World War II, ( left to right) Major-General Geoffrey Keyes, General Sir Bernard Montgomery and Lieutenant-General George S, Patton studying a map of Sicily at the Royal Palace in Palermo, 3rd September 1943 whilst planning the Allied...More
September 03, 2018 Licence
LST boats are loaded with troops and equipment as the US prepares to invade the docks of Palermo, Sicily, Italy. Barrage balloons were used to form a protective covering against the flight paths of enemy aircraft. Ground vehicles move...More
August 23, 2010 Licence
The Allied Landings In Italy, September 12, 1943: Reggio, Taranto And Salerno, Salerno, 9 September 1943 (Operation Avalanche): During 12 - 13 September, the Germans mounted their strongest counter-attack, dividing the Allied forces...More
September 03, 2013 Licence
American troops wading ashore from a landing craft during the World War II Allied invasion of Salerno, Italy, September 1943.
Field Marshal Montgomery saluting from his car, as he drives past troops in Reggio Calabria, Italy, September 3rd 1943.
September 03, 1943 Licence
A barrage balloon is released from an English army landing craft near Salerno, Italy, September 1943.
January 01, 2013 Licence
The inhabitants of Reggio cheer the arrival of an Allied tank during the Allies' invasion of Italy, September 1943.
Convoy of American landing craft laden with men and supplies for the invasion of Italy at Salerno, September 1943.
Troops coming ashore from a landing craft during the Salerno landings in Italy.
U.S. Infantryman march into Messina, Sicily on September 3, 1943.