I'm reading Atkinson's "The Day of Battle" about the US Army in the Italian Campaign. During his narrative of the fight for the town of San Pietro, he mentions that one Captain John Huston of the US Army Signal Corps got his camera crew to lug their equipment up onto a hill overlooking the town, and filmed the fight. I did a search on Youtube, and sure enough, Huston's documentary is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R3ARj2DwRw&feature=related It's a pretty good documentary, by one of the legends of Hollywood, filmed only 2 years after he directed "The Maltese Falcon". Yes, those are Italians you see in at least one scene. The 1st Italian Motorized Group attempted to take Mt. Lungo in their first action on the Allied side, and were repulsed with heavy losses. For those of you familiar with Ernie Pyle's famous article, The Death of Captain Waskow Captain Henry Waskow was killed on Hill 1205, shown in the documentary.