THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR: OPERATION HUSKY, SICILY, JULY 1943
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Prisoners of war marching along the beach to awaiting ships, watched by Naval Commandos, one of whom is armed with a Tommy gun at dawn of the opening day of the invasion of Sicily. A landing craft infantry (large) (LCI (L) 124) and two landing craft tanks LCT 382.
Italian POWs march to waiting landing craft during the Allied invasion of Sicily, July 1943.
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