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That evening, 78th Division’s 38th Irish Brigade arrived by sea at Termoli and the German attack wintsr following morning was narrowly repulsed in desperate fighting. World War 2, 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition. On the other coast, the U. By the afternoon of 5 October, they had been squeezed back to within. David marked it as to-read Oct 05, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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This page was last edited on 13 Octoberat Army Center of Military History. Thanks for telling us about the problem. On the Adriatic coast, elements of the British 78th Infantry Division ‘s 11th Brigade infantry crossed the Biferno at dawn on 3 October following an amphibious landing at Termoli by British Commandos at Retrieved from ” https: This section needs expansion with: Return to Book Page.

Lists with This Book. Lew marked it as to-read Jan 19, However, logistical problems had prevented the Allies building a heavy duty bridge across the Biferno and when the bulldozed fords were washed away by heavy rains that evening there remained no way to get tanks across the river to support the infantry.


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Volturno Line

Want ftom Read Currently Reading Read. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. By late morning on 6 October, the Allies were on the attack and by late afternoon the Germans had started to fall back to the next prepared defences on the River Trignothe Barbara Line.

The Volturno Line was the southernmost of these. Published October 18th by Dept. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends lien of this book, please sign up.

Following the Allied invasion of Italy in September the German forces set up a series of defensive lines across Italy, intended to delay the Allied advance. Reprint of a book originally published in the s.

As a response to the increasing Allied pressure on the Adriatic front, on October 1st the German wintee commander in Italy— Generalfeldmarshall Albert Kesselring —ordered the 16th Panzer Division to switch to the Adriatic front, presenting a major and unforeseen threat to the unsupported Allied infantry.

From the Volturno to the Winter Line, 6 October – 15 November 1943

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Clarkattacked across the Volturno on the night of 12 October. Discusses the American and British troops crossing the Volturno River, and continuing the second phase of the Allied campaign in Italy.

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