Caporetto


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Lettere dal fronte della Grande Guerra da Ca' Savio a Caporetto 1916-1917.
Quando si verifico la rotta di Caporetto tutti fuggirono mentre lui solo, con alcuni sacerdoti, rimase a Treviso per essere in mezzo alla povera gente.
On October 26, 1917, I bayonet charged Italian mountain stronghold of Caporetto with just 200 men.
He proposes the possibility of an Italian collapse, as at Caporetto in 1917, two years earlier.
En 1917, en el clima de reconquista general despues de la batalla de Caporetto, las jovenes Exploradoras se distinguieron todavia en todas las actividades beneficas y patrioticas organizadas por los refugiados de los territorios invadidos y por las familias de los combatientes.
The First World War gave the pessimists evidence of sloth and fecklessness and the optimists examples of redemption as the self-same soldiery fought off the Austrians on the Piave and at Monte Grappa after their near collapse at Caporetto.
It has been suggested that they were captured from Allied forces on the Salonika front in northern Greece or from British and French troops who were sent to shore up the Italian army after its disastrous defeat at Caporetto in October 1917.
Provided a competitive weakness is not unduly imperial in domain and severity--for example, a catastrophic collapse in the morale of the polity's main army, such as the Italian army at and following the disastrous battle of Caporetto (October 24-November 12, 1917)--fungibility may be commanded to ride to the rescue.
We stayed at the modernised Hotel Hvala in the pretty central square, which was described by Ernest Hemingway in his 1929 semi-autobiographical war novel 'A Farewell to Arm's, although he used the town's Italian name of Caporetto.
We learn of Italy's decision to go to war, of the murderous battles fought in the mud and potholes of the Carso Plateau and in the snow of the surrounding mountains, of the disaster at Caporetto in 1917 and of the political fallout which followed.
We stayed at the modernised Hotel Hvala in the pretty central square, which was described by Ernest Hemingway in his 1929 semi-autobiographical war novel A Farewell to Arms, although he used the town's Italian name of Caporetto.
We stayed at the modernised Hotel Hvala, in the pretty central square, which was described by Ernest Hemingway in his 1929 semi-autobiographical war novel, A Farewell to Arms, although he used the town's Italian name of Caporetto.
Some opposition politicians, led by the separatist party Northern League, equated the agreement with Air France KLM to the Battle of Caporetto, Italy's worst military defeat during World War One and a lingering national symbol of collapse.
The battle takes its name from the small mountain village of Caporetto, which was where the initial breakthrough took place.
Durante la Primera Guerra Mundial se incorpora al ejercito italiano y participa en la batalla de Caporetto, uno de los sucesos mas sangrientos.