Military History with Pete and Gary


Recently we recorded a podcast on the fighting of the 16th Durham Light Infantry in mountainous terrain after they had crossed the Garigliano River, in Italy, in January 1944. Something that struck an immediate chord for us were the quotes from Lieutenant Gerry Barnet explaining how he was wounded. His platoon had moved forward into a valley and occupied a group of farm buildings at Cedra. Come the dawn they found themselves enshrouded in mist.

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