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German anti-aircraft gun crewman speaking into a field telephone, near Nettuno, Italy, 1944German paratroopers near Nettuno, Italy, 1944
German anti-aircraft gun crewman speaking into a field telephone, near Nettuno, Italy, 1944German paratroopers near Nettuno, Italy, 1944
German SdKfz. 7 half-track vehicle with 3.7 cm gun in front of the Castel SantGerman troops near Nettuno, Italy, 1944
German SdKfz. 7 half-track vehicle with 3.7 cm gun in front of the Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome, Italy, 1944German troops near Nettuno, Italy, 1944
Men of US 3rd Ranger Battalion boarding LCI craft in preparation for Anzio, Italy invasion, Jan 1944; seen in US Army publication US Army Special Operations in World War IIBiscayne as the flagship of the of the Anzio, Italy landings, 21-22 Jan 1944; note PT boat alongside
Men of US 3rd Ranger Battalion boarding LCI craft in preparation for Anzio, Italy invasion, Jan 1944; seen in US Army publication US Army Special Operations in World War IIBiscayne as the flagship of the of the Anzio, Italy landings, 21-22 Jan 1944; note PT boat alongside
US Army DUKWs landing under fire on the beaches of Anzio, Italy, 22 Jan 1944US Army troops landing at Anzio, Italy, late Jan 1944
US Army DUKWs landing under fire on the beaches of Anzio, Italy, 22 Jan 1944US Army troops landing at Anzio, Italy, late Jan 1944
British Priest self-propelled gun in action, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944British soldier preparing ammunition for a M7 Priest self-propelled gun, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944
British Priest self-propelled gun in action, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944British soldier preparing ammunition for a M7 Priest self-propelled gun, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944
African-American air crews of the US Army Air Forces 99th Fighter Squadron at Anzio, Italy, circa Feb 1944; 1st Lt. Andrew Lane in front, without helmetCamouflaged PaK 36 anti-tank gun, Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944
African-American air crews of the US Army Air Forces 99th Fighter Squadron at Anzio, Italy, circa Feb 1944; 1st Lt. Andrew Lane in front, without helmetCamouflaged PaK 36 anti-tank gun, Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944
Captured British troops near Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944German paratroopers at Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944
Captured British troops near Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944German paratroopers at Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944
German paratroopers preparing a field gun for action, Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944German photographer Toni Schneiders with Leica camera, near Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944
German paratroopers preparing a field gun for action, Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944German photographer Toni Schneiders with Leica camera, near Nettuno, Italy, Feb 1944
German prisoners of war at Anzio, Italy, Feb 1944Camouflaged German Army Sturmpanzer assault gun and Tiger I heavy tank at Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944
German prisoners of war at Anzio, Italy, Feb 1944Camouflaged German Army Sturmpanzer assault gun and Tiger I heavy tank at Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944
Camouflaged German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944, photo 1 of 2Camouflaged German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944, photo 2 of 2
Camouflaged German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944, photo 1 of 2Camouflaged German Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Nettuno, Italy, Mar 1944, photo 2 of 2

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