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Re: antonio ferro
Posted by: J. P. Johnston (ID *****5770) Date: December 30, 2010 at 09:56:08
In Reply to: Re: antonio ferro by rosa of 22578

I'm having trouble understanding your inquiry.

You said he, "was an Italian soldier in the WWII", and that he, "died in Germany as a captured soldier on April 26, 1944". If he was an Italian soldier he would have been captured by the Allies, and he could not have died in Germany in April, 1944. The Allies didn't land on the European continent until June, 1944. If he died in Germany in April, 1944 I don't see how it could have been as an Italian soldier being held as a captive/POW. Italy and Germany were allied Axis powers.

Could you help me understand?


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