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The Tuscany Region is a very large area. From 22 Jan 44 to 24 May 44 is was bombed by British and US planes to interrupt German lines of communications.
The ground force was 5th US Army under Truscott. The following will give you maps and progress of the war from Anzio to Rome.
The 5th US Army continued on to Florence. The following will give you maps and progress of the war from Rome to Florence.
Good luck on your research, I would recommend that you narrow you project down to the Division and or Regimental level such as the 1st Special Forces, or the 10th mountain Division. You would find more records, maps and combat at these levels.
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located 4 series, 159 file units, and 7 items relating to Tuscany for the 1940-1949 time period. Please note that some of the records have been digitized and may be viewed online using the Catalog. For access to the non-digitized records, please contact the unit listed in the description.
You may also be interested in reviewing Reference Information Paper 79 titled “World War II Records in the Cartographic and Architectural Branch of the National Archives” compiled by Daryl Bottoms as it may provide some useful information for your research.
Further, we suggest that you contact The National Archives at College Park - Cartographic (RDSC) via email at email@example.com as they are the custodial unit for maps.
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