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Caproni factory Caproni was the name of an aircraft made in Italy.

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Prato, Italy Bomb strike assessement Photo

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Prato, Italy (near Florence)

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Post strike damage assessment. 122 planes on the field. 43 were destroyed. 8 damaged in addition to 48 damaged by previous bombings.

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Pontecorvo, Italy 15 miles inland from Gaeta, immediately behind the battle line in Italy.

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Dated 18 January 1944 Four days before the landings at ANZIO.

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Poggibonsi, Italy January 22 "Twenty-four hours after the landing" refers to the landings at Anzio on Jan 22, 1944.

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This is the view the 85 and 91st INfantry Divisions had of the German positions on the north side of the Arno River.

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Photographic proof that the Allied bombing did not damage the Leaning Tower.

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Photo cropped and edited for Press Release. Kinda like positive Propagander to show that the Allies were not destroying Italy's cultural treasures.

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Pisa, Italy January 18 Date has to be 1944, as Pisa was in Allied hands in August 1944. Note 1945.

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Pisa, Italy (EAST at top of Photo) Bomb craters located on the South bank of the Arno River. Leaning Tower of Pisa is on the North side(to the left of this photo).

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Pisa, Italy (North at bottom of photo) Bombs hitting rail yard on South bank of the Arno River. Leaning Tower and churches are on the North side of river.

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Piombino

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After the wasted bombing mission of Abbey at Monte Cassino, the Allied air forces began OPERATION STRANGLE. The purpose was to strike the roads and railroads all throughout Italy…

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Piacenza, Italy

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Piacenza, Italy Shows remains of a destroyed Railroad bridge. This is the only RR bridge on the Po River in this area. Piacenza is West of Mantova and the site where the US…

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Pescara Italy Located on East coast in the British front.

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Perguia, Italy 14 February Railroad Yards on Rome-Florence Line. (Date has to be 1944, as both Florence was captured before Feb 1945.) (Note- Rome-Florence LINE refers to a…

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Perguia, Italy Railroad Yards on Rome-Florence Line.

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