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G.I.s near Rome read of the Normandy invasion in The Beachhead News. “How do you like that?” Clark complained. “They didn’t even let us have the newspaper headlines for the fall of Rome for one day.”

G.I.s near Rome read of the Normandy invasion in The Beachhead News. “How do you like that?” Clark complained. “They didn’t even let us have the newspaper headlines for the fall of Rome for one day.”

A Sherman tank loaded with infantry is cheered by local people as it passes through Salerno, 10 September 1943.

A Sherman tank loaded with infantry is cheered by local people as it passes through Salerno, 10 September 1943.

Salerno, 9 September 1943 (Operation Avalanche): American troops place one of their first casualties on board a landing craft.

Salerno, 9 September 1943 (Operation Avalanche): American troops place one of their first casualties on board a landing craft.

Mortar crewmen drop another round down the tube near the Rapido River on January 24, 1944. Before the attack, the 36th Division commander, Major General Fred L. Walker, had scribbled in his diary, “We are undertaking the impossible, but I shall keep it to myself.”

Mortar crewmen drop another round down the tube near the Rapido River on January 24, 1944. Before the attack, the 36th Division commander, Major General Fred L. Walker, had scribbled in his diary, “We are undertaking the impossible, but I shall keep it to myself.”

Humanity in Warfare: A German POW with a serious head wound awaits medical help from U.S. doctors at Volturno, Italy (October 17, 1943). Treatment of enemy wounded was at the same level as that for American soldiers and saved thousands of German lives.

Humanity in Warfare: A German POW with a serious head wound awaits medical help from U.S. doctors at Volturno, Italy (October 17, 1943). Treatment of enemy wounded was at the same level as that for American soldiers and saved thousands of German lives.

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