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Battle of the Solstice
Between 15 and 21 June 1918 the imperial and royal army of Charles, Duke worked the last great offensive of a secular history. Gravels on the Piave and sinkholes of Montello moved entire divisions, countered by strong-willed and motivated troops: many signs in the left and myths, including Francesco Baracca and Nervesa become "the Battle" between small bunker hedges and guns facing the river, imposing shrines and cemeteries maintained in Britain. The pleasure of this route in trying to imagine the places and animated the desperate confusion of battle.

Photo: Great War Eulisse


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