Task Force 45 and the Italian Campaign

Created from AAA units in order to fill a desperate need for riflemen, though it would only operate for a few months of bitter fighting, Task Force 45 must be considered to be one of the most peculiar allied fighting units of the second world war. It is history that deserves to be remembered.
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  • Nicely done, again, sir. Your delivery is always enthusiast and heart-felt. Thank you.

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  • You kind of glossed over the Japanese soldiers (American citizens), with just an offhand mention. Imagine FDR putting you in an internment camp and then sending you to Italy to fight to the death, while many soldiers hated you for being born of Japanese descent.

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  • Excellent spot. I love hearing stories out of the standard war stories

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  • no mention of how the americans threatened to open fire on allied troops if the got to Rome first, hence why the British and Canadians waited to enter Rome.

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  • Brazilian infantry troops? I didn't know any South American nations fought in the war. Deserves a presentation.

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  • That explains why the army 444th in mid 1944 went from 40mm antiaircraft battery to infantry training. They went to Germany late 1944 and spent 1945 guarding trains and German prisoners.

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  • Great story!

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  • My father was in the Italian campaign. He told a story of a US mortar crew that had been through a particularly nasty fight and suffered heavy casualties but still prevailed. One of the motor teams trapped a German soldier in an open field. They were harassing him with mortar rounds, they were were really good at what they did and could put the rounds exactly where they wanted them. The German tried to surrender but the anger of battle had long boiled over and they kept tossing him around with deliberate near misses. Eventually a staff sergeant said, "Either kill him or leave him alone". The gunner dropped the next round on top of him.

  • The Allies command and strategy were the WORST in Italy

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  • Not as interesting but there was a Task Force Fukuda, the first named and commanded by a AJA in WWII. If you can find Ambassador In Arms, Thomas Murphy, about the 100th Battalion. Thank you.

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  • Very informative and thank you for mentioning 473rd Infantry Regiment my Uncle was a member and was KIA on April 15, 1945.

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  • My father’s father’s brother was in the US Army, and is buried in one of the memorial graveyards near Anzio, a long way from his home state of Nebraska. I have the honor of taking care of his Purple Heart Medal since my father passed away in 2011. It’s not often I hear of the city Anzio.

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  • My Dad served with distinction in the 88th Division fighting alongside Algerians, French Moroccans and the British Indian Army. Italy was truly a UN operation. He hated Mark Clark for wasting so many lives at Monte Casino when it would have made more sense to have bypassed and cut the Germans lines

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  • Thank you History Guy. My Grandad was in the Army 5th and was present in North Africa, Sicily and at Monte Cassino. Not enough is talked about the sacrifice of these brave men in Italy.

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  • And sadly , people of different countries who fought together well could also die together well .

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  • I have an idea for a video, have you ever heard of the 6888th Central Postal Battalion. I love your videos keep up the great work.

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  • Ah yes, the Roman backstab. The American general stopped our troops from entering Rome. Yeah, I’m Canadian. I heard about this from my dad’s friends.

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  • Clark should have been dismissed. But he was too well connected.

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  • Another great episode. Thanks. You mentioned the invasion of southern France, Operation Dragoon. This is a largely forgotten invasion of the European continent that I think deserves to be remembered.

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    • @The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered thanks for your reply. This was a very interesting biography about Douglas Fairbanks Jr., who participated Operation Dragoon. If you could in a video elaborate on the latter, I would appreciate it.

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  • I always find history interesting and why some events get more space and others are largely forgotten. There were so many things happening simultaneously during that war and if not taught together it’s hard understand the magnitude of what was happening. In June 1944 Rome fell The Normandy invasion. The U-505 and its enigma machine were captured And the Saipan Invasion began within a week. But another battle that is often forgotten is The Aleutians Campaign.

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  • I count 5-not 4-nations from which soldiers made up task force 45: - America - Britain - Italy - Brazil - Japan

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    • There were no soldiers representing Japan in Task Force 45, only Japanese Americans.

