World Battlefronts: South: Strategical Nightmare

Germany's western front was bent but never broken in World War I. Her surrender followed quickly after the collapse of her southern front—in the Balkans and Italy. Last week Germany's southern front was again a disjointed strategical nightmare where anything might happen—and where much was happening.

The news last week from the tactically disconnected sectors of this interconnected front, stretching a thousand crazy miles from west of Genoa to the mouths of the Danube:

In Western Italy, Italian partisans, officially recognized and directed by General Sir Henry Maitland Wilson, organized under the...

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