47 items in this album on 3 pages.

US Army Private First Class Harvey White administering plasma to wounded Private Roy Humphrey, Sicily, Italy, 9 Aug 1943Montgomery and Eisenhower inspecting enemy installations across the Strait of Messina from Sicily, 30 Aug 1943Brigadier R. E. Urquhart, Lieutenant General Oliver Leese, and Lieutenant Colonel W. B. H. Ray in Sicily, Italy, 1943US Army Corporal Paul F. Janesk posing in his jeep in Sicily, Italy, 3 Sep 1943; note cartoon of Axis leaders drawn on his jeep, and Mussolini crossed out
US Army Private First Class Harvey White administering plasma to wounded Private Roy Humphrey, Sicily, Italy, 9 Aug 1943Montgomery and Eisenhower inspecting enemy installations across the Strait of Messina from Sicily, 30 Aug 1943Brigadier R. E. Urquhart, Lieutenant General Oliver Leese, and Lieutenant Colonel W. B. H. Ray in Sicily, Italy, 1943US Army Corporal Paul F. Janesk posing in his jeep in Sicily, Italy, 3 Sep 1943; note cartoon of Axis leaders drawn on his jeep, and Mussolini crossed out
Valiant led the line as the Italian fleet steamed into Malta, under the terms of the Italian Armistice, 10 Sep 1943; note WarspiteBadoglio declared war on Germany, 13 Oct 1943; American representative Taylor on leftUnited States Army LtGen George Patton placing a wreath at the Palermo American War Cemetery, Palermo, Sicily on 11 Nov 1943 during World War I Armistice Day ceremonies.
Valiant led the line as the Italian fleet steamed into Malta, under the terms of the Italian Armistice, 10 Sep 1943; note Warspite's 15in guns in foregroundBadoglio declared war on Germany, 13 Oct 1943; American representative Taylor on leftUnited States Army LtGen George Patton placing a wreath at the Palermo American War Cemetery, Palermo, Sicily on 11 Nov 1943 during World War I Armistice Day ceremonies.

47 items in this album on 3 pages.

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