Farewell to American soldiers in Leghorn, Italy. Over 1600 American soldiers stand ready to leave Italy, ending U.S. troop presence there after World War II. Soldiers salute as the American flag is lowered. The Allied flags on the transport USS Admiral Sims (AP-127). American soldiers on the ship. General James and the U.S. Ambassador to Italy, James Clement Dunn at the ceremony. Flag of Italy. American soldiers embark the ship. The last soldier, Sergeant Pave, waves as he boards the ship. General James bids farewell to Ambassador Dunn as he boards the ship. American soldiers stand on the ship deck. Italian soldiers wave goodbye. The ship leaves the port.
USAAF (United States Army Air Forces) squadron provides air support to U.S. 5th Army in Leghorn, Italy during World War II. Animated map of Italy highlights Leghorn. USAAF bombers drop bombs over the port of Leghorn on 20th April, 1944. Smoke billows up from explosions.
U.S. soldiers in Italy during World War 2. M8 and T27 armored cars, of the U.S. 91st Reconnaissance Squadron, cross narrow pontoon bridge over a river in Leghorn (Livorno) Italy. A destroyed steel bridge and bombed out buildings in background.
Soldiers opening a box and taking out banners in Leghorn, Italy during 'Battle Banner' presenting ceremony. Banners displayed in front of Navy soldiers. Soldiers hold rifles on shoulders. Naval Chaplain gives blessing and the banners are given to the vessels commanders. Fleet of ships at the port.
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.
Senate Hearings,1947 in Washington DC. Officials and dignitaries seated for Senate Hearings, 1947. Howard Robard Hughes, Jr. is questioned. He testifies about profits made on war contracts by him before Senate War Investigating Committee. He says that he has not made any profits on war contracts. Views of Hughes and other dignitaries sitting during the hearings.