M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of the American 701st Battalion at Mt. Terminale, Italy, 3 Mar 1945Japanese-American troops ran for cover as a German shelling was starting, Italy, 4 Apr 1945B-24L M24 Chaffee light tank of US Army 1st Armored Division in Bologna, Italy, late Apr 1945
M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of the American 701st Battalion at Mt. Terminale, Italy, 3 Mar 1945Japanese-American troops ran for cover as a German shelling was starting, Italy, 4 Apr 1945B-24L 'Stevonovitch II' of the of the 464th Bomber Group hit by German anti-aircraft fire over Lugo, Italy, 10 Apr 1945; out of the crew of 10 only 1, the bombardier, survived.M24 Chaffee light tank of US Army 1st Armored Division in Bologna, Italy, late Apr 1945
African-American soldiers of the US Army 92nd Infantry Division entering the Galleria Giuseppe Garibaldi, Genoa, Italy, 27 Apr 1945African-American soldiers of 370th Regiment of US Army 92nd Infantry Division marching through Prato in the Po Valley, Italy, circa May 1945Japanese-American troops of 100th Infantry Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team inspecting a confiscated German field kitchen, Brescia, Italy, 18 May 1945, photo 1 of 2Japanese-American troops of 100th Infantry Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team inspecting a confiscated German field kitchen, Brescia, Italy, 18 May 1945, photo 2 of 2
African-American soldiers of the US Army 92nd Infantry Division entering the Galleria Giuseppe Garibaldi, Genoa, Italy, 27 Apr 1945African-American soldiers of 370th Regiment of US Army 92nd Infantry Division marching through Prato in the Po Valley, Italy, circa May 1945Japanese-American troops of 100th Infantry Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team inspecting a confiscated German field kitchen, Brescia, Italy, 18 May 1945, photo 1 of 2Japanese-American troops of 100th Infantry Battalion, US 442nd Regimental Combat Team inspecting a confiscated German field kitchen, Brescia, Italy, 18 May 1945, photo 2 of 2
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