Sicilian refugees on an ox cart, Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943

Caption   Sicilian refugees on an ox cart, Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943 ww2db
Source   ww2db German Federal Archive
Identification Code   N 1603 Bild-210
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Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 21 Jul 1943
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 26 Feb 2011

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  1. Cesare CALCARA - Italy says:
    26 May 2011 03:36:38 AM

    N 1603 Bild-210: This photo is not taken at Palermo, but Messina (note you column with a statue of the Madonna based at gate the port of Messina, again today existent).
    verify and correct header.
    Bye Bye
    Cesare Calcara, from Palermo

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