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Italy Volume I: The Sangro to Cassino

List of Illustrations

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List of Illustrations

Maori soldiers watch the bombing of the monastery US Army
Following page 110
Orsogna being bombed British Official
Embarking at Alexandria for Italy NZ Army (M. D. Elias)
Going ashore at Taranto NZ Army (G, F. Kaye)
Vehicles of the Divisional Cavalry make their way over muddy roads to the Sangro Z Army (G. F. Kaye)
Headquarters of the Divisional Artillery in its first engagement in Italy NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
A party of New Zealand engineers repairs a deviation by a demolished bridge NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
Brigadier C. E. Weir, Brigadier G. B. Parkinson, and General Freyberg before the Sangro battle NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
Flat land north of the Sangro River cut up by vehicles of 2 NZ Division NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
Manhandling a truck bogged at the Sangro NZ Army
A Bailey bridge over the Sangro River British Official
18 Regiment tanks pass through a minefield after the attack on 15–16 December 1943 18 Battalion records
Engineers making a corduroy road up to the Sangro NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
Castelfrentano NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
Brigadiers Parkinson and Kippenberger and Lieutenant-Colonel R. E. Romans discuss plans for an attack H. K. Kippenberger collection
General Sir Alan Brooke (Chief of the Imperial General Staff), General Freyberg, and General Sir Harold Alexander, December 1943 NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
A New Zealand 25-pounder in action at the Sangro NZ Army
Mud near Castelfrentano W. Fisk page xii
18 Regiment tank casualty on Cemetery Ridge 18 Battalion records
Road to the Divisional Signals cookhouse at the Sangro L. W. Hutchings
The Majella Mountains W. Fisk
Transport in heavy snow NZ Army (G. F. Kaye)
Air view of Cassino looking south-east. Castle Hill is on the left, Route 6 and the convent on the right US Signal Corps
Route 6, the railway and the hummock, and Monte Trocchio Aerial view of Cassino and Monastery Hill US Army
Following page 210
Montecassino and the town US Army
The monastery before the war
The monastery, May 1944 US Army
Cassino, November 1943
Cassino Abbey
Attack on Cassino railway station, February 1944 – a view from the Maori Battalion's RAP C. N. D'Arcy
The first stick of bombs falls on Cassino, 15 March 1944 A. M. Miller
Aerial view of the bombing of Cassino
Air photograph issued for operation dickens 19 Battalion collection
Cassino after bombardment
The bombing of Cassino
The convent from the east British Official
Cassino, twelve months later NZ Army (G. R. Bull)
The ruins of the Continental Hotel and the castle B. Guthrie
Looking across bomb craters to the wreckage of Cassino NZ Army (G. R. Bull)
Wrecked tank in the ruins of Cassino G. Aarons, staff photographer, ‘Yank’ newspaper page xiii
Cave used by 1 Parachute Division as ammunition dump and living quarters, Cassino G. Aarons
Interior of cave used by 1 Parachute Division C Aarons
Looking out of the crypt, Cassino C. N. D'Arcy
26 Battalion attacks under smoke
Baron's Palace and the Colosseum from the railway area, Cassino A. M. Miller
Signal wires on Route 6 G. H. Levien
Castle Hill from the railway station, Cassino A. M. Miller
Maori troops await orders to move C. N. D'Arcy
21 Battalion mortar team has lunch, Monte Trocchio G. Spencer
Tank gunline, Monte Trocchio A. M. Gourdie
A 5 Field Regiment 2 5-pounder in position behind Monte Trocchio for ‘upper register’ shooting W. Fisk
Montecassino – the south side of the rebuilt abbey
Montecassino – the south-west side of the rebuilt abbey
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