The Battle for Castle Itter: Americans, Germans, and French, Oh My!

In today’s post I am thrilled to share an articles about WWII titled Americans, Germans, and French, Oh my! The Strange Battle For Castle Itter by our guest Thomas Richardson. He is an historian and writer who publishes on his own blog titled History Here And Now and has been featured here previously.

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Drought In Italy Unearths Lost Shipwreck From World War Two

A stunning historic shipwreck from WWII has surfaced along a massive river for the first time after one of the longest droughts in Italian history occurs as summer begins. The ship was found in a nature reserve in Gualtieri, a small town located on the banks of Po in Emilia-Romagna.

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