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American vehicles of the Fifth Army pass the ancient Coliseum as they begin to occupy Rome.  Rome, Italy.  June 5, 1944.

American vehicles of the Fifth Army pass the ancient Coliseum as they begin to occupy Rome.

American vehicles of the Fifth Army pass the ancient Coliseum as they begin to occupy Rome.  Rome, Italy.  June 5, 1944.

American vehicles of the Fifth Army pass the ancient Coliseum as they begin to occupy Rome.

Frederick Kaye. New Zealand soldiers on leave in Rome, Italy, with guide at the Colosseum, 3 July 1944 [::SemAp FB || SemAp::]

New Zealand soldiers on leave in Rome, Italy, with guide at the Colosseum, 3 July 1944 [::SemAp FB

Rome, Italy, March 1944. Italian troops of the X MAS (belonging to the RSI Navy, and fighting as allied of the Germans) standing in viale Carso near piazza Bainsizza (Prati district), inspected by General der Luftwaffe Kurt Mälzer around the time this unit was deployed to counter the Allied beachhead at Anzio - Nettuno, south of Rome. Decima Flottiglia MAS = X MAS

Rome, Italy, March 1944. Italian troops of the X MAS (belonging to the RSI Navy, and fighting as allied of the Germans) standing in viale Carso near piazza Bainsizza (Prati district), inspected by General der Luftwaffe Kurt Mälzer around the time this unit was deployed to counter the Allied beachhead at Anzio - Nettuno, south of Rome. Decima Flottiglia MAS = X MAS

Allied troops on the flag draped balcony of Palazza Venezia, from which Mussolini used to address the people of Rome, while people celebrate below them

- Rome, Italy: Allied troops on the flag-draped balcony of Palazza Venezia, from which Mussolini used to address the people, while people celebrate below them.

American troops camped by the roadside during the drive towards Rome, allied Italian Campaign, 1944.

World War II in Color: The Italian Campaign and the Road to Rome

American troops camped by the roadside during the drive towards Rome, WWII.

US troops entering Santa Maria Infante, Italy, 14 May 1944 (US Center of Military History). On this date, the US II Corps broke the Gustav Line in Italy, opening the route to Rome.

US troops entering Santa Maria Infante, Italy, 14 May 1944 (US Center of Military History). On this date, the US II Corps broke the Gustav Line in Italy, opening the route to Rome.

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