Re: 133rd Infantry, 34th Division, Compa
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My son, Jon, will scan and forward a map of that area, dated April 8-23, 1945.
Futa Pass appears in the lower part of the map, and you will note that the 34th Infantry Division did indeed pass that way.
It is seen in the line, just below the German-held city of Pianoro.
I was in II Corps at that time, just before the breakout from North Apennines, when my unit moved to the east, to fire in support of the British Eighth Army, along the Adriatic.
We will also include a view of bodies of Facist leaders and and of Mussolini.
Louie F. Turner.