A Travel Guide to World War II Sites in Italy

A Travel Guide to World War II Sites in Italy
Author : Anne Saunders
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages : 188
Release : 2016-12-13
ISBN 10 : 1540566048
ISBN 13 : 9781540566041
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

A Travel Guide to World War II Sites in Italy Book Description:

THE BOOK SHOWN ON THIS PAGE IS THE UPDATED AND EXPANDED SECOND EDITION, published in December 2016. This new version adds tours of WWII sites in Sicily/southern Italy, and updates the descriptions of WWII sites in central and northern Italy. It also adds locations along the Adriatic coast, where the Eighth Army fought many battles. Altogether the new edition describes almost 200 sites. The guidebook closes with excerpts from the journal of a prisoner of war who spent months in Italian POW camps. Please note that book reviews prior to December 2016 refer to the FIRST edition, published in 2010 and no longer in print (although some first-edition copies are still for sale on the Amazon website).


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