Giancarlo Casà

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German troops keeping watch over a road from a hilltop forward observation post. Sicily 1943

German troop`s keeping watch over a road - from a hilltop - forward observation post - Sicily 1943

Operation Husky: The Sicily Landings 9 - 10 July 1943: American soldiers drive a US army scout car from a landing craft onto the beach at Licata while under fire. The American sector attracted the first and severest Axis counter attacks.

Operation Husky: The Sicily Landings 9 - 10 July American soldiers drive a US army scout car from a landing craft onto the beach at Licata while under fire. The American sector attracted the first and severest Axis counter attacks.

Operazione Husky: la 51a Divisione dell’esercito britannico sbarca a Licata il 10 luglio del 1943...

Men of the British Highland Division unloading stores on a landing beach on the opening day of the invasion of Sicily, 10 Jul (Imperial War Museum)

1943. American 9th Troop Carrier between Gafsa, Tunisia and Licata, Sicily in July, 1943.

American Troop Carrier between Gafsa, Tunisia and Licata, Sicily prior to the invasion of mainland Italy in July, Pin by Paolo Marzioli

American 9th Troop Carrier between Gafsa, Tunisia and Licata, Sicily prior to the invasion of mainland Italy in July, 1943.

American Troop Carrier between Gafsa, Tunisia and Licata, Sicily prior to the invasion of mainland Italy in July, WWII Color

Gela (en Sicile), un des trois sites du débarquement pour le Général Patton de la 7e armée US | 10 Juillet 1943 | Sicile // Gela, Sicily, one of three landing sites for General Patton's US Seventh Army for Operation Husky, 10 July 1943.

Gela, Sicily, one of three landing sites for General Patton's US Seventh Army for Operation Husky, 10 July In "With Every Letter," Lt. Tom MacGilliver lands with the invasion force.