Our President, Richard Hodges, has published a wonderful article upon the anniversary of the Battle of Montecassino, which occurred in the latter phases of World War II, between December 1943 and May 1944. The meaning of this battle, as Hodges shows in the article, goes beyond its military interest as part of a broad campaign. It involves a medieval library and archive, as well as men from the most disparate corners of the world come to fight and die to keep or take this cultural, religious, and strategic landmark. Happy reading!
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