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Re: WWII pictures

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06-08-2014 19:49:09

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Thats got to be Italy and Monte Cassino? My grandpa fought in Italy in the 91st Inf Div. I would love to visit someday.

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06-10-2014 11:25:26

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 Re: WWII pictures in reply to ssgshelton, 06-08-2014 19:49:09  
Hello ssgshelton,

It is Italy, but Montecassino is about an hour away from my town. It sits between Anzio and Montecassino. Plenty of air bombing made the town look like the pictures,


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06-08-2014 20:45:08

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 Re: WWII pictures in reply to ssgshelton, 06-08-2014 19:49:09  
I agree with you ssgshelton. I think this is Italy and Monte Cassino. I had an Uncle who served with the 91st Cavalry Recon Regiment (mechanized). They were scouts and wore the 91st ID patch, but operated independently of the 91st and scouted for numerous infantry and armored division. They reported directly to Army II Corps. They served in Africa, Sicily and Italy and basically took jeeps and half tracks and on foot and went ahead of the main body and were scouts to locate enemy position and if found, they had to fight their way back. My uncle served in the Rome-Arno campaign, in Pisa and the North Appenine Mountain campaign.

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