The Sacrario di Redipuglia, Alpini Memorial and ‘La Mazza Ferrata’ (‘the mace’).
Mantrap and trench clubs in the museum at the Sacrario di Redipuglia.
Trincea Blindata (armoured trenches) June – July 1915 (1st and 2nd Battles of the Isonzo), Sacrario di Redipuglia.
Restored trenches at the Dolina Dei Bersaglieri (Valley of the Bersaglieri), Monte Sei Busi.
Italian concrete trenches of the San Martino line, 1916-17, Monte Sei Busi.
The Italian Front in the First World War at Asiago: Monte Zovetto and Magnaboschi.
Where and how did Edward Brittain die?
The Italian Front in the First World War at Monte San Michele.
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