Map of the Allied breakout from the Anzio, Italy beachhead and advance from the Gustav Line, May 1944

Caption   Map of the Allied breakout from the Anzio, Italy beachhead and advance from the Gustav Line, May 1944 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 14 Mar 2013

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1. Alfred Elliott says:
28 May 2018 07:35:56 PM

My uncle, Vernon A. Porter of Middleborough MA was assigned to K Company 30th infantry division. He was killed in action in the battle of Anzio on June 2, 1944. Any info on his company would be appreciated.

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