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  • Really enjoy your videos -- of all subjects. When will you do a video about Robby the Robot and the B-9 robot from Lost In Space (I have seen them on your bookshelves in the background)? Most of my uncles from both my mother's and father's families served in World War II -- my father was just a year too young to join, all the rest had volunteered. I don't know all of their branches, regiments, theaters of the war but for a few. One piloted B-17s in Europe, if I recall he "re-upped" after his first 25 missions and completed a second 25 -- and survived the war (in fact all of my uncles survived). Another was in the 82nd Airborne and was dropped at/near Anzio and had a grueling time in the campaign in Italy. What is neat, and sad at the same time, what I recall in seeing them every so often while I was growing up (the families had spread out across the US, so we didn't visit often) was that the war and their service was rarely mentioned. I did some research myself as a teen and young adult on the war after hearing that they had served. I really enjoyed Ken Burns "The War" because it made me aware of what the rest of their families (my grandparents and aunts, my father and one younger uncle) all had to deal with here at home during the war. Anyway -- thank you for the time and effort that you put into these videos!

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  • Hi HG!! Approaching the million mark in subs I noticed. Long over due in my opinion. They say your 1st million is the hardest. Ever heard of the chocolate bar price increase protests that occurred here in Canada in 1947..? The public was boycotting buying chocolate bars as it was seen as absurd for a chocolate bar to cost more than 5 cents. At the time it cost up to 8cents for a candy bar. Children were seen walking around with signs outside popular candy stores. I'm sure there's some history worth remembering when it comes to public perceptions to prices and its reaction when it relates to accepting new price thresholds. From wikipedia. The Candy bar protest, also known as the 5 cent chocolate war, the 5 cent war and the chocolate candy bar strike, was a short-lived 1947 protest by Canadian children over the increase in price of chocolate bars from five to eight cents.

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  • Great story, important history to remember! This reminds me of the fact that my former battalion, 2nd Battalion, 122nd Field Artillery from Chicago, ILARNG, was converted to Military Police for deployment during the GWOT. This sort of thing still happens.

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  • I hav been Studying World War II history as a hobby for 60 years. I don’t think I’ve ever heard such a detailed explanation of this amazing group of Allied soldiers. Thank you.👍👍👍

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  • Patton doing sketchy stuff to get name in headlines: Greatest general ever! Clark doing sketchy stuff to get name in headlines: Worst general ever!

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  • Also worth remembering Lady Nancy Astor (MP)'s reference to the British 8th army in Italy as "D-Day dodgers" and Hamish Henderson's response (Hamish Henderson was a Scottish infantry officer and poet) - a sarcastic and poignant view from the battlefield mnthe.info/bill/video/h5Wh0K7CiIiSsGs

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  • HG, that was excellent! The Italian Campaign was also used for experimentation of new or improved uniforms and equipment. Also, the 442nd RCT was the most decorated regiment in WWII, The movie Go For Broke pays tribute to them. It would be interesting if you did a segment on how African-Americans were deployed during the war. It should be noted that FDR (Dem) would not de-segregate Black or Asian troops. His VP and predecessor President Harry Truman did. Also, the history of Social Security is another interesting topic. Thanks!!

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  • thanks, very interesting.

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  • No CIB what a cheat.

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  • Brazil in WW2? We need to know more!

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  • Did it again in Korea Task Force Smith..........terrible, devastating results too. History repeats itself because we, humans, fail to learn.

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  • Another excellent presentation, as usual. I was familiar with the Italian Theater but this was new and very informative. I wonder, is it possible to do a video on Lena Mae Basilone, USMC Sergeant and wife of MoH recipient John Basilone? I've been curious about her ever since the mini-series The Pacific aired, but the information I've found on the internet is lass than satisfying.

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    • @George Cristian Cripcia. The Casualties list includes wounded, KIAs, & MIAs.

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  • Some largely forgotten history that deserves to be commemorated-if you would do a segment, I think it would be a real service-the aerial bombing of the black neighborhood of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a hundred years ago in May.

