I spent yesterday (6th October 2013), following some of the path that my father CQMS Edmund O'Sullivan, who served with the 2nd Battalion London Irish Rifles (2 LIR) journeyed with 38 (Irish) Brigade as they progressed from Termoli, where they landed on the night of 5/6 October to the time they were withdrawn from the line on 5th December near to San Vito just to the south of the Moro River. Two hundred men of the Irish Brigade are listed as being killed during those two months days of autumnal campaign. I attach a couple of random photographs..I shall add some more at a later time (the photos are from Termoli, San Giacomo Ridge, Trigno River, Sangro River valley, Sangro River CWGC, and Moro River CWGC respectively). This is a war dairy transcript describing the Irish Brigade's part in the Battle of Termoli. http://www.irishbrigade.co.uk/pages/eyewitness-accounts/irish-brigade-at-termoli-transcribed..php Quis Separabit. Nec Aspera Terrent. Faugh a Ballagh.