Royal Air Force Lancaster bombers bomb Genoa, Italy during World War II. Lancaster bombers on an airfield in England as they take off fro a night raid over Genoa, Italy. A map of Italy depicts the location of Genoa. Aerial view of thee city at night. Flares being dropped and then bombs descend and strike the city. Smoke rises due to the explosions. A rail road station being bombed. Flaks rise due to firing of anti aircraft guns. Searchlights drop and bombs being dropped in a second run over the city.
Volunteer Fascist Youth march to war in Italy. Fascist Youth march on streets with packs on their backs. An Italian speaker gives a speech. Civilians watch standing on sides of the street. A group of Italian women clap their hands and cheer.
Boats at waters edge in cove of Italian sea. Children play in cove as a woman stands near them. Houses on the shore. A boat underway in water, carrying Eva's women friends who drink Chianti wine from a bottle.One woman tunes a radio. Eva Braun and another woman play with a cat on a bench. Women try on lace collars. Eva's friend poses in sunlit grotto. (Note: This place in the PIazzetta of Portofino dominated by the castle. Surrounding is the Natural Park of Portofino created by Mussolini.)
Arrival of coal from the U.S. in Genoa,Italy. Ship from the United States arrives at dock. United States flag flutters in wind from the mast. Coal containers in the cargo hold. Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs,Conte Carlo Sforza thanks U.S. Ambassador to Italy, James Clement Dunn. Crane unloads coal.
A Vatican priest blesses new flag of an old tall wooden sailing vessel used as a training ship in Genoa, Italy.. The cadets wear their uniforms and are carrying guns on their shoulders. Cadets arrange themselves on elevated parts of the ship in a display.
Infantrymen of the 92nd Division of the United States Army parade through the streets of Genoa in Italy during World War II. Film shot from between two columns of the marching troops, followed by views of their marching feet. They are followed by a large contingent of armed Italian Partisans. Civilian spectators watch the marchers, from sides of road and from cars.