Engineers creating gravel for road repairs near Monghidoro, Italy in November 1944

U.S. Army Signal Corp photograph, Gift in Memory of William F. Caddell, Sr., from the Collection of The National World War II Museum
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367.Photograph. Engineers creating gravel for road repairs. '21 Nov 1944. 5/MM-44-30341. Fifth Army, Monghidoro Area, Italy. Men of the 39th Engineers of the Fifth Army, filling a 2 ton vehicle with crushed rock to repair roads for military traffic. The heavier rock is fed into this rock crusher first by use of the conveyer (built by themselves) and fed from above. It then goes into the crusher and from there into the truck on a belt conveyer from the machine. Photo by Mason. 3131 Signal Service Co.' Monghidoro, Italy. 21 November 1944

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Signal Corps photographs from the service of William F. Caddell, Sr. taken from the Fall of Rome through the end of the war.
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Monghidoro
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44.217
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11.317
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Road construction--Italy
Military vehicles--American--Italy