Cassino 1944



Cassino 1944: Breaking the Gustav Line by Ken Ford | Art by Howard Gerrard | Osprey Publishing | Campaign 134
96 pages | 2004 | English | ISBN: 1841766232 | PDF | 47.3 MB


The battle for Cassino was probably the most bitter struggle of the entire Italian campaign. The dominating peak of Monte Cassino crowned by its magnificent but doomed medieval monastery was the key to the entire Gustav Line, a formidable system of defenses that stretched right across the Italian peninsula.
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    ronsin 11 Sep 2012 #

    You got it fixed right? It was something simple, right? Use this rule.

    "Occam's Razor: All things being equal, the solution to a problem tends to be the simpler one."

    Unless Murphy is around. Then if anything can go wrong it will, including Murphys law.

    My rule: WHAT?

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    packmaster 11 Sep 2012 #

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    I bought you a 10" TV. It's the newest thing out. Black & White.

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    packmaster 14 Sep 2012 #

    That's even older then me, it's a 1948 GE Model 805 TV.

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    packmaster 14 Sep 2012 #

    Cheers, I saw that :)

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