In WWII, Lieut. Martino and his men are assigned to lead a group of prostitutes through the mountainous ways to serve in brothels for Italian soldiers in Albania.
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The film opens with the following statement: In October 28, 1940, to be part of the fulminating German victory in all Europe, Mussolini declared war on Greece, convinced that he would raze it in a few weeks. Thus, a courteous people of an ancient civilization, found itself cornered savagely on the Epirus mountains. The Greek army resisted with heroism, and by the end of the Winter, launched a furious counter-attack that pushed the front line of the war into the territory of Albania. It was a long, tragic, and useless massacre that costed 23 755 dead, 50 870 wounded, 12 268 frozen of which 3 000 had to be amputated. Anyway, it was a winning war. Under the unsustainable pressure of the German detachments, that had to intervene, Greece capitulated on April 22, 1941. See more