With the East Surreys in Tunisia and Italy 1942 - 1945: Fighting for Every River and Mountain
"The East Surreys were in near continuous action from November 1942, when they landed in North Africa (Operation TORCH) through to May 1945 Armistice. By that time they had cleared the Germans from Tunisia, taken part in Operation HUSKY, (the Sicily invasion TORCH) and fought up through Italy as far as River Po.
Trained as mountain troops, the Eas"
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