Termoli


(NA 7787) : British guns guard newly acquired part of Termoli after heavy but unsuccessful German counter-attacks. Sgt. Mackie of Cookham, Rye and his Bofors crew have downed one and damaged another enemy plane since their arrival at this site three days previously. Copyright: © IWM.

(NA 7789) : The important Pescara-Termoli road junction still in our hands after savage attempts by the enemy to retake it and cut off our forward troops. Copyright: © IWM.

(NA 7790) : The important Pescara-Termoli road junction still in our hands after savage attempts by the enemy to retake it and cut off our forward troops. Copyright: © IWM.

(NA 7793) : Cerio Adolfo, was a simple Italian labourer, working on his farm near Larino. He was going about his business when the Germans opened fire on him with a machine gun. He managed to escape and some 500 yards away ran into a British recce, vehicle and was able to point out to Capt. Lawson, 72 Fd. Regiment, R.A., the exact positions of the Germans and their guns. A few wirele… Copyright: © IWM.

(NA 7794) : A mortar platoon of ‘S’ Coy., 2 L.I.R., stand by ready for action North of Termoli. Copyright: © IWM.

(NA 7795) : Rfn. J. Furnell of Southampton, the smallest and youngest man in the 2 L.I.R. and incidentally the battalion mascot, with Rfn. Swift of Manchester, manning a machine gun built from the parts of five captured enemy guns – ‘E’ Coy. Copyright: © IWM.

(NA 7796) : Cpl. Fryar of Deptford, London, and Rfn. Cox of Storrington, stand by a Vickers machine gun post overlooking ‘No Man’s Land’ North of Termoli. ‘E” Coy., 2 L.I.R.

(NA 7797) : A knocked out German Mk IV tank and a German grave on the Termoli sector. Copyright: © IWM.