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American soldiers looking at a dead German pilot and his wrecked aircraft near Gela, Sicily, Italy, 12 Jul 1943Grave of the first American casualty on the beach near Gela during the invasion of Sicily, Italy, 12 Jul 1943LST unloading vehicles and supplies on the beach in Gela, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943; note Ford GPW Jeep in foregroundBritish Sherman tank of XIII Corps, Eighth Army in the streets of Francofonte, Sicily, 13-14 Jul 1943
American soldiers looking at a dead German pilot and his wrecked aircraft near Gela, Sicily, Italy, 12 Jul 1943Grave of the first American casualty on the beach near Gela during the invasion of Sicily, Italy, 12 Jul 1943LST unloading vehicles and supplies on the beach in Gela, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943; note Ford GPW Jeep in foregroundBritish Sherman tank of XIII Corps, Eighth Army in the streets of Francofonte, Sicily, 13-14 Jul 1943
Biscayne as the flagship of the Canadian-built Chevrolet CGT and 25-pdr field gun of 51st Highland Division, Militello, Sicily, Italy, 15 Jul 1943Lieutenant General Mark Clark and Navy Rear Admiral Alan Kirk aboard command ship USS Ancon during the Sicily operations, Mers-el-Kebir, Oran, Algeria, 18 Jul 1943.Damaged buildings at Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943, photo 1 of 2
Biscayne as the flagship of the 'Joss' (Licata) invasion force during the invasion of Sicily, Jul 1943; destroyer Buck in foregroundCanadian-built Chevrolet CGT and 25-pdr field gun of 51st Highland Division, Militello, Sicily, Italy, 15 Jul 1943Lieutenant General Mark Clark and Navy Rear Admiral Alan Kirk aboard command ship USS Ancon during the Sicily operations, Mers-el-Kebir, Oran, Algeria, 18 Jul 1943.Damaged buildings at Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943, photo 1 of 2
Damaged buildings at Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943, photo 2 of 2Warspite bombarding enemy positions at Catania, Sicily as seen from WarspiteBritish soldier studying a captured 28cm sPzB 41 anti-tank gun, Sicily, Italy, 21 Jul 1943Sicilian refugees on an ox cart, Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943
Damaged buildings at Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943, photo 2 of 2Warspite bombarding enemy positions at Catania, Sicily as seen from Warspite's bridge, Jul 1943British soldier studying a captured 28cm sPzB 41 anti-tank gun, Sicily, Italy, 21 Jul 1943Sicilian refugees on an ox cart, Palermo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul 1943
Bernard Montgomery and George Patton near Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 28 Jul 1943General Bernard Montgomery saying farewell to Lieutenant General George Patton at an airfield near Palermo, Sicily, Italy after MontgomeryGeorge Patton and Lieutenant Colonel Lyle Bernard, CO, 30th Infantry Regiment discussing strategy near Brolo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul-Aug 1943German Tiger I heavy tank in Sicily, Italy, Aug 1943
Bernard Montgomery and George Patton near Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 28 Jul 1943General Bernard Montgomery saying farewell to Lieutenant General George Patton at an airfield near Palermo, Sicily, Italy after Montgomery's visit, 28 Jul 1943George Patton and Lieutenant Colonel Lyle Bernard, CO, 30th Infantry Regiment discussing strategy near Brolo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul-Aug 1943German Tiger I heavy tank in Sicily, Italy, Aug 1943
Major General Terry de la Mesa and Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Sicily, Italy, 1943Officers sighting guns atop an anti-aircraft tower at Messina, Sicily, Italy, circa Aug 1943US M1 mortar team, Sicily, Italy, mid-1943Waco CG-4A gliders lining up on an airstrip in Sicily, Italy, Aug 1943; note Jeeps in foreground
Major General Terry de la Mesa and Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Sicily, Italy, 1943Officers sighting guns atop an anti-aircraft tower at Messina, Sicily, Italy, circa Aug 1943US M1 mortar team, Sicily, Italy, mid-1943Waco CG-4A gliders lining up on an airstrip in Sicily, Italy, Aug 1943; note Jeeps in foreground

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