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Distant War Graves

Discussion in 'World War II Cemeteries' started by Jim, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. Jim

    Jim New Member

    Sep 1, 2006
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    (1) A simple stone marks the valorous deeds of men of the 8th Army who fell and were buried at Mozzagrogna an important Italian village on the River Sangro, captured on Nov 30th 1943. (4) On the 5th Army Garigliano front, steel helmets and rifles belong to three British soldiers who gave their lives. (2) In the Tunisian campaign, a British Parachute Brigade fought with great distinction between November 1942 and April 1943 on every sector of the 1st Army front; on the site of one of the Brigade's battles a sergeant pays homage to fallen comrades. (3) A Canadian padre holds a drumhead service at a cemetery of the Canadian Seaforth Highlanders of the 8th Army.


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