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Polish War Cemetery Bologna, 24 April 2010

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    Polish War Cemetery in Bologna, 24 April 2010, 65th anniversary of the liberation of the town.
    Unfortunately, due to continuous rain, the religious service was not celebrated in the cemetery, but in the nearby church of San Lazzaro di Savena.
    After the mass the rain stopped and the "Appell" was held in the cemetery.
    I enclose some photos taken a few hours ago.

    Enzo
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    Hello Enzo,
    Thanks for sharing these remembrance photographs
    I collect, therefore I am.

    Nothing in science can explain how consciousness arose from matter.

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    Hi Enzo,

    Brilliant photo's of the ceremony held today in Bologna, I have a Monte Cassino Cross group to a Rifleman who is buried in the Cemetery Strz Jan Malita born: 14th April 1894 died 10th December 1945 buried in Grave 7-P-6. He was awarded one of the last Crosses awarded Numbered 48819.

    He was deported from Lwow in 1940 ,transported to Archangel on the 24th February 1940 and Joined the Anders Army on the 2nd September 1940.

    Best wishes

    Andrzejku

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    The battle for Bologna as fought by armoured regiments of the Second Polish Corps published in the pages of "Ramie Pancernei (Armoured Arm or Armoured Fist", Rome 1945.
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    .... a few more pages
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    Apologies, I should have posted this set of pages first to keep chronological order the previous post follow these pages:
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    Thank you 4th Skorpion for the images of
    the battle of Bologna.

    This photo is for you!

    Enzo
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    Hello!

    Here is original photo from Bologna. The same showed 4thskorpion in book.

    Regards
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    Hi Enzo,

    Great thread and photographs. Thank you for posting these (and to Stefan and Michal too). I would have loved to have attended this commemoration!

    Best regards,
    Tony
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