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    • Bible amid the ruins of the church, Castel D'Aiano, Italy

    • Shows a Bible amid the ruins of the church at Castel D'Aiano, Italy. In the background other shattered buildings are visible. The Tenth Mountain Division captured the town on March 5, 1945.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • "Pauvre Italia!" destroyed landscape

    • Landscape showing destruction caused by German artillery, Possibly where the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company L was located on "Punchboard Hill" above Malandrone, Italy.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [March] 1945
    • Walter Prager writing a letter home from Passatore, Italy

    • Walter Prager, of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, sits in a chair under a tree in bloom, writing a letter home from Passatore, Italy.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • Raffi Bedayan in Pietra Colora, Italy

    • Portrait of Raffi Bedayan, of the Tenth Mountain Division, Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, taken after the battle for Pietra Colora, Italy.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Trees on "Punchboard Hill"

    • In the foreground is a tree located on "Puchboard Hill", which was battered by German artillery from March 1 to March 3, 1945, as were the Tenth Mountain Division troops of the 87th Regiment, 3rd Battalion who occupied positions there. In the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • Signal Corps photo from "Yank"

    • Soldiers, members of Company C, 87th Mountain Regiment, walk in file through fields in Bologna Province, Italy. The men carry rifles, ammunition, packs and canteens. Shows blooming fruit trees and a farm house in the distance.
    • United States. Army. Signal Corps.
    • 1945 April
    • Eating while listening for German artillery

    • Two GIs eat rations from their mess kits around a jeep. One sits in the passenger seat using the hood as a table while the other stands behind him using a small bench at the rear of the jeep to hold his plate and cup. They eat among the rubble of a...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Letter from home

    • Casmer Omilian of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I, reads a letter from home in the window of a rubble-strewn and artillery-shattered stone building.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [April] 1945
    • Church at Madonna Di Brasa

    • Rubble of the Church at Madonna Di Brasa, which was one of the towns occupied by the Tenth Mountain Division during the World War II Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Near Ruffeno Musiolo, Italy

    • Signs warning of mines and booby traps are posted on a tree beside a road with severly damaged stone buildings in the background. According to the photographer this was taken near the town of Ruffeno Musiolo, which was overrun by the Tenth Mountain...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • View of Castel D'Aiano

    • View of Castel D'Aiano, Italy, was located at the juncture of two roads and had strategic importance during the Italian Campaign. It was captured by the Tenth Mountain Division on March 5, 1945. This view shows the artillery damage inflicted upon...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • Shrapnel Alley, Italy

    • Shows a trench-like gully littered with debris including a metal gas can and fallen branches; taken near the staging area of the 3rd Battalion of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment, Tenth Mountain Division, at Malandrone, Italy. The so called...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • And so goodbye to the mountains of Italy....

    • An unidentified Tenth Mountain Division soldier with a climbing rope across his bare chest and his back to the camera looks up at the rugged rock face of an unidentified mountain.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • Summer 1945
    • Litoria

    • View of damaged buildings at Litoria, Italy. Taken by the photographer while serving in the Tenth Mountain Division in Italy.
    • Molenaar, C. M. (Cornelius M.)
    • July 1945
    • Marching column in the Po Valley

    • The Tenth Mountain Division troops march through the Po Valley in a narrow column that avoided larger cities as they head toward the Po River, near Baggazano, Italy, with large numbers of German troops on either side.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • Corona, Italy: "basepoint for all artillery"

    • Corona, Italy, silhouetted against the sky-line, became a "basepoint" target for both German and Tenth Mountain Division artillery.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • "In reserve" in Pietra Colora, Italy

    • During the lull between March and April attacks, various battalions took turns being "in reserve" in Pietra Colora. Four Tenth Mountain Division soldiers are pictured sitting amid the rubble: Dick Car- Skaden, Ed McDonald, Dan Powers, Carl Bathelt....
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • Tunnel at Corno di Bo

    • The tunnel at Corno di Bo was one of seven tunnels at the north end of Lake Garda. They were difficult objectives for the Tenth Mountain Division as German resistance was strong. The tunnels had built-in gun ports like the one visible to the left...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • View of Tole and Monte Serra, Italy

    • Tole, Italy, was captured by the Tenth Mountain Division in April 1945. The town was a German stronghold and is at the edge of the mountains and the boundry of the Po Valley. Monte Serra, the rise of ground in the distance, was a difficult...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • Tunnel at north end of Lake Garda, Italy, artillery inside

    • The seven tunnels at the north end of Lake Garda provided the best protection against the German artillery coming from Riva and Torbole. Here is a Tenth Mountain Division artillery unit inside a tunnel.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • German Prisoners and destroyed tank on the Corona road

    • Shows the road to Corona, Italy, on Monte Belevedere. It and the surrounding fields had been heavily mined by the Germans. The tank in the foreground had been destroyed by mines. Nevertheless the Tenth Mountain Division successfully captured the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February, 1945
    • Wrecked American tanks at Corona, Italy

    • View of wrecked tanks abandoned in Corona, Italy, by Fifth Army units that had captured Belevedere in November 1944 but lost it during a German counter-offensive. The tanks were still there when the Tenth Mountain Division's, 87th Regiment took and...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • Monte Belvedere from Vidiciatico, Italy

