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USS LCIL220 unloads soldiers onto the beach at Salerno

USS LCIL220 unloads soldiers onto the beach at Salerno

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USS LCI(L)-220 unloads soldiers onto the beach at Salerno.

American troops wading ashore from USS LCI(L)-220 during the invasion of Salerno, September 1943.

American soldiers land on the shore near Salerno during the Allied invasion of Italy, photographed by George Rodger (September 3, 1943).

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