Why was the Battle of Ortona important?
The Battle of Ortona was fought in December 1943. Called as the Italian Stalingrad, this battle was known for the brutality displayed in close-quarter combat.
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The Battle of Ortona was important because its port was one of the very few deep-water harbors in the Italian war theater. Gaining Ortona would...
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