These color photographs have never been published.
On 10 July 1943, the 150,000 British, American and canadian soldiers landed on the shores of Sicily, in the Gulf of Gela and North of Syracuse during the Second World war to take part in the bloody Italian campaign in the fight against fascism.
During this campaign, canadian, French and other allied troops made a long March on Rome, during which they suffered many casualties. The allies moved on the most famous Roman road is the Appian way, which links Rome to the southern Italian coast.
These color photographs have never been published, but now You can see them in full glory.
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