×
Home Intro People Events Equipment Places Maps Books Photos Videos Other Reference FAQ About
     

World War II Database

Wounded German prisoner of war near the Volturno River, Italy, 17 Oct 1943General Dwight Eisenhower and Lieutenant General Mark Clark studying maps near the Mignano Gap in central Italy, Dec 1943
Wounded German prisoner of war near the Volturno River, Italy, 17 Oct 1943General Dwight Eisenhower and Lieutenant General Mark Clark studying maps near the Mignano Gap in central Italy, Dec 1943
Canadian 48th Highlanders infantry regiment in Italy, 10 Dec 1943; the man with binoculars was Platoon Commander McdonaldCanadian snipers at Ortona, Italy, Dec 1943
Canadian 48th Highlanders infantry regiment in Italy, 10 Dec 1943; the man with binoculars was Platoon Commander McdonaldCanadian snipers at Ortona, Italy, Dec 1943
Killed German soldier, Ortona, Italy, Dec 1943Troops of Canadian Loyal Edmonton Regiment and tank of Canadian Three Rivers Regiment, Ortona, Italy, 20-28 Dec 1943
Killed German soldier, Ortona, Italy, Dec 1943Troops of Canadian Loyal Edmonton Regiment and tank of Canadian Three Rivers Regiment, Ortona, Italy, 20-28 Dec 1943
Canadian soldier with Lee-Enfield rifle in Ortona, Italy, Dec 1943A German general inspecting troops at San Felice Circeo, Italy, 26 Dec 1943; note FG 42 rifle
Canadian soldier with Lee-Enfield rifle in Ortona, Italy, Dec 1943A German general inspecting troops at San Felice Circeo, Italy, 26 Dec 1943; note FG 42 rifle
Further Reading

Read more about Advance to the Gustav Line



Change View
Desktop View

Search WW2DB & Partner Sites
Famous WW2 Quote
"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944