A film titled 'Activities in Italy' shows the United States 5th Army soldiers entering the city of Pisa in Italy after the Nazi surrender during World War II. Soldiers move towards the north and move across the wrecked city. Tanks pass by the Leaning Tower of Pisa. General Clarke and other officers inspect the tower. British anti aircraft units cross over River Arno.
Aftermath of Allied bombings in Italy during World War II. Aerial view of the damage caused to town of Pisa, Italy. Damaged marshaling yards and an airfield. Destroyed buildings and houses. Leaning tower of Pisa. (Last 7 seconds show Rome and Littorio marshalling yards and airfield.)
U.S. soldiers in Pisa, Italy during World War II. A U.S. patrol in the outskirts of Pisa. Three U.S. soldiers walk down a street. One of them carries a department store dummy. The soldiers stop and eat rations. The Leaning Tower in the background. A soldier in the foreground guards the street.
U.S. tanks and soldiers in Livorno, Italy during the Italian Campaign of World War II. The soldiers and the tanks advance. The soldiers walk past a sign which reads 'PISA'. The soldiers and the tanks move along a street. Italian civilians cheer as the troops advance. Soviet partisans carry an American flag and march along the street. A unit of Japanese-American U.S. Army soldiers from the 442nd Regimental Combat Team rest and lean against a wall. Wrecked buildings in the city. Close-up views of the faces of three Japanese-American U.S. Army soldiers of the 442nd regiment as they look at a bulletin board with warning notices written in German and Italian, and then walk away. A Japanese-American soldier looks at a road sign on which an arrow points to Rome and Pisa and has an extra sign added for Los Angeles. He smiles and laughs at the sign.
Low altitude aerial view from aircraft flying over Pisa Italy. The Leaning Tower is clearly seen. There is little evidence of war damage. Piazza del Duomo in the background. Several ships and boats are seen offshore. Aerial view of a nearby coastal city, with factory, buildings and houses. Fields and the coastline.
U.S. soldiers of Japanese ancestry, in the 442nd Infantry Regiment, 34th Division, are seen in a wooded area of Italy, during World War 2. A patrol party receives instructions. Staged for the camera, the Soldiers scout through the woods in search of enemy snipers near Pisa. Soldiers on the alert. Soldiers aim their rifles, run through woods, take cover, and get up and advance.