THE BRITISH ARMY IN ITALY, APRIL 1944
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The 'Signal Lineman'. Signalman A Johnson of P Line Section (No 1) Company, 8th Army Signals, with a role of wire at the main headquarters of the Eighth Army in the San Angelo area of Italy. Signalman Johnson, a former bus conductor from Mill Hill, left England for Egypt in February 1942. He served with the Eighth Army in Egypt until Mareth, then went to Sicily, and has been in Italy since October 1943.
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