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Precision bombing of Florence Italy.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 26 Feb 2010 You

Collecchio is located in Northern Italy between the coastal town of La Spezia and Parma.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 26 Feb 2010 You

Cisterna di LIttoria is NE of ANZIO.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 2 · 26 Feb 2010 You

Cecina was located on one of the main roads along the western coast leading north of Rome to Liverno.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 26 Feb 2010 You

The Town of Cassino was located almost due EAST of the Abbey on top of the Mountain.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 26 Feb 2010 You

Casal Maggiore (today called Casalmaggiore) was located on the Po River

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 71 · 26 Feb 2010 You

Eddie Rickenbacker was a race car driver before WW1 . During WW1, he was a fighter pilot and became the top scoring ace, earning the Medal of Honor. Later he formed an airlines…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 26 Feb 2010 You

Official Report by Lt-Col J. Barksdale stated: "Sergeant Grizelle, the color bearer, on this as on former fields, won a name for gallantry, and was pierced through the thigh by a…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 6 · 25 Feb 2010 You

Many reports state that the German's intentionally bombed the Hospitals. On Feb 7, an enemy bomber under attack jettisoned 5 bombs that fell on the U.S. 95th Evacuation…

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: 1944-Mar-3 The Montrose Herald, Page 3 · 21 Feb 2010 You

Lieut. David C. Waybur, 3rd Reconnaissance Troop, 3rd Infantry Division, was awarded a Medal Of Honor for action at Agrigento, Sicily, on 17 July 1943.

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: 1944-Feb-4 The Montrose Herald, Page 3 · 21 Feb 2010 You

Maj. Pappy Boyington tied the American record of 26 enemy planes on January 3, 1944 over Rabaul, but was shot down himself later the same day. He had been picked up by a Japanese…

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: 1944-Jan-21 The Montrose Herald, Page 2 · 21 Feb 2010 You

American GI's in front of a German King Tiger Tank.

Image, found in steve_cole's uploads: Okto7.jpg · 21 Feb 2010 You

See Capt L. W. Taliaferro of same Regiment.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 10 · 14 Feb 2010 You

See also records for McGehee, W. C. which has an Inventory of his personal items after his death which was signed by Capt. Taliaferro.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 10 · 14 Feb 2010 You

Sgt Boston Corbett was credited with firing the shot that mortally wounded John Wilkes Booth.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-2611 Sgt. Boston Corbett · 13 Feb 2010 You

Capt. Doherty lead a small detachment of men from the 16th New York Cavalry in pursuit of J. W. Booth.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-2181 Capt. Edward P. Poherty, [Illegible] · 13 Feb 2010 You

The Lake Erie Raid was a plan by the Confederates to raid Johnson Islands Prison in Ohio by way of Lake Erie in fall of…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 3 · 12 Feb 2010 You

Name should be "Statler". This series of cards include both 'J. P. Statler" and "J. G. Statler".

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 10 · 12 Feb 2010 You

Reference: NOTES OF A PRIVATE By John Milton Hubbard mentions the loss of his brother Dorsey G. Hubbard of the 5th Mississippi Cavalry. These cards do not record his death.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 5 · 11 Feb 2010 You

See Card #2 that lists his wound as at Collierville in 1863.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 10 · 10 Feb 2010 You