Anzio Beachhead and Italy Battle Map
The amphibious landing at Anzio occurred on 22 January 1944, which is about 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Rome. After months of stalemate around the landing site, the Allies broke out and captured Rome on June 4th, two days before D-Day at Normandy.
This map has a view of central Italy from the west. The Anzio beach head and units involved are at the center bottom of the map.
Result: Allied Victory
Created/Published: Unknown, declassified 1986
Dimensions (Width x Height): 11x8.7
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