British troops assembling in an Italian town square, 1918 (c)
Photograph, World War One, Italy (1915-1918), 1918 (c).
An Anglo-French expeditionary force was sent to assist the Italian Army after its defeat at Caporetto in November 1917. Initially, the British contribution consisted of five divisions, but this was reduced to three in April 1918.
From 34 photographs and one postcard collected by Lt Col John Fillis Carré Carter whilst serving in British Army Intelligence in Rome, during the Italian campaign, 1917-1918.
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National Army Museum, Study collection