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    Default Italian weapons in the enemy reports

    Interesting collection in pdf files of original wartime Allied intelligence reports on Italian military equipment.

    "RESTRICTED. War department field manual - Corps of Engineers. Landmines and booby traps"
    http://www.talpo.it/files/pdf-Pagine...e-italiane.pdf

    US Navy "Mine disposal handbook. Italian underwater ordnance"
    http://www.talpo.it/files/mine-marine-italiane.pdf

    "(British) Ministry of Supply. Permanent records of research and development. Italian bombs and fuzes by Col. A.D. Merriman Royal Engineers"
    http://www.talpo.it/files/bombe-da-a...le-inglese.pdf

    "War Department. Basic field manual - Military Intelligence. Identification of Italian aircrafts, October 24 1941"
    http://www.talpo.it/files/usa-1941-m...i-italiani.pdf

    For further information, have a look to this interesting website http://www.talpo.it/index.html

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    DVX

    Have you looked at lone Sentry, it is searchable and has a huge selection of manuals and articles published during and shortly after WW2.

    http://www.lonesentry.com/
    'Amazon' Bridge
    Construction dates: 12/13 May 1944 (Operation Diadem)
    Details: 80 ft Class 30 Bailey bridge built over Rapido river under constant fire.
    The bridge was built as part of the Allies break-out of the Gustav Line.
    Work started at 5.45pm (12 May) and completed at 5.30am (13 May).
    The human cost was high; 15 sappers were killed and 57 (including 3 officers) wounded.
    Constructed by: 7th, 59th, 225th Field Companies (4th Division)

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    Default Re: Italian weapons in the enemy reports

    Yes Leccy, I knew it, thank you. Very interesting site.

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    Hello to all, thank you DVX for these intèressants links, I took the liberty to pass them on Italy 1935 45 my other forum, because they should interest them strongly.
    Fred regards
    He who asks a question remains ignorant five minutes, who does not ask remains ignorant of his life.

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    Default Re: Italian weapons in the enemy reports

    I am looking for some pdf format on WW2....

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    Default Re: Italian weapons in the enemy reports

    Scroll down until you get to WWII:

    http://www.cgsc.edu/carl/resources/csi/csi.asp



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