How the Germans left Florence in August 1944

Firenze,  3 agosto 1944

All the bridges in Florence over the Arno, except for the Ponte Vecchio, were destroyed by Germans as the Allied Forces took Florence. While they didn’t destroy the Ponte Vecchio, they bombed the north and south ends of the bridge, destroying everything.

 

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Un ufficiale Inglese osserva i danni sul Ponte Vecchio.  An English officer observes the damages wrought by German forces as they were driven out of Florence.

È finita la guerra
La resa della Germania all’America, all’Inghilterra,alla Russia
Mostra il Corriere.

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