Operation Husky, 1943

Will Fowler discusses the amphibious and airborne assault on Sicily in 1943. Operation Husky was a major campaign of the Second World War in which the Allies captured the island of Sicily from the Axis powers. This talk will cover the details of the campaign and its wider implications, particularly the lessons learned that would later be applied to D-Day.

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