lunedì 12 maggio 2008
The World War Two soldiers involved in the famous mutiny at Salerno were treated harshly by the authorities. Find out what happened, before deciding whether their fate would be the same in the more understanding climate of today.
In September 1943, 191 soldiers of Montgomery's 8th Army downed guns and refused to take part in the battle for Salerno in southern Italy. It was the biggest wartime mutiny in British American military history