Bogdan Brinzei

Bogdan Brinzei

Bogdan Brinzei
Mai multe idei de la Bogdan
Omaha Beach

Omaha Beach

Jubiliant Romans throng the streets to greet Mark W. Clark, the conquering general, on June 5, 1944, as his driver wanders through the city in search of the Capitoline. In the rear seat behind Clark are the Fifth Army chief of staff, Major General Alfred M. Gruenther (left), and Keyes, the II Corps commander.

Jubiliant Romans throng the streets to greet Mark W. Clark, the conquering general, on June 5, 1944, as his driver wanders through the city in search of the Capitoline. In the rear seat behind Clark are the Fifth Army chief of staff, Major General Alfred M. Gruenther (left), and Keyes, the II Corps commander.

Liberation of Rome. U.S soldier greeted by the citizens of Rome

Liberation of Rome. U.S soldier greeted by the citizens of Rome

Allied Forces Reach Colosseum Rome Italy 1944

Allied Forces Reach Colosseum Rome Italy 1944

Christmas Eve at the Vatican, 1944

Christmas Eve at the Vatican, 1944

U.S. soldiers sightseeing in the Coliseum as they take a much needed rest after hard fight preceding entry into Rome. 1944

U.S. soldiers sightseeing in the Coliseum as they take a much needed rest after hard fight preceding entry into Rome. 1944

The commander of the 5th U.S.Army, Lieutenant General Mark Clark (1896-1984) takes a break sitting on the windowsill of a house in liberated Rome, summer 1944.Clark has been heavily criticised for ignoring the orders of his superior officer, General Alexander, and and is to blame for the escape of the German 10th Army which he let slip away in his pursuit of being the first to enter Rome - a strategically unimportant city.

The commander of the 5th U.S.Army, Lieutenant General Mark Clark (1896-1984) takes a break sitting on the windowsill of a house in liberated Rome, summer 1944.Clark has been heavily criticised for ignoring the orders of his superior officer, General Alexander, and and is to blame for the escape of the German 10th Army which he let slip away in his pursuit of being the first to enter Rome - a strategically unimportant city.

July 4, 1944 — The flag that flew over the White House on December 7, 1941, is raised at Rome, Italy

July 4, 1944 — The flag that flew over the White House on December 7, 1941, is raised at Rome, Italy

Carro Tedesco in Via  IV Novembre Roma 1943

Carro Tedesco in Via IV Novembre Roma 1943

Carro Sherman britannico del XIII Corpo, ottava armata per le strade di Francofonte, in vIa Roma Sicilia, 13-14 Luglio 1943.

Carro Sherman britannico del XIII Corpo, ottava armata per le strade di Francofonte, in vIa Roma Sicilia, 13-14 Luglio 1943.