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by Field Marshal Lord Carver

Author: Field Marshal Lord Carver
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Pan Macmillan; Ill edition (September 18, 2004)
Pages: 400 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.7
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by Field Marshal Lord Carver (Author). The Allies fought the Germans in Italy from July 1943 to May 1945 in a campaign reminiscent of World War I. The Allies felt they played "second fiddle to the cross-channel invasion; that victory was not going to be won by them, and that their sacrifices and suffering were not essential to it and would not be appreciated.

Field Marshal Lord Carver served in Italy in 1943 as lieutenant colonel in command of the First Royal Tank Regiment. price for USA in USD (gross). ISBN 978-1-349-63628-0. Digitally watermarked, DRM-free.

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The Allies fought the Germans in Italy from July 1943 to May 1945, in a campaign perhaps more reminiscent of the First .

The Allies fought the Germans in Italy from July 1943 to May 1945, in a campaign perhaps more reminiscent of the First World War. The terrain was difficult, th. .Had the Germans been able to deploy their forces in Italy against the D-Day landings and subsequent offensive, there could have been a very different situation in northern Europe in 1944-45. The hard-fought campaign in Italy, vividly portrayed in this book, probably made the difference.

The Allies fought the Germans in Italy from July 1943 to May 1945, in a campaign reminiscent of the First World War. The Allies felt they played 'second fiddle to the cross-channel invasion; that victory was not going to be won by them, and that their sacrifices and suffering were not essential to it and would not be appreciated.

During the hard-fought campaign, the Americans persisted in their suspicion that the British were trying to undermine the effort

During the hard-fought campaign, the Americans persisted in their suspicion that the British were trying to undermine the effort. This created a major propaganda victory for the Germans. Such incidents convinced both Washington and London that they were working at cross-purposes.

In early October 1943, Hitler was persuaded by his Army Group Commander in Southern Italy, Field Marshal Albert Kesselring, that the defence of Italy should be.The Imperial War Museum Book of the War in Italy 1943-1945. London: Sidgwick & Jackson.

In early October 1943, Hitler was persuaded by his Army Group Commander in Southern Italy, Field Marshal Albert Kesselring, that the defence of Italy should be conducted as far away from Germany as possible. This would make the most of the natural defensive geography of Central Italy, whilst denying the Allies the easy capture of a succession of airfields; each one being ever closer to Germany. New York: Enigma Books. ISBN 978-1-929631-59-9. D'Este, Carlo (1990).

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The Allies fought the Germans in Italy from July 1943 to May 1945, in a campaign perhaps more reminiscent of the First World War. The terrain was difficult, the weather bitter, the adversaries fierce and in no way inferior in strength. As the author contends, the Allies felt they played "second fiddle to the cross-channel invasion; that victory was not going to be won by them, and that their sacrifices and suffering were not essential to it and would not be appreciated." Had the Germans been able to deploy their forces in Italy against the D-Day landings and subsequent offensive, there could have been a very different situation in Northern Europe in 1944-45. The hard-fought campaign in Italy, so vividly portrayed in this book, probably made the difference.