These are the main websites I consulted to write this blog. Like the books, they are listed in no particular order and they are all in Italian.
– Dal Volturno a Cassino: http://www.dalvolturnoacassino.it/asp/n_main.asp
This is a website covering events of the Italian campaign, from October 1943 to June 1944.
– Associazione Nazionale Partigiani d’Italia: https://www.anpi.it/
This website has interesting information on the role played by partisans during the Italian campaign. In some cases, partisans fought alongside the Allies against the Germans, in a coordinated fashion.
– Associazione Nazionale Combattenti Forze Armate Regolari Guerra di Liberazione: http://www.combattentiliberazione.it/
A pretty informative website focusing on the role played by Italian soldiers, rather than partisans, in the fight against the Germans.
– Banca Dati dei Caduti e Dispersi della 2° Guerra Mondiale: https://www.difesa.it/Il_Ministro/ONORCADUTI/Pagine/Amministrativo.aspx
A database containing information on all the Italian soldiers who died or went missing in action during the second world war.
– Esercito Italiano, La Guerra di Liberazione: http://www.esercito.difesa.it/storia/pagine/Raggruppamento-Schede.aspx?categoria=d14a9f85-7bbf-4da5-a752-7623ffd87764&annoi=&annof=&mode=master
Interesting overview of the role played by the Italian army in supporting the Allies in their fight against the Germans across Italy.