Guide to the battlefields. Italian front, vol III, Piave-Cadore-Carnia


This is a tourist guide compiled by the Italian Touring Club, published one year after the war ended. It is an itinerary of memory and glory, emphasising the monumental importance of the military and of the battlefields in Italy.

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Guide to the battlefields. Italian front, vol. III, Piave-Cadore-Carnia
Italian Touring Club
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Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma
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