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Italy Post Rome 1944 - 1945

In the period from June to August 1944, the Allies advanced beyond Rome, taking Florenceand closing up on the Gothic Line. This last major defensive line ran from the coast some 30 miles (48 km) north of Pisa, along the jagged Apennine Mountains chain between Florence and Bologna to the Adriatic coast, just south of Rimini. In order to shorten the Allied lines of communication for the advance into Northern Italy, the Polish II Corps advanced towards the port of Ancona and, after a month-long battle, succeeded in capturing it on 18 July.

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BHC 001266 Tanks of the 6th South African Armd Div in Bologna

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Tanks of the SSB Regt, 6th South African Armd Div are on the alert for a reported column of German tanks in this area. US Fifth Army Bologna area, Italy 21 April 1945. 29 x 23 cm (3433 x 2679 px) @ 300 ...

BHC 001266 Tanks of the 6th South African Armd Div in Bologna

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BHC 001267 Tanks somewhere in Northern Italy

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Tanks somewhere in Northern Italy 11 July 1945 30 x 24 cm (3496 x 2811 px) @ 300 DPI

BHC 001267 Tanks somewhere in Northern Italy

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