THE BRITISH ARMY IN ITALY, APRIL 1944
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The 'Infantryman'. Corporal M Smith of the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, posing with a tommy gun at the main Headquarters of the Eighth Army in the San Angelo area. Corporal Smith, a former metal polisher from Birmingham, served in North Africa and Egypt before going to Italy in early 1944. He was involved in the fighting north of Cassino and on the Garigliano River.
Corporal M Smith of the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, posing with a Thompson sub-machine gun in the San Angelo area of Italy, April 1944.
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