Americans pull a weapons carrier out of a muddy hole in Italy on 21 November 1943

U.S. Army Signal Corps photograph, Gift of Regan Forrester, from the Collection of The National World War II Museum
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261.Photograph. 'MM-5-150456'; 'Italy! The difficulties for the advancing Allies is shown in this picture of a ton weapons carrier deep in a hole caused by the constant rains. Mud-splattered, rain soaked soldiers have attached a chain prior to dragging out the vehicle. Sig [Signal] Corps Photo 11-21-43.' Italy. 21 November 1943

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From the service of Brigadier General Terence John Tully, a West Point graduate, Signal Officer during the African landings, Chief Signal Officer, Allied Force Headquarters Africa/Italy for all Mediterranean operations. Tully served with the Signal Corps in Italy and North Africa documenting the 5th Army specifically. Later he was Commander of Camp Crowder, Missouri.
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Italia
Latitude: 
42.833
Longitude: 
12.833
Thesaurus for Graphic Materials: 
Soldiers--American--Italy
Storms--Italy
Pulling--Italy
Mud--Italy
Puddles--Italy