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Felice D'alessandro - Military Photograph and Censored Envelope

According to his father Salvatore's letter to Vittoria d'Alessandro of 17 May 1945, Felice returned to Italy on 10 May 1945. Timeline:

Photograph of Felice D'alessandro, 30 KB

Felice's Royal Italian Army insignia: two stripes indicate either a "Corporal Major" or a "Sergeant Major". A single stripe would be a "Corporal" or a "Sergeant". The color of the insignia is red for corporals, yellow for sergeants; otherwise the arm patches appear identical.

Felice's descendants in Italy have preserved Felice's identity tags from when he was held as a prisoner of war in America. They are inscribed:

D'ALESSANDRO, F
8WI-14195 T44    B
                 C

Envelope dorso, 22 KB

Envelope verso, 14 KB

[ENVELOPE]

MRS PASQUALINA YACOVELLI
311 ROYDEN ST.
CAMDEN
N.J.
U.S.A.

[POSTMARK]

Gambatesa
Campobasso
?6 6 45

[STAMP (PURPLE INK)]

Military Censorship Civil Mails
0412

[TAPE ALONG EDGE OF THE LEFT-HAND BORDER OF ENVELOPE]

VERIFICATO PER CENSURA

[BACK OF THE ENVELOPE (Return Address)]

AL SIGNOR D'ALESSANDRO FELICE
GAMBATESA
CAMPOBASSO


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Last revised: 15 August 2010 : 2010-08-15 by Robert [Wesley] Angelo.

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