The allied invasion of Italy in World War Two was led by this American Army general, who also on July 27, 1953 signed the Korean armistice as commander of the U.N. forces in Korea; later he served as president of The Citadel, the renowned South Carolina military college. Item #43266
PS, 4" X 5", Vienna, Austria, 11 August 1946. Very good. Faintest of edgewear. Glossy black-and-white informal portrait of Clark in bright sun standing in uniform, hands clasped behind back, on a dirt path with trees alongside. Across the lighter lower portion, he boldly signs "Mark W. Clark / Vienna Aug. 11, 1946" in black ink. At the time of this signing Clark was serving as Commander in Chief of US Forces of Occupation in Austria. A choice post-war piece.