Italy

Italian First Offensives 1915 Part II

Austria Battle Italy 25 Min Read

Looking from the western rim of the Isonzo valley, across to Mount Mrzli. The Italians clawed their way up this 1,200-metre face, but could not take the summit. Colonel De Rossi’s view in May 1915 was from a lower elevation. The fight for the Rocca on 9 June was fierce but short. The Austrians pulled back across a valley to…

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Nikolayevka 1943

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Revolution in Italy 1820s Part I

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A series of sharp but also intermittent conflicts broke out over control of Italy at…

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Medieval Prints by Graham Turner Although firmly rooted and fairly well developed in the Rhineland,…

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It is a commonly held view that disciplined and effective infantry largely disappeared from the…

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At the conclusion of the fifteenth century, Italy remained divided. There were four kingdoms: Sardinia,…