Having survived a series of comic escapades behind the lines in wartime Italy, when given the chance to rejoin the Allies, Dodd's Army opts to get back behind the lines and continue their adventure.
The seven assorted soldiers and two Italian civilians manage to wreak more havoc, and end up joining the popular uprising known as The Four Days of Naples.
Angelo Santangelo spoke lovingly to his ramshackle old Lancia truck as he coaxed it westwards, along the alleged track away from the farmlands of south east Italy towards the ramparts of the mountains. Angelo and the vehicle had been an inseparable feature of the landscape around Casagrigio, his little country town, for years. Until a few years ago, Angelo had described himself as an agricultural trader, which was true to the extent that he traded with the farmers, though his stock of...