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.......but they are won by men."

........................................... ......General George S. Patton

 
 
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82nd Airborne WW II Wall of the Missing
Sicily-Rome

T/5 Jack Andreas
Pfc James C Conklin
Pvt Henry F Conley
T/5 Clayton F Conover
Pfc Marquis E Davis
Pvt Vincent V DeNard
Pfc Daniel V Denton
Pvt Russell K Dixon
Pvt James R Frazier
Sgt William D Hartgraves
Pfc Roy N Heaton
Pvt John T Higginbotham
Pvt Evert A Holm
Pvt Bufford Hollingsworth
Cpl Clifford R Iken
S/Sgt William H Mc Phail
Pvt Charles Mc Laughlin
Pvt Joseph S Pappalardo
Pfc Robert E Ray
Pvt William A Rice
1/Sgt Wallace Ritch
Pvt Stanley W Roach
Pvt Timothy J Roach
Pvt Edman Roberts
T/5 John W Turner
Pvt James R Warren
2nd Lt Richard H Briggs
1st Lt Francis Cannizzaro
1st Lt George W Cline II
War Memorials
Sicily-Rome Cemetery - Italy



Besides assisting those seeking information on any individual interred or memorialized at one of the many sites around the world the American Battle Monument Commission also provides a searchable database for American Armed Services Personnel that are interred or memorialized at one of these sites.



(Poster Source: The Government Publications Department at Northwestern University Library).





  SICILY-ROME CEMETERY lies at the north edge of the town of Nettuno, Italy, which is immediately east of Anzio, 38 miles south of Rome.

The cemetery site covers 77 acres, rising in a gentle slope from a broad pool with an island and cenotaph flanked by groups of Italian cypress trees. Beyond the pool is an immense field of headstones of 7,862 of our military Dead arranged in gentle arcs which sweep across the broad green lawns beneath rows of Roman pines. The majority of these men died in the operations preceding the liberation of Rome.

At the head of the wide central mall stands the memorial, a building rich in works of art and architecture expressing America's remembrance of the Honored Dead. It consists of a chapel to the south, a peristyle and a museum room to the north. On the white marble walls of the chapel are engraved the names of 3,096 of the Missing, whose remains were never recovered or identified. The museum room contains a bronze relief map and four fresco maps depicting the military operations in Sicily and Italy. At each end of the memorial are ornamental Italian gardens.

(Source: American Battle Monuments Commission)



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R E L A T E D   B O O K S

Annussek, Greg Hitler's Raid to Save Mussolini: The Most Infamous Commando Operation of World War II. Sept 1, 2005, Da Capo Press, 353 pp. ISBN: 0306813963
Blumenson, Martin  United States Army in World War 2, Mediterranean Theater of Operations, Salerno to Cassino c1988 ISBN: 8029000261
Blumenson, Martin  Anzio: The Gamble That Failed Greenwood Publishing Group,Inc. 1978. ISBN:03113200939
Blumenson, Martin & Sheehan Fred  Anzio: Epic of Bravery 239p 7/94. ISBN: 0 806 126787
Breuer, William B  Agony at Anzio: The Allies Most Controversial and Bizarre Operation of WW II Jove Publishing, 1989 ISBN: 0515102113
Breuer, William B Geronimo! American Paratroopers in WWII. New York: St. Martin Press, 1989 621 p. ISBN: 0-312-03350-8
Breuer, William B Drop Zone Sicily: Allied Airborne Strike,July 1943. Novato, CA: Presidio, c1983. 212 p. ISBN: 089 141 1968
Breuer, William B  They Jumped at Midnight Jove Publishing, (P) c1990 ISBN: 0515104256
Broumley, Jim T The Boldest Plan is the Best: The Combat History of the 509th Parachute Infantry Battalion during WWII. Rocky Marsh Publishing,(Aug 29 2011) 336 p. ISBN: 0983963215
Burriss, T Moffatt  Strike and Hold: A Memoir of the 82nd Airborne in WW II Brasseys, Inc, 256 pp August,2000 ISBN: 1574882589
Carter, Ross S  Those Devils in Baggy Pants  Buccaneer Books, Reprint,1996 ISBN: 0899666132
D'Este, Carlo  Patton: A Genius for War 1024 pp ISBN: 0060927623
Devlin, Gerard S  Paratrooper! St Martin's Press, (P) c1976 ISBN: 0312596529
Gavin, James M.  On to Berlin : Battles of an Airborne Commander, 1943-1946 ISBN: 0670525170
Keegan, John The Second World War Penguin (P), 708 p. ISBN: 014011341X
Megallas , James All the Way to Berlin: A Paratrooper at War in Europe 336p., Presidio Press, March, 2003. ISBN: 0891417842
Messina , Phillip Anzio: Song of Destiny A.G.Halldin Publishing Company, 1992. ISBN: 0 935 64838 0
O'Donnell, Patrick K. Beyond Valor  Free Press, 2001, 384 p. ISBN: 0684873842
The Center of Military History  The War in the Mediterranean: A WWII Pictorial History Brasseys, Inc., 465 p. ISBN:1574881302
Verier, Mike  82nd Airborne Division in Colour Photographs  (Europa Militaria, No 9) ISBN: 187 200 4857
Wildman, John B All Americans 82nd Airborne. Meadowlands Militaria, 6/83 ISBN:091 208 1007


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