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45th INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR TWO SICILY, NAPLES, CASSINO, ANZIO, SOUTHERN FRANCE. -- DVD --This brave division endured some of the longest periods of combat in WWII.
45th INFANTRY DIVISION in WORLD WAR II 1943-44. Sicily, Italy, Southern France. Five films:
 CAMPAIGN IN SICILY. Fighting side-by-side, the American Seventh Army with the 45th Infantry Division joins forces with the British Eighth Army to liberate the island of Sicily its fiercely independent people from the hated Nazi occupiers. This vivid segment gives a complete coverage of the invasion by the combined force of the 15th Army Group.
 SICILY TO NAPLES. From the bloody beaches to the streets of Naples, this powerful footage shows you the fierce fighting in the first phase of the campaign to liberate the city. Captured German combat footage and Allied camerawork put you into the thick of the action.
 NAPLES TO CASSINO. Exciting coverage of the relentless drive north up the rugged boot of Italy takes you along with the intrepid Americans at the Battle of San Pietro and the incredible assault on Monte Cassio.
 BEACHHEAD AT ANZIO. We took the Germans by surprise at Anzio...and did not know it! Our failure to follow up with a strong assault resulted in hard fighting for the 3rd, 34th, and 45th Infantry Divisions as well as men from our elite Ranger units. Here's the entire sad story. Fortunately, our men overcame their leadership to begin the breakthrough to Rome.
 INVASION OF SOUTHERN FRANCE. The exciting story of Operation Dragoon which resulted in the liberation of southern and central France. Shows the massive invasion by the 7th U.S. Army forces and the subsequent linkup with General Patton's 3rd Army.
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