RMTR79JN–149G cannon, royal Italian army, first world war
RMEC7MG6–Italian army crossing the Carnia region in Italy during world war one
RMDRFJXG–General Enrico Caviglia, Italian army officer
RMFG4NEY–WWI: ITALIAN ARMY, c1916. /n'Sharpshooters from the famous Bersagliere Corp of infantry in the Italian Army.' Stereograph, c1916.
RMTWWCJ2–German-Italian military 'Pact of Steel' signing WW2 image of Adolf Hitler, second from the right next to Field Marshall Göring who is holding his official staff of office, shown along with German and Italian army chiefs after having signed the German-Italian military pact in Germany May 22, 1939 Heil Hitler salutes saluting to crowd below
RMHPXCCJ–Italian Army paratroopers
RM2A5YT8F–Soldiers of the 133rd Armoured Division of the Italian Army during the Spanish Civil War
RM2H2WMG0–Cavalry of the Italian army 1805-1814 ( painter A. Adam ) Napoleon, Napoleon Bonaparte, (1769–1821), Napoleon I, French Emperor, France.
RMPGA3PF–Italy First Mondial War Generale Luigi Cadorna Chief of Italian Army from July 10, 1914
RMFD742X–Abandoned heavy equipment of the Italian army, 1917
RMEHCDR0–Alpine Chasseurs of the Italian Army, circa 1915
RM2JMYND2–Italian Army Security, Gesu Nuovo Square, Naples, Campania, Italy, Europe
RM2D5JMR1–The Italian Army machine-gunners are firing at the enemy from the 8-mm FIAT-Revelli M1914/35 machine gun in the Battle of Cyrenaica (Libya). Libya, No
RM2J9K83K–The transport of horses on board a ship by the Italian army. From L'Univers Illustre, published Paris, 1859
RFFETBCC–ITALY Entry of Italian Army into Paris, Turcos 1859. Illustrated London News
RMG403H4–A paratrooper from the Italian Army waits for jump approval.
RME0KR72–Jun. 06, 1938 - King & Commander Follow Italian Army Manoeuvres, Mount Abruzzo .
RMDB5N9M–military, Italy, manoeuvre of the Italian army, late 1930s, lorry with mules, crossing a river over a makeshift bridge, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMG5JNRP–Arab prisoners are brought into Tripoli by the Italian Army.
RMC5NG64–Italian Army sharpshooters, 1918
RMEX7209–Soldiers of the 133rd Armoured Division of the Italian Army during the Spanish Civil War
RMH9TM63–Italian Army, mountain troops Alpini
RMFG4NEX–WWI: ITALIAN ARMY, c1916. /n'Sharpshooters from the famous Bersagliere Corp of infantry in the Italian Army.' Stereograph, c1916.
RMJMY6BE–Italian Army Quarters in the Carnic Alps
RMH79XRY–Officer of the Italian Army
RMP67W6C–Italian army crossing the Carnia region in Italy during world war one
RMAHWDKT–Italian army officers guard the wreaths at the Monument Vittorio Emanuele II in Rome Lazio Italy
RM2A2T3X1–Return of the Army of Italy, Soldiers of the Italian Army on 14th August 1859, signed: Andrieux (del.); Ed, Willmann (sc.); Garnier frères (editeurs), Fig. 27, Part 2, after p. 314, Andrieux, Clément-Auguste (del.); Willmann, Edouard (sc.); Garnier frères (editeurs), Amédée de Cesena: Campagne de Piémont et de Lombardie en 1859. Paris: Garnier frères, 1860
RM2E243M4–General Soddu. Commander of the Italian Army operating against the Greeks.
RMFWP647–1941 front page Daily News (New York) Italian Army flee in East Africa
RM2JMYNBC–Italian Army Security, Gesu Nuovo Square, Naples, Campania, Italy, Europe
RMWTD2WP–General Soddu. Commander of the Italian Army operating against the Greeks.
RM2JH4T6R–A photo circa 1911 of soldiers of the Royal Italian Army manning a position in Libyan desert after Italy declared war on the Turkish Ottoman Empire during the Italian Turkish war of 1911 to 1912.
RFH3K1GR–FRANCE Lyon Station-troops, Paris for Italian Army 1859. Illustrated Times
RFCWRF34–Military drummers band of Italian Army
RME0YMPK–Oct. 14, 1970 - General Marchesi, Chief of Staff of the Italian Army, who is currently visiting Paris, placed flowers on the tomb of the unknown soldier at the Arc de Triomphe de L'Etoile.
