The Fall Of Monte Cassino



The Fall Of Monte Cassino By Robert Michulec | Concord Publications | № 6524
52 pages | 2007 | English | ISBN: 9623611536 | PDF | 20.9 MB


Perhaps one of the best known battles in the Italian campaign was the Battle of Monte Cassino. There was actually a series of four battles, the first starting on 17 January 1944, and the last on 18 May. Monte Cassino was a key to the German defensive Winter Line south of Rome, also known as the Gustav Line.
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    bhgvld 11 Sep 2012 #

    Well, I like it!
    Thanks!

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    packmaster 11 Sep 2012 #

    Cheers bhgvld

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    chefelr 11 Sep 2012 #

    also 23500 Brasilian soldiers fighted there, where 443 died.

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    packmaster 12 Sep 2012 #

    As a Kiwi I heard and read about the battle of Monte Cassino all my life and knew about the New Zealanders, Indians and Poles who were involved but didn't know about the Brazilian's, I think most English books must include them with the Americans or something.
    Someone has finally written some thing in English for us ignorant ones.
    I have uploaded it here. Thanks for your information.

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    Fudge 14 Sep 2012 #

    you added the NewZealander's but forgot the Aussie help :)

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    packmaster 14 Sep 2012 #

    Sorry mate, while I'm sure there were Diggers serving in British and Kiwi units at Monte Casino I am unaware of any Aussie units involved.



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    +9
    Fudge 14 Sep 2012 #

    you added the NewZealander's but forgot the Aussie help :)

    +4
    packmaster 11 Sep 2012 #

    Cheers bhgvld

    +4
    packmaster 12 Sep 2012 #

    As a Kiwi I heard and read about the battle of Monte Cassino all my life and knew about the New Zealanders, Indians and Poles who were involved but didn't know about the Brazilian's, I think most English books must include them with the Americans or something.
    Someone has finally written some thing in English for us ignorant ones.
    I have uploaded it here. Thanks for your information.

  • +3
    bhgvld 11 Sep 2012 #

    Well, I like it!
    Thanks!

    Reply
    +4
    packmaster 11 Sep 2012 #

    Cheers bhgvld

    Reply
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    ronsin 11 Sep 2012 #

    It serves him right. the "Cassino" guy. The last time I was at the Cassino he took all my money at the Blackjack table.

    Now who do I thank.
    Pac. I think.

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    chefelr 11 Sep 2012 #

    also 23500 Brasilian soldiers fighted there, where 443 died.

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    packmaster 12 Sep 2012 #

    As a Kiwi I heard and read about the battle of Monte Cassino all my life and knew about the New Zealanders, Indians and Poles who were involved but didn't know about the Brazilian's, I think most English books must include them with the Americans or something.
    Someone has finally written some thing in English for us ignorant ones.
    I have uploaded it here. Thanks for your information.

    Reply
    +9
    Fudge 14 Sep 2012 #

    you added the NewZealander's but forgot the Aussie help :)

    Reply
    +3
    packmaster 14 Sep 2012 #

    Sorry mate, while I'm sure there were Diggers serving in British and Kiwi units at Monte Casino I am unaware of any Aussie units involved.

    Reply
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    wycchip 11 Sep 2012 #

    Great book! Mediafire helps so much for us poor people!

    Thanks!

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    paulocardoso 12 Sep 2012 #

    Obrigado

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    packmaster 12 Sep 2012 #

    @ ronsin, serves you right. The house always wins. LoL.
    Thanks and welcome

    @ wycchip, you welcome and right about MF to download from. As I'm sure everyone is tired of hearing by now, if they get a complaint about one file they delete the whole account. But I know that and have backup plans.

    @ paulocardoso, é bem-vindo.

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    GenGordan 17 Sep 2012 #

    d(G_G)b

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