Series: United States Army in World War II - The Mediterranean Theater of Operations

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Northwest Africa: seizing the initiative in the west by George F. Howe1
Sicily and the surrender of Italy by Albert N. Garland2
Salerno to Cassino by Martin Blumenson3
Cassino to the Alps by Ernest F. Fisher4

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  1. The Supreme Command by Forrest C. Pogue (1954)
  2. The Italian Campaign by Robert Wallace (1978)
  3. Sicily - Salerno - Anzio: January 1943-June 1944 by Samuel Eliot Morison (1954)
  4. The war against Japan by Kenneth E. Hunter (1952)
  5. Monte Cassino: The Hardest Fought Battle of World War II by Matthew Parker (2003)
  6. Fatal Decision: Anzio and the Battle for Rome by Carlo D'Este (1986)
  7. An Army at Dawn: The War in North Africa, 1942–1943 by Rick Atkinson (2002)
  8. Anzio: Italy and the Battle for Rome - 1944 by Lloyd Clark (2006)
  9. US World War II Amphibious Tactics: Mediterranean & European Theaters by Gordon L. Rottman (2006)
  10. The Path To Victory by Douglas Porch (2004)
  11. Bitter Victory: The Battle for Sicily, 1943 by Carlo D'Este (1988)
  12. Utah Beach to Cherbourg (6 June-27 June 1944) by Center of Military History (U.S. Army) (1947)
  13. Italy's Sorrow: A Year of War, 1944-1945 by James Holland (2008)
  14. World War II Order of Battle by Shelby L. Stanton (1984)
  15. US Army Handbook, 1939-1945 by George Forty (1979)

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