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Street scene in Catania after the occupation of the town by the 8th Army troops:

Street scene in Catania after the occupation of the town by the Army troops:

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Lentini Sicily | ... -HQ-near-Lentini,-Sicily,-August-26th,-1943-PL-18285lrg-701283.jpg

Troops march into Serradifalco, Sicily (SC-179673). NARA.

Troops march into Serradifalco, Sicily NARA.

Battery British 87-mm 25-pounder howitzer cannons (QF 25-pounder) fires on the outskirts of Catania in Sicily. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Battery British 87-mm 25-pounder howitzer cannons (QF 25-pounder) fires on the outskirts of Catania in Sicily. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

American troops in Gela, Sicily, 11 July 1943. In "With Every Letter," Lt. Tom MacGilliver lands at Gela to build airfields.

American troops in Gela, Sicily, 11 July In "With Every Letter," Lt. Tom MacGilliver lands at Gela to build airfields.

British troops in Catania.

TROOPS British soldiers change position during a battle in the city of Catania in Sicily

The British Army in Sicily 1943 Quad artillery tractors and 25pdrs of 51st Highland Division are cheered by crowds as they enter Militello, 15 July 1943

The British Army in Sicily 1943 Quad artillery tractors and of Highland Division are cheered by crowds as they enter Militello, 15 July 1943

Soldiers from the 16th Infantry Regiment move into the town of Troina; Sicily, 1943

After days of tough fighting in the hills west ot Troina, a patrol scouts the town to clear out stragglers and snipers on 6 August

Palermo

The US Army convo entering Palermo to crowds of joyous civilians, July 1943

L'équipage d'un M4 Sherman 'Eternity' vérifie le char après son débarquement à Red Beach 2, en Sicile en Italie, le 10 juillet 1943.

Sherman of the Armored Division, tank Named "Eternity" Leaves Red Beach Sicily Italy 10 July 1943

British soldiers advance in Carlentini, Sicily - Italy 1943

American and Sherman tanks soldiers advance in Carlentini, Sicily - Italy 1943

The Americans and the British meet at Randazzo, 13 August 1943. From the left: Col George A. Smith (18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division), Col. H. A. Flint, Maj. Gen. Vyvyan Evelegh, and Brig. Gen. E. E. Cass.

The Americans and the British meet at Randazzo, 13 August 1943. From the left: Col George A. Smith (18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division), Col. H. A. Flint, Maj. Gen. Vyvyan Evelegh, and Brig. Gen. E. E. Cass.

Sicily 1943

Canadian Private R. Hill repairing his Universal Carrier, Catania, Italy, August 1943

Two British soldiers assisted by nurses in Catania, Sicily - Italy 1943

Italian nurses dress the minor wounds of two British soldiers in Catania, 5 August

1943-  Flower-bedecked by the civilians of Catania, a British soldier makes his way down the town's main street with even his rifle sprouting a posy.

Flower-bedecked by the civilians of Catania, a British soldier makes his way down the town's main street with even his rifle sprouting a posy.

An M3A1 White scout car moves up to the Catania Plain across the Primosole Bridge.

WIth the Primosole Bridge (background) now in British hands, a Bren gun carrier heads toward the Catania Plain after the battle.

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