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  • My father was in the 10nth Mountain Div. He was a rifle man and mule skinner. Every battle they fought was up hill against entrenched positions. As the Red Ball express got headlines and newsreel footage men like my father were leading mule trains up mountain trails in Italy.

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  • I didn’t know Brazil fought in World War 2. That is something that could be a video on its own.

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  • To seek out and close with the enemy, kill or capture him, cease and hold ground, repel enemy attack, regardless of season, weather or terrain. This is the role of the Infantrymen. Any soldier who continued in this role for a continuous span deserves the CIB.

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  • Thanks for yet another wonderful video. Could you do a video on the Army Air Corp/Force flying the "Hump" over the Himalayans to invade Tibet from India in WWII? My father was in that operation. Thanks

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  • Gen Mark Clark - *almost* as concerned with self-promotion as Patton, but without even the redeeming feature of being an average Divisional-level commander that Patton could claim to be. Both, wholly unsuited for their roles as Corps and Army commanders. There was good reason the 2nd New Zealand Division refused his orders on multiple occasions.

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    • Sometimes in order to lead one has to earn the right.

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  • This was my father's unit. Thank you so much.

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  • My Aunt is Nisei. She and her family were "relocated" from Central CA to a camp in AZ during the war! Her older brother got out of the camp, by Joining the army! He was badly wounded in Italy and declared dead by the medics! Thankfully he "came around" he lost a leg in that campaign.

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  • Diversity is Humanity's Greatest Strength.

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  • Hello Mr. History Guy. I was watching B-52 Stratofortress | Behind the Wings on PBS on you tube, they briefly mentioned bombing an erupting volcano but no mention of results. Do you know what happened? Love your show!

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  • It is very sad to me to think of the sacrifices the Japanese-American and African-American troops made for a country who didn't treat as them as human, let alone equal, and in many cases, still doesn't.

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  • Great footage.I was born in 1943so most of these young guys were twenty years old at this time.

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  • You should do a video on Mata Hari. German WW1 spy/exotic dancer.

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    • I just watched something about her on YT last week, Sunday or Monday. It wasn't THG, but it was pretty Informative.

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  • Anzio was another disaster for Allie's.

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    • Allie who? Allie Oop?

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  • Great piece. Could you do a piece on Strategic Air Command, Joe Foss, the P-40 and it’s contributions to WWII, the USS Yorktown WWII history, and four stacker destroyers many missions of WWII. Thank you for great history stories!

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  • Saratoga, Yorktown, Valley Forge, Joseph Plum Martin, Bunker Hill

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  • Mark Clarke isn't well liked by Canadians! I am glad you highlighted some of his errors! The Canadians reached Rome first but were ordered to stand down so that Clark could have all the glory! Have you done an episode on the First Special Service Force? Another example of different people working together!

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  • General Mark Clark was clearly a "graduate" of the George B. McClellan school of military training. As Lincoln might have admonished, "don't worry about taking Richmond. Destroy their army first and the cities will follow.""

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  • I sincerely hope that one day The History Guy will do a video focused on the ~250k guerillas, some escaped service members and others inserted servicemembers from afar, who resisted the Japanese Empire occupation of the American Commonwealth of the Philippines

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  • thanks THG good stuff

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  • The book “And no birds sang” by Farley Mowat is a great book about the Sicily and Italian campaigns.

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  • I really wish you would make a video on the invasion of Sicily, especially the part about Lucky Luciano getting released in prison to form a liaison with the Sicilian Mafia. This also forms the genesis of the disturbing Operation Gladio, as I’m sure you know.

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  • Within a broader picture of the war elements, from the first invasion of Sicily, after the successful Operation Mincemeat, convincing Hitler that there would be a major offensive in Greece, and the continued operations by the SOE there, the German defensive line had to be spread so thinly that there could be no reenforcement by the Germans into the Barbarossa campaign, or to be reassigned to fight the invasion of D Day. So the Italian campaign did serve a purpose. While Clarke ‘s taking of Rome was rather reckless, it also kept throwing curves at the German High Command. It is important to remember that Hitler was brought up within the concept that a nation was defeated if their Capitol was taken.

