Armoured motor vehicles in Gorizia

Photograph

Description

English

These armoured cars are in Gorizia, an unredeemed city for Italy, excluded from its 1861 reunification. Gorizia remained an Austro-Hungarian territory until World War One, after which it became part of Italy. Armoured cars were one of many innovations used during the war.

 

Italian

Fotografia di automobili blindate nella zona di Gorizia, Carso, Monfalcone. 

Full title
Armoured motor vehicles in Gorizia
Published
1916
Format
Photograph
Held by
Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico
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Free from known copyright restrictions

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