This famous 1945 documentary is about a WWII battle in San Pietro, Italy that claimed the lives of over 1,100 U.S. soldiers. The footage captured, which was taken at great risk, is jolting, raw, and suspenseful.
(32 minutes, Black and White)
The prolific John Huston directs “The Battle of San Pietro” available free here http://bit.ly/BattleOfSanPietro @worldworthwatch
The 36th Infantry Division waged “The Battle of San Pietro” in 1943 and it can be seen here http://bit.ly/BattleOfSanPietro @USArmy
The Allied forces battled the embedded Axis forces of the ‘Winter Line’ in San Pietro. Learn more here http://bit.ly/BattleOfSanPietro
“The Maltese Falcon” director John Huston was employed by the Army in WWII to make films & his work is here http://bit.ly/BattleOfSanPietro
The first battle of WWII where the Italian Army fought alongside the allies after the armistice is here http://bit.ly/BattleOfSanPietro
This Veterans Day take time to remember the Italian campaign of WWII by viewing “The Battle of San Pietro” http://bit.ly/BattleOfSanPietro
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