Now all roads lead to France and heavy is the tread
Of the living; but the dead returning lightly dance.
Edward Thomas, Roads

Friday, November 4, 2022

The Italian Front, Part I — A Roads Collection

Memorial at the Site of the "Grenadier Leap", Mte. Cengio
Your Editor (right) with Guide Rebeschin Fausto 

From the Editor:  This is a representative listing, not inclusive of all the articles we have published on this topic in Roads to the Great War. I anticipate another article feature the Italian Front in 2023. MH


Why Is the Italian Front So Neglected in Histories of the Great War?

Italy's Road to War

Navigating the Italian Front

23 June 1915: The First Battle of the Isonzo

Italy Loses an Entire Army at Caporetto

A Visual Insight into the Caporetto Breakthrough

Ortigara: A Forgotten Struggle of the Italian Front

Remembering a Veteran: Cesare Battisti, Alpini Corps, Italian Army

Monument to Bosnian and Austrian Soldiers
North of Caporetto

Vittorio Veneto: Final Act on the Italian Front

The Worst Battlefield of the Italian Front: The Carso Plateau

Mountaintop Trench Warfare: The Battle of Mte. Pal Piccolo March 1916

 The Strafexpedition of 1916

Maria Dolens: Bell of Peace of Rovereto

After Caporetto: How Italy Recovered

Gorizia: Strategic City on the Italian Front

Italian Memorial on the Asiago Plateau


The White War: Life and Death on the Italian Front, 1915–1919

The Isonzo, Forgotten Sacrifice of the Great War

A Soldier on the Southern Front

A Reminder: To search our archives for other articles on this topic, or to explore other World War One interests of yours, take advantage of the site search engine at the top left corner of every page on Roads to the Great War.

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