    • View of Monte Belvedere from Vidiciatico, Italy taken the day before the attack. Shows the ridge, which extends from the summit on the right and ends at Rocca Coronetta on the left, that the troops of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment,...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 19, 1945
    • "Digging in" under shell-fire near Corona, Italy

    • Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, 3rd Battalion troops "digging in" near the newly captured village of Corona, Italy, on Monte Belvedere as German shells fall among them.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • The dead on Monte Belvedere

    • Sunset of the first day of the World War II attack on Mount Belvedere, the dead of both sides remain where they had fallen. Two corpses lie in the snow at the base of a slope.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • Robert "Bob" Lake, in Pietra Colora

    • chance to rest.; Portrait of Robert "Bob" Lake of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I. According to the photographer this photograph contains many items that were considered luxurious after being relieved from combat duty. They...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Scouts along Lake Garda, Italy

    • Two Tenth Mountain Division scouts along Lake Garda during the Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • View of Robic, Slovenia

    • Robic, Slovenia, on the road to Caporetto became headquarters for the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, 3rd Battalion, Headquarters Company, while the negotations over the Italian-Austrian-Yugoslavian border took place. The 10th was stationed...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • May 1945
    • No-man's-land between Sassomolare and Montese, Italy

    • Shows the area that was no-man's-land for the Tenth Mountain Division during March and early April, 1945. On the left, the rocky spine of Sassomolare which was captured on March 4; Montese, in the distance on the right, was held by the Germans...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March-April 1945
    • "Pop" Haus, Co I right after Pietra Colora and Monte Della Croce

    • According to the photographer, this Tenth Mountain Division Soldier from the 87th Regiment Company I, "Pop" Haus had just been relieved after five days and nights of combat duty during the battles of Pietra Colora and Monte Della Croce during the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Patrols securing Corona, Italy

    • Shows Tenth Mountain Division troops in the early morning of February 20, 1945, securing the battered stone houses of Corona, Italy, which had been captured from the Germans during a night attack on Monte Belvedere.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945 February 20
    • Looking over the Appenines

    • A Tenth Mountain Division soldier looks over the Italian Appenines east from Mt. Las Piastra, northwest of the Cutigliano sector, toward German held territory in early February, 1945.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • Torre Iussi: "Hell on Earth"

    • Torre Iussi controlled the approaches to Hill 903 and was strongly defended by German troops. It was a major objective for troops of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, 1st Battalion. The battle for it lasted all day April 14, 1945; on...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • 10th Mountain troops debark at Leghorn, Italy

    • Uniformed artillerymen, members of the 10th Mountain Division, descend a gangplank from a transport ship in the city of Livorno, Italy. The men wears uniforms and carry packs, duffel bags and rifles. Open army trucks are filled with soldiers on a...
    • United States. Army. Signal Corps.
    • 1945 January 24
    • Solon Lindsey

    • Portrait of Solon Lindsey, of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I. He was killed by bombs at Baggazzano, Italy, in the Po Valley.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • View of Cutigliano, Monte La Serra, and Cappel d'Orlando, Italy

    • View of Cutigliano, Italy, Monte La Serra, and Cappel d'Orlando. The Tenth Mountain Division held positions in the town, at the bridge of Sestaione directly under the mountain opposite and at Pian d'Ontani up the valley, while the German Army held...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [February,] 1945
    • View of Mammiato Alto, Italy

    • View of Mammiano Alto, Italy jutting over the valley on the road to La Lima. It was a billet for the Tenth Mountain Division during the winter of 1945.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • Winter 1945
    • View of Vidiciatico, Italy

    • View of Vidiciatico, Italy, with snow covered ground. The Tenth Mountain Division gathered here to prepare for the attack on Mount (or Monte) Belvedere in February, 1945.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February, 1945
    • View of San Marcello Pistoiese, Italy

    • View of San Marcello Pistoiese, Italy, where Tenth Mountain Division soldiers were quartered during the Italian Campaign. It was near their headquarters at Campo Tizzoro.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • Winter 1945
    • View of Gaggio Montana, Italy

    • View of Gaggio, Montana, Italy, located on the southeast slope of Monte Belvedere which became a landmark to Tenth Mountain Division troops on the way from Lizzano to Abetaia and Castel D'Aiano.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [February] 1945
    • 75mm. pack howitzers in action along Lake Garda, Italy

    • The Tenth Mountain Division drove German troops ahead of them along the east shore road of Lake Garda and harrassed German truck convoys that were moving north along the west shore road by firing at them with either tanks or 75 mm. pack howitzers.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • "Alabama" Smith

    • Portrait of "Alabama" Smith of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I, taken during the Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • "Bailey Bridge" at Malandrone, Italy

    • The bridge at Malandrone was needed to support the Tenth Mountain Division's attack on March 3, 1945. To complete it many men died. The Germans shelled the draw continuously while the work was under way, and twice knocked it out. Once complete, the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [March] 1945
    • "Punchboard Hill" and La Serra, Italy

    • View of an assembly area above Malandrone, which was named "Punchboard Hill" by Tenth Mountain Division troops because it suffered heavily from artillery barages. The village of La Serra was also shelled.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March, 1945
    • "Punchboard Hill" and the road to Abetaia, Italy

    • Small sector of "Punchboard Hill" site of a heavy German artillery barage. From here troops of the Tenth Mountain Division launched an attack on German positions in the towns of Monte Della Piella, Della Vedetta, and Pietra Colora. The road in the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945

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