RMBRF82J–A group of Italian Army items, including a grey-green M33 steel helmet, very corroded paint, interior and chinstrap pretty damaged. Italian field telephone in light grey carrier box with handset. BEVO 'OB' insignia with fasces and national colours. MVSN headgear with golden chinstrap. Two complete Italian canteens with strap and cover. A three-tone Italian camouflaged quarter shelter, 'Regia Marina' navy cap ribbon, patriotic insignia illustrating the Italo/German friendship, an Arditis decoration., historic, historical, 1930s, 20th century, object, objects, st,
RMG5JNN0–A Red Cross priest and Italian Army soldiers armed with swords and rifles.
RMTR8PM9–149G cannon, royal Italian army, first world war
RMD99872–The ranks of the Italian army from General to Infantryman. From 'Le Petit Journal', Paris 28 May 1892. Military, Soldier
RM2ENGHC9–Milan (Italy), Italian Army, oath ceremony for cadets of Teuliè Military School, the military band director
RM2DA2R24–LUIGI CADORNA (1850-1928) as Chief of Staff of The Italian Army
RF2AKGRG3–Italian Army uniforms illustrated Italian lexicon table with military ranks and specialty as infantry,cavalry,carabinieri,bersaglieri,alpine soldiers,artillery,military engineers.
RMPRNRBR–Italian Army platoon, 1910s
RMCW5B4W–Italian Army, the cavalry leaving for Tripoli
RMAHW7FP–Two Italian army officers guard the wreaths at the Monument Vittorio Emanuele II in Rome Lazio Italy
RFC808KX–Italian Army AB-205MEP utility helicopter in flight over Shindand, Afghanistan.
RF2EA6K3B–Royal Italian army before World War I. Infantery (in field uniform). 1910s
RMFWP7CN–1941 front page Daily Telegraph Italian Army routed in Dessie, Abyssinia
RF2HG3E0M–Vintage lithography: Italian Army. 1850 Guards Cavalry. Trumpeter, cavalry flag bearer
RM2JH4K1X–A photo circa 1911 of soldiers of the Royal Italian Army manning an artillery position in Libya after Italy declared war on the Turkish Ottoman Empire during the Italian Turkish war of 1911 to 1912.
RM2H0J1D3–Benito Mussolini (center) addressing soldiers of the Italian Army in Villa Glori Park, Rome, in the fall of 1927. The occasion was the celebration of the 5th anniversary of fascism (after the march on Rome in October 1922). On the right are a film crew and the press photographers. [automated translation]
RMH9GTM8–A soldier from the Italian Army, armed with SA80 assault rifle, watches the crowd for suspicious activity at Piazza Duomo, Milan
RME11RC0–Oct. 10, 1979 - Italian Army Chief of Staff Visits Ministry of Defence General Eugenio Rambaldi, Chief of the General Staff, Italian Army, who is on a weeks visit to the United Kingdom, this morning visited the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall. Photo Shows: General Rambaldi seen inspecting the guard of honour of the Ist Battalion Scots Guards, on his arrival at the Ministry.
RMT8RK8R–'The Italian Army On The March', (1919). Creator: Unknown.
RMG6R268–The 50 gold medalists of the Italian Army were present at the Quirinale when the Italian Crown Prince Umberto was invested with the orders of officers of the Grenadiers. The heir to the Italian throne is seen in the centre with some of the decorated war heroes.
RMT3BDN0–squadron of tanks of the Italian army, 1939-45
RMD95TXH–General Armando Diaz (1861-1928), Italian army officer. Italian Chief-of-staff from October 1917 to the end of the First World
RM2ENGHDG–Milan (Italy), Italian Army, oath ceremony for cadets of Teuliè Military School, the military band director
RM2DA2R21–LUIGI CADORNA (1850-1928) as a General in the Italian Army in WWI.
RFW586YF–Illustrated table describing the style and military outfit of the Bersaglieri infantry corp of the Italian army cbreated in the year 1836. From an Italian lexicon early '900
RMH79WM2–Driver soldier of the Italian Army
RMCW7A1K–The Italian army
RMAHW7MW–Italian army officer guards the eternal flames at the Monument Vittorio Emanuele II in Rome Lazio Italy
RFC808MM–Italian Army AB-205MEP utility helicopter in flight over Shindand, Afghanistan.
RF2EA6K35–Royal Italian army before World War I. Bersagliere (colonel). Heavy Cavalry (officer). 1910s
RME5GD2M–1941 Daily Telegraph reporting Italian army surrounded at Tobruk
RMWTD39P–The destruction of the Italian army in East Africa. An Italian transport column in motion in the mountains of Abyssinia. The abrupt nature of the coun
RM2B1AJNG–An illustration circa 1911 of soldiers of the Royal Italian Army landing at Benghazi in Libya on October 18th 1911 after Italy declared war on the Turkish Ottoman Empire during the Italian Turkish war of 1911 to 1912.
