QUmUtity a Mountain T m M taU icto-'iy, in 9,tafy THE MURAGLIONE PASS, 24 miles north-east of Florence and on the highway to Bologna, within eight miles of which city the Sth Army was reported to be engaged in bitter fighting on October 24,1944, proved hard forgoing our transport. Stretches of this road running alongside the mountain had been demolished by the enemy, and British engineers have had a tough task putting the zigzan ¦thoroughfare in order for the close- packed streams of traffic moving up to the front Photo] British Official Printed in Hngkind anil published every alternate Friday by the Proprietors. Tin: A m Arid a mated l,KBSS„LTO<The Fleet \vay-H«>ii.sc,.Farringdon Street, London, iC.C.L Registered -for transmission by Canadian Magazine Post. Sole.Aitfjhts fdr Australia nnd'Jfow Zealand :Messrs'. Gordon& (iotdi, Ltd .and for South Africa :Central ,^iews Agency, Ltd.— Xovembcr 10,1941. "SVsV li'litorhl A M run ?john carp enter house, w h itefria rs. London, e.c.4.