Show image list »
Landing at Salerno...
Item # 590300
September 26, 1943
THE NEW YORK TIMES, New York, September 26, 1943 The front page has a six-column, three-line headline which reads "Russians Fight Way Into Kiev Suburbs After Taking Stronghold of Smolensk; Allies Push Ahead in Hills Above Naples" with subhead "Fifth Army Gaining", "Troops Forge Ahead in Heavy Artillery Fire From Both Sides"; "Crests Reported Seized"; "British in Central Italy and on Adriatic Coast Advance, Taking Several Towns". This contains the reporting of the battlefront beyond Salerno, where the troops had landed, and includes photos of the Landing at Salerno and a map of the battle action in Italy.
Other War news, news, sports and advertisements of the day are within.
This is the complete issue in 100+ pages and is in very nice condition.
Category: World War II