German Infantry Tunnel on the Gothic Line

German Infantry Tunnel on the Gothic Line
Here we see a British soldier examining an infantry tunnel somewhere in the fortifications of the Gothic Line. The Germans put a great deal of effort into this line, but the formal fortifications didn't hold the Allies for long after the start of Operation Olive (25 August-October 1944) - instead the Germans were able to defend the difficult mountain terrain further north, stopping the Allies from reaching the Po Valley until the spring of 1945.
How to cite this article: Rickard, J (5 November 2021), German Infantry Tunnel on the Gothic Line , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_infantry_tunnel_gothic_line.html

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