13. All the plateaus of the Italian Front end similarly, with mountains springing vertically to tremendous heights. For much of the Great War, the front would follow the edge of the Julian, Carnic and Dolomite Alps. Sometimes one side or the other would occupy the higher ground; sometimes the soldiers would face each other from the tops of opposing mountain peaks.

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