Noa works at the National Library in the Classification/Rambi Department. She has a Masters degree in librarianship and Jewish history. She is a fan of fantasy and science-fiction literature, and is well-aware that life itself is often more surprising than any fiction.
The Abbey of Monte Cassino, often called the “Mother of Monasteries”, occupies a very strategic location dominating the road leading north-west to Rome. From January to May 1944, fierce battles took place there in which Allied soldiers from more than twenty different nations faced off against German, Austrian and Italian troops. The campaign ended with a German withdrawal after Allied troops breached the “Gustav Line”…
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