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www.arditi43.com, your question regarding location

#1 User is offline   Kuno 

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Posted 13 December 2003 - 01:07 PM

@ Arditi

> Just checked your site and found the question about the location

> This is the monument in front of fort CAPUZZO. The cemetery is not existing anymore.

> Attention: This is border area from Libya to Egypt. Area is mined due to the conflicts in the seventies. Do not leave the street here!

Regards, Kuno

> One question: where to get Rex Tryes books about the italian troops in Africa? On Amazon I could not find it....

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#2 User is offline   Arditi 

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Posted 13 December 2003 - 09:42 PM

Thank you Kuno for the information! I will change my site picture to reflect the new information. The picture you provided was interesting. Did you take it? I remember the Egyptians and the Libiyans having a tank battle over this area in the late seventies. I was always curious over this conflict as I did not have much information from the news.
The book can be purchased through http://www.axiseuropa.com...it was out of print at one time, but he may have more copies. I was fortunate to get the book-proof photos from Rex Trye(the author). He had many he did not put in the book. Great book by the way. It has a lot of interesting anecdotal stuff, which I like. If you can't find the book, let me know. I may have a spare copy. Rex's book "Mussolini's Soldiers" is good as well.
:) Saluti, Arditi http://www.arditi43.com
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#3 User is offline   Kuno 

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Posted 14 December 2003 - 03:05 PM

@ Arditi

> Thanks for info regarding the book.

> About the conflict between the two countries: No idea...

> Some more pictures about North-Africa TODAY you can find under:

>>> http://www.deutsches-afrikakorps.de >> Forum
>>> http://www.afrika-korps.de >> Gallerie >> Gegenwart

Best regards, Kuno
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