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a town of central Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea

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The `whale' at Anzio had almost been driven back into the sea but naval and air bombardment helped relieve the pressure.
Top weight for the Gold Cup is Anzio on 9st 10 with last year's winner Royale Figurine on 9st 9lbs - a stone more than last year.
Current ANZIO users can upgrade from the DOS version to AnzioWin for only $124 (U.
He said the move should be seen as a positive for the 71 Tyneside reservists based at Anzio House, which has been home to the marines on Tyneside since 1954.
The plan to reach Rome through Anzio not only failed but threatened to become another Dunkirk.
Running in the colours of Mayo-born Tommy Staunton, Anzio was backed from 5-1 to complete the hat-trick and the blinkered Irish-bred is now Royal Ascot bound.
40pm should not worry connections of Anzio, who looks set to complete a fourtime and land the prize.
The Fifth Army was first to initiate combat on the European mainland, landing at Anzio before D-Day at Normandy.
THE incredible story of the Anzio landings presents one of the big mysteries of the Second World War.
When asked about the wartime, I said I fought with the Black Watch and Sherwood Forresters in Africa and Italy and was wounded on Anzio.
Whicker's War (Channel 4, 9pm) Veteran broadcaster Alan Whicker takes us back to the days before he toured the world for television -- and returns to the Italian town of Anzio where he served as a soldier.
Elliott Rogers, who saw action at Salerno, Anzio and Monte Cassino and who was a 'Desert Rat' at El Alamein, has died at the age of 85.
The bitterness shown by Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema concerning the Mount Cernis ski gondola tragedy almost sounds like a reprisal for Anzio.
Having survived the Anzio Beach invasion, he returned to graduate with the class of 1946.
British troops landed at Anzio on the western Italian coast in January, 1944, in a smaller version of the D-Day landings in Normandy.