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US Army In Naples October 1943 American soldiers working on amphibious vehicle in front of bombed-out buildings, during cleanup of damage done by evacuating German demolition teams. Photo by Margaret Bourke-White courtesy of Life Magazine Posted by Charles McCain

US Army In Naples October 1943 American soldiers working on amphibious vehicle in front of bombed-out buildings, during cleanup of damage done by evacuating German demolition teams. Photo by Margaret Bourke-White courtesy of Life Magazine Posted by Charles McCain

American Soldiers Repair 5th Army M4 Sherman Tank Track at Anzio Depot 1944

American Soldiers Repair 5th Army M4 Sherman Tank Track at Anzio Depot 1944

Lt. Gen. Lucian K. Truscott, Jr., commanding general of the Fifth Army in Italy, talks to African American troops of the 92nd Infantry Division after they threw back a German attack in the hills north of Viareggio, Italy in 1944.

Lt. Gen. Lucian K. Truscott, Jr., commanding general of the Fifth Army in Italy, talks to African American troops of the 92nd Infantry Division after they threw back a German attack in the hills north of Viareggio, Italy in 1944.

US Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson greeting a Japanese-American US Army captain of 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Route 68, north of Cecina, Italy, 6 Jul 1944 (Source: US Army Signal Corps)

[Photo] US Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson greeting a Japanese-American US Army captain of 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Route 68, north of Cecina, Italy, 6 Jul 1944

US Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson greeting a Japanese-American US Army captain of 442nd Regimental Combat Team, Route 68, north of Cecina, Italy, 6 Jul 1944 (Source: US Army Signal Corps)

Huge dump of German Teller mines captured by the US Seventh Army near Roccopalunba, Sicily during their drive on Palermo, July 1943. - See more at: http://ww2today.com/#sthash.ziRwpYUF.dpuf

Huge dump of German Teller mines captured by the US Seventh Army near Roccopalunba, Sicily during their drive on Palermo, July 1943. - See more at: http://ww2today.com/#sthash.ziRwpYUF.dpuf

American soldier lighting cigarette of a Japanese-American soldier, both of the US Fifth Army, near Livorno, Italy, 25 Jul 1944.  (Source: Hawaii War Records Depository)

[Photo] American soldier lighting cigarette of a Japanese-American soldier, both of the US Army, Castellina Sector, near Livorno, Italy, 25 Jul 1944

American soldier lighting cigarette of a Japanese-American soldier, both of the US Fifth Army, near Livorno, Italy, 25 Jul 1944. (Source: Hawaii War Records Depository)

Italian residents fleeing San Sebastiano, Italy from Mount Vesuvius eruption on 21 March 1944 | The Digital Collections of the National WWII Museum. (US Army Signal Corps)

Italian residents fleeing San Sebastiano, Italy from Mount Vesuvius eruption on 21 March 1944 | The Digital Collections of the National WWII Museum. (US Army Signal Corps)

American troops in Gela move a captured Italian artillery piece into firing position while the fighting rages on just a mile away during an Allied effort to take the area.

American troops in Gela move a captured Italian artillery piece into firing position while the fighting rages on just a mile away during an Allied effort to take the area.

Gregorio Diamare and the ecclesiastical authorities of Monte Cassino abbey giving German Luftwaffe troops the permission to remove artwork for transfer to Germany, 4 January 1944 (German Federal Archive, photographer: Meister)

[Photo] Gregorio Diamare and the ecclesiastical authorities of Monte Cassino abbey giving German Luftwaffe troops the permission to remove artwork for transfer to Germany, 4 Jan 1944, photo 2 of 2

Gregorio Diamare and the ecclesiastical authorities of Monte Cassino abbey giving German Luftwaffe troops the permission to remove artwork for transfer to Germany, 4 January 1944 (German Federal Archive, photographer: Meister)

March 1942 21 1942 Heaviest bombing raid on Malta yet. Bomb damage to the motor transport depot of 32nd Company, Royal Army Service Corps at Floriana, 20 March 1942.

March 1942 21 1942 Heaviest bombing raid on Malta yet. Bomb damage to the motor transport depot of 32nd Company, Royal Army Service Corps at Floriana, 20 March 1942.

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