Battle of Ortona

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Canadian Soldiers at Ortona-December 1943

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Ortona - Troops from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment shelter in a ravaged building while getting grenades ready for throwing. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Soldier, Ww2 History, Military History, American Code, Ghost Images, Man Of War

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Ortona - Troops from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment shelter in a ravaged building while getting grenades ready for throwing.

Battle of Ortona Italy - An unidentified member of the Canadian West Nova Scotia Regiment firing a PIAT anti-tank weapon. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Ww2 Pictures, Historical Pictures, Royal Canadian Navy, British Army Uniform, Ghost Images, Remembrance Day

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Ortona - An unidentified member of the West Nova Scotia Regiment firing a PIAT anti-tank weapon.

Fallen Fallshirmjager, battle of Ortona (Italy), december 1943 Luftwaffe, Paratrooper, Canadian Soldiers, Man Of War, Akashic Records, Military History, World War Two, Troops, Ww2

Fallen Fallshirmjager, battle of Ortona (Italy), december 1943, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Photos - The Saskatoon Light Infantry (M. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Army, Painting Concrete, Stained Concrete, Guys Grooming, Barber Shop Haircuts, Hair Salon Names

Signore Tomasso, an Italian barber, cuts the hair of Private R.J. Tims, Ortona, Italy, 10 January 1944.

The ruins of Ortona, Italy, after liberation from the German army by Canadian forces, December ( Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, American Islands, Italian Campaign, Military Intervention, Red Army, German Army, Pearl Harbor, Second World

The ruins of Ortona, Italy, after liberation from the German army by Canadian forces, December 1943. ( Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.)

An unidentified gunner of the Saskatoon Light Infantry (M.) laying down harassing fire with a Vickers machine gun near Ortona, Italy, 7 January Pin by Paolo Marzioli Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Army, Military Photos, Military History, Italian Campaign, Killed In Action, Vietnam War

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Ortona - An unidentified gunner of the Saskatoon Light Infantry (M.G.) laying down harrassing fire with a Vickers machine gun. January 7, 1944. Ortona, Italy (vicinity).

Ortona - The team from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment who dug out Lance Corporal Boyd. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Army, Lance Corporal, Army Infantry, Lest We Forget, History Photos, D Day

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Ortona - The team from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment who dug out Lance Corporal Boyd.

The Canadian War Museum - A Chronology of Canadian Military History. The Italian Campaign. Canadian forces participated from the beginning in the Allied campaign in Italy. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Army, World History, World War Ii, Ww2 History, Modern History, Italian Campaign

A Chronology of Canadian Military History - 1943-1945

The Canadian War Museum - A Chronology of Canadian Military History. The Italian Campaign. 1943-1945 Canadian forces participated from the beginning in the Allied campaign in Italy.

Via Dolorosa, Ortona - Major Charles Comfort, 1943 [[MORE]] Via Dolorosa, Ortona - Major Charles Comfort, 1943 Soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Brigade fight their way through the streets of. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Reference Images, Military Art, World War Two, Artsy, History, Artwork, Wwii

Art and War - Via Dolorosa, Ortona - Charles Comfort

Via Dolorosa, Ortona - by Charles Comfort, - one felt a choking claustrophobia in the place- Canadian War Museum

Ortona - Many civilians had stayed in the town throughout the fighting, despite warnings from the Germans to leave. With the end of combat they began emerging from hiding. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Italian Campaign, Juno Beach, Lest We Forget, World War Two, Belgium, Wwii

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Ortona - Many civilians had stayed in the town throughout the fighting, despite warnings from the Germans to leave. With the end of combat they began emerging from hiding.

Burial service for a Canadian soldier killed by shell-fire, San Leonardo di Ortona, Italy, 10 December Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Italian Campaign, Military History, World War Two, Wwii, Canada, Italy, San

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The Moro Valley - Burial service of Canadian soldier killed by shell-fire. San Leonardo di Ortona, Italy. December 10, 1943.

During the fighting at Ortona, a Canadian truck burns after being set on fire by German mortar fire. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Ghost Images, Lest We Forget, World War Two, Love Photography, Wwii, Military

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Ortona - During the fighting at Ortona, a Canadian truck burns after being set on fire by German mortar fire.

No 18 British Wireless Radio set. Infantrymen of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment operating a No. 18 wireless set outside Regimental Headquarters, Ortona, Italy, December 1943 Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Ww2 Uniforms, The Loyal, History Photos, Us Army, World War Two, Wwii, British

WW2 No 18 British Wireless Radio set. Infantrymen of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment operating a No. 18 wireless set outside Regimental Headquarters, Ortona, Italy, December 21, 1943

Ortona - The ruins could hide snipers or heavier weapons. The rubble could stop a tank. Boobytraps and mines could be anywhere. (This photograph was taken after the fighting at Ortona had ended. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Ghost Images, World War Two, Ww2, Snipers, Battle, Canada

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Ortona - The ruins could hide snipers or heavier weapons. The rubble could stop a tank. Boobytraps and mines could be anywhere. (This photograph was taken after the fighting at Ortona had ended.)

Stretcher bearers evacuating casualties from "A" Company Headquarters, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (P.) north of Ortona, Italy, 20 January Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, British Army, Invasion Of Poland, Lest We Forget, D Day, World War Two, Wwii, Canada

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Ortona - Stretcher bearers evacuating casualties from 'A' Company Headquarters, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (P.P.C.L.I.).

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