The land campaign through Italy, WWII.

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The land campaign through Italy, WWII.

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Can anyone recommend a book on the overall land campaign through Italy in WWII? I know there are books on the Sicily invasion and the Anzio battle/s, but was looking for something that covered the overall campaign, from the initial invasion by the Allies until at least the fall of Rome, if not further.

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We are off to look for trouble. I expect we shall find it.” Capt. Tennant. HMS Repulse. Dec. 8 1941
A review of the situation at about 1100 was not encouraging.” Capt. Gordon, HMS Exeter. 1 March 1942
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Army Green Books?
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OpanaPointer wrote: Thu Nov 10, 2022 10:26 pmArmy Green Books?
Thanks OP, but.....................I was looking for something more along the lines of James Holland's 'Sicily 43' or Lloyd Clark's 'Anzio. The Friction of War' than an Army study so to speak.
We are off to look for trouble. I expect we shall find it.” Capt. Tennant. HMS Repulse. Dec. 8 1941
A review of the situation at about 1100 was not encouraging.” Capt. Gordon, HMS Exeter. 1 March 1942
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Cool. I don't usually think in secondary sources. Cheers.
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