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Tropas USA en Gela, Sicilia, Italia, 1943.

American troops with Sherman tanks moving into the Sicilian port town of Gela during an Allied effort to take the area. These tanks are from 'E' Company, Armored Regiment, Armored Division. The nearest is called El Diablo.

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Rare photos chronicle World War II's brutal Italian Campaign

Not published in LIFE. American armor moves up the Appian Way during the drive towards Rome, WWII.

Rare and classic color photos made during World War II's pivotal Italian Campaign.

American soldiers march up the Appian Way during the drive towards Rome, WWII Carl Mydans—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

THE POLISH ARMY IN THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN, 1943-1945, Borgo Lucrezia (Pesaro), Italy - pin by Paolo Marzioli

THE POLISH ARMY IN THE ITALIAN CAMPAIGN, 1943-1945, Borgo Lucrezia (Pesaro), Italy - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Brazilian soldiers of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force (BEF) are photographed at the Battle of Monte Cassino during the Italian Campaign. 25,700 Brazilian men and women arranged by the Army and Air Force fought alongside the Allied forces in the Mediterranean Theater. Brazil was the only independent South American country to send troops to fight in the war. This air-land force fought with distinction in Italy from September 1944 to May 1945, while the Brazilian Navy as well as the Brazilian…

Brazilian soldiers of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force (BEF) are photographed at the Battle of Monte Cassino during the Italian Campaign. Brazilian men and women arranged by the Army and Air Force fought alongside the Allied forces in the.

Brazilian Army Pvt. Francisco de Paula of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force (Portuguese: Força Expedicionária Brasileira, or FEB), prepares to load a 105 mm M2A1 howitzer, shoving a shell into the breech of his gun with the inscription “A cobra está fumando" ("The snake is smoking") during the Italian Campaign. The soldiers of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force called themselves Cobras Fumantes (literally, Smoking Snakes) and wore a divisional shoulder patch that showed a snake smoking a…

Francisco de Paula of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force (Portuguese: Força Expedicionária Brasileira, or FEB), prepares to load a 105 mm howitzer, shoving a shell into the.

March to Rome: This May 1943 photo shows British and South African soldiers showing off a Nazi flag during the Allied march toward Rome in the Italian city of Cassino.

Rare photos chronicle World War II's brutal Italian Campaign

British and South African soldiers hold up a Nazi trophy flag while combat engineers on bulldozers clear a path through the debris of a bombed-out city, Italian Campaign, World War II.

The U.S. Army’s all Mexican-American Infantry Unit - Little-Known Heroes of the Italian Campaign of WWII

The U.S. Army’s all Mexican-American Infantry Unit - Little-Known Heroes of the Italian Campaign of WWII

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Uniformes 2º Guerra Mundial

Unrelenting: American soldiers looking over German armor destroyed during the drive towards Rome. The Italian Campaign began with the bootin...

Rare photos chronicle World War II's brutal Italian Campaign

A group of American soldiers inspect a heavily damaged and abandoned German Marder III in Italy (May

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