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Padre Enrico Farneti, a local priest, Chaplain Enrico Dino, Italian Army, and Capt. Labre Garcia, the investigating officer from the U.S. Military Government, examine a grave containing the remains of at least two Italian civilians killed and burned by German forces.

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    Padre Enrico Farneti, a local priest, Chaplain Enrico Dino, Italian Army, and Capt. Labre Garcia, the investigating officer from the U.S. Military Government, examine a grave containing the remains of at least two Italian civilians killed and burned by German forces.
    Padre Enrico Farneti, a local priest, Chaplain Enrico Dino, Italian Army, and Capt. Labre Garcia, the investigating officer from the U.S. Military Government, examine a grave containing the remains of at least two Italian civilians killed and burned by German forces.

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    Padre Enrico Farneti, a local priest, Chaplain Enrico Dino, Italian Army, and Capt. Labre Garcia, the investigating officer from the U.S. Military Government, examine a grave containing the remains of at least two Italian civilians killed and burned by German forces.
    Date
    1945 March 17
    Locale
    Ronchidossa, Italy
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park

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    National Archives and Records Administration, College Park
    Copyright: Public Domain
    Source Record ID: 111-SC-265683 (Album 3219)

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