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  • This is the sort of reason in Australia all soldiers what ever their main employment role each year undertake training in pure infantry type roles as here we life by the idea that every soldier is at heart first infantry and second what ever the army needs them to be. In my 20 years while mainly employed as a clerk, I was at various times used as an APC (M113A1) driver and crew commander, a radio operator, a general driver(wheeled vehicles) , IT specialist helping train newly qualified IT personnel in real live in the field IT where the thing is to keep stuff working in conditions no computer should survive a day let alone months at a time, as Infantry doing patrolling and road blocks and of course working as a clerk. This sort of cross training into many fields is seen as essential here as from one moment to the next you never know in battle what you may be required to do, this is also why every soldier is taught to do the job of the person t ranks higher so if you loose your platoon leaders then the most senior soldiers in the platoon can easily step up to fill the positions and maintain command and control. My own Father was in the 2/7th Division Cav during WW2 and started being sent to Egypt with them equipped with Bren Gun Carriers which some months after arrival were grounded as needing major fixes and rebuilding so they fought with what they could acquire or scrounge up, after being sent back to Australia in 1942 his regiment was retrained to fight in the jungle and sent to Port Morsby where their still grounded carriers were grouped around some trees and chained to them where they stayed till the end of the war. They were then sent over to the north coast on New Guniea where they fought at Sanananda track and later at Lae, Wewack and other places. Their units official history lists them as being officially withdrawn from Port Morsby only 6 to 8 months after arriving and of near 1000 troops that arrived officially only 60 were boarded on the ship to return to Australia due to mainly WIA and illness causalities with the KIA meaning this was all that remained. After more retraining and replacements the unit was not made into a Cav unit but a commando regt so it officially ceased to exist as a cav regt when it was withdrawn from Port Morsby though it fought through to the end of the war under the Commando title through New Guinea and Borneo.

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  • I Really enjoy your History videos and the way you teach us about them Thank you I'd really would like to see afew videos about the Revolutionary War, especially Fort Tigcondaroga , n Crown Point , New York Thank you

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  • My father was in coastal artillery and landed in Anzio after the breakout and was at Monte Casino. He became part of Task Force 45 and once they learned that he was an excellent mechanic, he became a motor sergeant and worked in a support role for the duration of the Task Force 45 role in the fighting. He was then assigned to the 473rd and now I know where he received his CIB. He seldom talked about the war unless prodded by his inquisitive son who followed in his footsteps as an aviation technician in Viet Nam. As a side note to this, it would have been nice if you would have included Senator Danial K. Inouyi (hawaii)who lost his arm in the fighting in Italy.

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  • Could have gone so much better if there wasn't Clarke or Lucas these two men were not fit for there jobs, and cost thousands of lives.

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  • Absolutely excellent video of history. Thank you very much!

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  • How about the Civil War "battle of the crater" the largest explosion on US soil until the nuclear bomb tests

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  • Clark was a jerk.

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  • Would be possible to do a story on the invasion of southern France.

    Mike CraseMike CraseСарын өмнө
  • Have you ever done a video on the 551st PIB? They were part of Operation Dragoon and the Battle of the Bulge. Served longer and suffered more casualties than any other unit so I am told.

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    • They served in the Italian Campaign, Operation Dragoon, & Battle of the Bulge. The 551st "GOYAs". I was just looking thru the "Warfare History Network", 96 days of combat, the longest of any American airborne unit during the European Campaign! ( During Anzio, the 1stSSF fought for 99 days without relief).

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  • Earning the Expert Infantry Badge is one of my proudest achievements

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  • Since you have strayed into Italy and the exploits of the brave men among the D Day Dodgers, do one on the FSSF (First Second Service Force) ..they were an amazing unit that at Anzio terrorised the Germans. Google Tommy Prince

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    • @ Mark Little. I believe you meant the “First Special Service Force”. Also known as “The Devil’s Brigade”.

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  • We all that served bleed green

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  • Excellent film footage......An the lighting on your set is much better....Thanks very much.... An l might add Well said....!

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