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British Sherman tank of XIII Corps, Eighth Army in the streets of Francofonte, Sicily, 13-14 Jul 1943 (Imperial War Museum)

British Sherman tank of XIII Corps, Eighth Army in the streets of Francofonte, Sicily, Jul 1943 Photographer Stubbs Source Imperial War Museum Identification Code NA 4448 Added By C.

A view of an Allied troops eating outside after the invasion of Sicily, 5 days after the campaign called Operation Husky, during the World War II in Palermo, Sicily, Italy. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

A view of an Allied troops eating outside after the invasion of Sicily, 5 days after the campaign called Operation Husky, during the World War II in Palermo, Sicily, Italy.

Palermo, Sicily. US troops bringing mules to the docks and loading into LST boats for invasion of Italy. 1944

US troops bringing mules to the docks and loading into LST boats for invasion of Italy.

Troops from 2nd Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment wait to board landing craft at Catania, Sicily, for the invasion of Italy, 2 September 1943.

Troops from Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment wait to board landing craft at Catania, Sicily, for the invasion of Italy, 2 September

The Battle of Sicily, or the Sicilian Campaign,

Sicily - Troops of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment entered Modica marching in a relaxed manner, but rifles are close to hand and bayonets are fixed, ready for sudden action.

1920 italian mafia | ... , leaving court in New York in 1936, was deported to Italy in 1946

On Sicily's Mafia trail

Charles "Lucky" Luciano convicted of vice charges, is leaving court on June 1936 handcuffed to two detectives after hearing New York Supreme Court Justice Phillip J. McCook sentence him to 30 to 50 years in Sing Sing prison.

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