It was a bitter winter in Italy towards the end of the war and the advancing Allies were struggling through the snow-covered mountains, gradually driving the Germans north. They had even dislodged the German artillery spotters from their mountain-top observation posts . . . well-chosen sites from which the enemy could direct the guns to pound the advancing forces.
But then the German guns miraculously found their range again, even though they were on the opposite side of the hills. There were strange goings on indeed on the white peaks . . .
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