THE BATTLE OF CASSINO, JANUARY-MAY 1944
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First Phase: 17 January -13 February 1944: Men of the King's Royal Rifles man an observation post in the Garigliano area. Rifleman L H Ockleston on guard, Corporal K Fossey, wireless operator, in the background, and Rifleman T Tanner on the right. Strong German resistance had prevented the British assault from breaking into the Liri Valley from the south west and achieving the collapse of the Cassino Front.
Men of the King's Royal Rifles man an observation post in the Garigliano area of Italy, 30 January 1944.
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