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World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Italy

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Diary, 1943-1944

Scope and Contents Moss's first diary entry begins on page 13 and is dated September 13, 1943, the day his unit departed for overseas duty, and the last is D-Day, June 6, 1944. During the bulk of this period his unit was in Italy at Anzio Beachhead and vicinity. Moss describes action at Anzio, German air attacks, unit casualities, and other events relating to the military campaign.

Gilbert E. Butler military service information

 File — Box MS0532
Scope and Contents Summary, 2 pages, of Butler's service as a transport, escort and combat pilot during World War II. He flew 52 combat missions in Sardinia, Sicily and Italy, and became commanding officer of the 27th Squadron, 1st Fighter Group.

Harrison Hubard military service information

 File — Box MS0532
Scope and Contents Account of Hubard's service as a Ground Liaison Officer (GLO) with the 2689th Ground Liaison Detachment (15th Army Group). He servied in North Africa and Italy. He participated in the Rome, Arno, Northern Appenines and Po Valley campaigns.

O. Halsey Hill military service information

 File — Box MS0532
Scope and Contents File contains detailed account of Hill's service in North Africa and Italy during World War II, as well as original military orders, citations and other documents dating from his service (bulk 1942-1945). Includes coverage of battles in North Apennines, 1944