German gas attack seen from the air.

The Illustrated London News December 1915 showing an aerial gas attack in World War I.

Agrigento, Sicily - was settled between 582-580 BC and is attributed to Greek colonists from Gela who gave it the name Akragas. Agrigento is home to a rich archaeological legacy and a very popular tourist destination.

Agrigento, Sicily - was settled between BC and is attributed to Greek colonists from Gela who gave it the name Akragas. Agrigento is home to a rich archaeological legacy and a very popular tourist destination.

The day after of one of most fierce battles of the WW2, Cassino, Italy Spring 1944.

Monte Cassino, Italy: The “day after” of one of most fierce battles of the World War II.

US Army Rangers in Sicily, 1943. Phil Stern: Classic WWII Photos, Italy, 1943 | LIFE.com

Phil Stern: Classic WWII Photos, Italy, 1943

US Army Rangers in Sicily, 1943. Phil Stern: Classic WWII Photos, Italy, 1943 | LIFE.com

Agrigento (Sicily, Italy, 1943.) Photos by Robert Capa #agrigento #sicilia #sicily

Agrigento, Sicily, July walking through a battle-damaged street//Robert Capa

British emplacement after German gas attack (probably phosgene).

British emplacement after an unexpected German gas attack, 1917

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