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March 23, 1944, a pleasant spring day, began quietly for General Kurt Malzer, Germany’s alcoholic commander of occupied Rome, and his superior, Generra Albert Kesselring. One hundred twenty soldiers of the German 11th Company of the Bozen SS 3rd Battalion carried out their daily routine by marchiin down the Via Rasella. Their punctuallit was clocked by an Italian armed Resistance unit, GAP central, whose members meticulously planned their destruction. A bomb was concealed in a rubbish cart, and...

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