• Breve Storia della Prima Guerra Mondiale, Vol. 7 [Short History of WWI, Vol. 7]

  • Il Fronte Italiano [the Italian front]
  • By: Piero Di Domenico
  • Narrated by: Lorenzo Visi
  • Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 02-16-15
  • Language: Italian
  • Publisher: Area51 Publishing
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Mentre il fronte occidentale era scosso dalle grandi e fiaccanti battaglie di logo-ramento, sul fronte meridionale Italia e Austria erano alla disperata ricerca di una vittoria che potesse risultare decisiva. Le battaglie dell'Isonzo furono per certi versi molto simili a quelle combattute sul fronte occidentale, in pratica una guerra di trincea. I combattimenti sul fronte italiano furono logoranti e caratterizzate da grosse perdite. Quella di Caporetto fu una sconfitta disastrosa, tanto da essere entrata anche nel linguaggio comune come sinonimo di disfatta, con quarantamila soldati italiani morti o feriti e altri 275 mila finiti prigionieri del nemico.
[While the western front was shaken by large battles of attrition, Southern Italy and Austria were desperate for a victory that could be decisive. The battles of the Isonzo were in some ways very similar to those fought on the western front, in practice trench warfare. The fighting on the Italian front was exhausting and characterized by large losses. There was a disastrous defeat at Caporetto, entered into common parlance as a synonym of defeat, with 40,000 Italian soldiers killed or wounded, and 275,000 others finished as prisoners of the enemy.]
Please note: This audiobook is in Italian.
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