Gothic Line

The family members of nurse John A. Todd who fell on Mt. Candia visit Ponzalla and Falciani

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Filippo Spadi John Alton Todd, was a nurse of the 338th Infantry Regiment, therefore a non-combatant, with the qualification of Technician Third Grade - serial number ASN 34204706. However, he had experienced the bloody battles of 1944 on the front line; and had experienced the attack on Monte Altuzzo.…

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Battles on the Apennines. History of the British First Division (August 1944 – January 1945)

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We cannot help but approach the volume BATTLES IN THE APPENNINES with great emotion. HISTORY OF THE FIRST BRITISH DIVISION curated with passion and historical rigor by a close-knit group of local history scholars. Even more so since it talks about one of the most important military formations...

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The battle for “Gothic”

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The history of the operations of the American land forces in Italy, almost seventy years later, still represents a substantially unexplored chapter in the history of the Second World War [...] The re-edition of a large part of the VII and part of the VIII volume of unobtainable FIFTH ARMY HISTORY, published…

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From Futa to Falterona. Not to forget. Florence and the Gothic Line 1943/1944

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We intend to tell the story of the 2nd Gothic Line in episodes, using historical research carried out over twenty years to verify reports that came to us from farmers, charcoal burners, woodcutters, parish priests, partisans and civilians, who in various ways experienced the passage of the forehead. This knowledge, acquired on…

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