A Small WWII Italian Bunker in Heraclea Minoa (Sicily)

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In this article, a WWII small Italian bunker evocative of the emotions caused to the Sicilian population by the WWII terminated 70 years ago was presented. It is a bunker of type T Monoarma (i.e. bunkers for a single weapon), indicated also as type Ispettorato, and located on the Sicilian seashore, near the archaeological site of the ancient Greek city of Heraclea Minoa.

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Tomezzoli, G. (2015). A Small WWII Italian Bunker in Heraclea Minoa (Sicily). Advances in Anthropology, 5, 144-151. doi: 10.4236/aa.2015.53013.

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