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I could see allowing one armored division for Rumania and Hungary - they only formed one armored division each during the war.
The DAK initially had the 5. leichte Division (later the 21. Panzer-Division), the 15. Panzer-Division, and what later became the 90. leichte "Afrika" Division. This would definitely qualify as an armored corps. The Italians initially had the "Ariete" Armored Division, the "Trento" Motorized Division ("de-motorized" during late 1941, and converted to an AS42 division), and the "Trieste" Motorized Division. During mid-1942, the "Littorio" Armored Division arrived. I think that this would qualify as an Italian Armored Corps. Also there would be one or two Italian "leg" infantry corps. This is all pre-Alamein.
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