Damaged buildings at Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943, photo 1 of 2

Caption   Damaged buildings at Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943, photo 1 of 2
Photographer   Horst Grund
Source   German Federal Archive
Identification Code   N 1603 Bild-208
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Added By C. Peter Chen

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  1. Cesare CALCARA says:
    26 May 2011 03:44:42 AM

    there is "Cavalluccio Marino Place"photo, at Palermo near "Porta Felice (ancien city Gate), but the photo is printed on the contrary.
    Cesare Calcara

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