RM2GY4WDM–Benito Mussolini (centre, hat with hat) addressed soldiers of the Italian army in the Villa Glori park in Rome in the autumn of 1927. The occasion was the celebration of the 5th anniversary of fascism (after the march on Rome in October 1922). On the right are a film crew and the press photographers. The shot is taken from a picture in a Ufa newsreel. [automated translation]
RM2A9AXD6–OPERATION PELICANO- ITALIAN ARMY AID DISTRIBUTION, KRUME, ALBANIA, 1992.
RMCNKTAG–Italian Army Soldiers
RMJGP2E4–Italian army as part operation 'Safe Street' patrolling at tourist sites in Rome, Italy
RMG5JNE6–World War One - Italian Army - Mules
RMTR79JG–bridge built by the Italian military genius for the passage on the river, first world war
RMD95TXC–General Luigi Cadorna (1850-1928) Italian army officer, Chief-of-staff of the Italian army at the outbreak of the First World War until his dismissal after the defeat of the Italians at Caporetto in October 1917.
RM2ENGHDC–Milan (Italy), Italian Army, oath ceremony for cadets of Teuliè Military School, the military band director
RMT5X5K9–AMBROPGLIO SPINOLA (1569-1630) Italian nobleman and Spanish army commander
RMBCX7B9–Italian Army and Helicopter on Manouevres, Dolomites, Italy
RMF5H5JK–An officer of the Royal Italian Army
RMCW90T5–The Italian army organizing shooting demonstration before General feld-marschal von Blomberg
RMAHW7FW–Italian army officers guard the wreaths and eternal flames as two other officers patrol at the Monument Vittorio Emanuele II
RMMHY71T–Italian Army Soldier on range at the 47th Winston P. Wilson (WPW) and 27th Armed Forces Skill at Arms Meet (AFSAM) at Robinson Maneuver Training Center, Ark, 2018, April 30, 2018. The Italian competitors were not able to bring over their Beretta ARX 160 rifles and had to learn how to use a new rifle platform for the competition. ()
RM2E243K8–The destruction of the Italian army in East Africa. An Italian transport column in motion in the mountains of Abyssinia. The abrupt nature of the coun
RMEMTGAJ–1940 page 4 The Times Italian Army retreat in Albania
RMBWP7WA–Italian army, Carabinieri
RMWTD344–Baatle for Egypt. WWII period. The incoming Italian army will soon be taken prisoner. Miiliers of soldiers, lost in the desert, surrender to the Briti
RM2HK5XPD–A vintage newspaper photo circa 1912 of an Etrich Taube airplane of the Royal Italian Army in Libya during the Italian Turkish war of 1911 to 1912. The conflict was the first recorded use of military aircraft for bombing including the first aerial reconnaissance mission
RMTA37G2–Photo of a group of workers demonstrating in front of the Italian Embassy (16th Street corner of Fuller Street) in Washington DC against the support of the Spanish national troops by the Italian army. The demonstrators have banners with the inscriptions: 'Fascism means war'. In the background, the flag of the Kingdom of Italy.
RM2A9AXD8–OPERATION PELICANO- ITALIAN ARMY AID DISTRIBUTION, KRUME, ALBANIA, 1992.
RMH2PKJD–Archduke Albrecht Friedrich Rudolf Dominik of Austria,(1817 – 1895) was an Austrian Habsburg general. At the outbreak of the Seven Weeks' War in June 1866, Albrecht was named commander of the southern army facing the Italian forces of King Victor Emmanuel II. Albrecht was decisively victorious in the battle of Custoza (24 June 1866), but failed to exploit his victory when he neglected to pursue the beaten Italian Army of the Mincio.
RFCXCFXW–Italian Army Dornier 228
RMG5JNMK–World War One - Italian Army - Libya
RMTR8PME–Italian soldier with steel armor, the completo farina and lattice cutter, ca. 1916
RMDYF2HM–Illustrated image showing the different types of Italian Army. Durinig the era of the Great European War. 5 different uniforms showing the real range of types. Illustrated by popular and prolific artist Richard Simkin (1850–1926) in the first part of the 20th century.
RM2ENGHCB–Milan (Italy), Italian Army, oath ceremony for cadets of Teuliè Military School, the military band director
RMG3D7WW–WW1 - An Italian Bersagliere - the Bersaglieri are a corps of the Italian Army originally created by General Alessandro La Marmora in the 1830s to serve in the Army of the Kingdom of Sardinia, later to become the Royal Italian Army - a high-mobility light
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