west coast of Italy and continued up the coast to Genoa by the time the war ended. "Buffalo Soldiers" was a general term used for the black cavalry soldiers. So, if your Question is asking where every black unit served then this would require more research. There was only one other black infantry division but there was a black anti-tank unit and other smaller black units.

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