Battle of Bardia — Footprints of Italian Prisoners of War in Australia

Bardia had been taken. The Italians lost 40,000 men (killed, wounded and captured), 400 guns, 13 medium tanks, 115 light tanks and 706 trucks. Battle of Bardia 3rd to 5th January 1941 Questions often asked on the topic of Italian prisoners of war begin with WHY? Why were Italian prisoners of war working on Queensland […]

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3 Responses to Battle of Bardia — Footprints of Italian Prisoners of War in Australia

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Fascinating historical post!

    Liked by 1 person

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