Enrico Caruso with his wife arrive in a boat. Caruso and other debark. Caruso and his wife at the dock. Stationary boats in the background.Caruso plays a hand-clapping game with several women. His wife goes into the water to swim. He teases her. Caruso picks up a chair and approaches the cinematographer threatening, playfully, then sets chair down and sits on it, backwards. He play boxes with a young man. Caruso hold his daughter and his wife stands next to him. [Note: These are last known surviving moving images of Enrico Caruso, taken in Italy 1921, only a few weeks before his untimely death. His daughter Gloria (seen in the film) was born in December 1919, and was a year and a half. Enrico Caruso died from pleurisy in Sorrento on August 2nd, 1921, aged 48.]
Italian nationalist leader Gabriele D'Annunzio and other Italian irredentist leaders are warmly welcomed in the Adriatic port city of Fiume as his contingent of Italian military volunteers occupies the Adriatic city in September, 1919. Ships seen docked in the background, between buildings. Irredentism leader D'Annunzio, with a wide collar atop his uniform, and wearing gloves, speaks forcefully to the assembled crowd . Several of the officers are carried down the street atop the shoulders of the cheering crowd. A warship is docked in the background. Flag of the Kingdom of Italy is seen in the crowd. Gabriele D'Annunzio is seen later, in uniform with shirt and tie, but without the collar and gloves, making his way through the crowd and then becoming the center of attention for the cameraman, as he poses surrounded by young military volunteer admirers.
Parade of fascists in Italy. They parade holding flags in hands and a large wreath. A fascist convention in the area. A big wreathe is placed on a memorial to Italian soldiers killed in battle.
Enrico Caruso in a boat at a harbor in Italy. He talks to his wife. She swims. He holds her baby and talks to her. His wife stands near him.
Still photo taken at an unidentified airfield, presumably in Italy. An Italian bomber aircraft parked on the airfield. Some hangar buildings in the distant background.
Gabriele D'Annunzio and his contingent of Italian military volunteers occupy Fiume, Croatia, in the name of Italy, as the Austro-Hungarian empire ends following World War I. D'Annunzio speaks to the troops. Soldiers gather on a street near dock. Crowd on the street raises hats and carry officers on their shoulders. D'Annunzio shakes hand with soldiers, as he makes his way through the crowd, and sits with a group of volunteers..