U.S. 9th Army Air Force aerial views of B-25 bombers dropping bombs over Pratica di Mare airfield. Several bomber aircraft flying over the airfield. Views of bombs dropping and impact on targets. Tail section of an aircraft visible. The airfield contained new 5-motor German bombers.
Allied bombing of Monte Cassino, Italy during World War II. Views of the Abbey of Monte Cassino. German officers talk to Abbot Gregoria Di Mare. Treasures from the abbey are hauled to Rome. Church authorities accept a receipt from German officials. Allied airplanes bomb the abbey. Smoke rises from explosions. Abbot Mare flees to Vatican City with a German escort. Refugees search the ruins of bombed Castel Gandolfo.
Italian partisans execute Mussolini. Body of Mussolini on a street of the village Giulino di Mezzegra in Italy. Italian soldiers near his body. Early pictures of Mussolini from 1938 to 1943. Mussolini and Adolf Hitler in 1943. Pictures of Mussolini some time before his death.
German troops in Italy during World War II. A map of Italy. Despite an Allied air attack German troops bring up supplies by mule and truck to reinforce their positions. Troops put supplies on horse back. A soldier carries supplies in his hands. A German soldier looks through binoculars. Unidentified aircraft in flight. Smoke rises due to bombing. Damaged Monte Casino. German troops escort Abbot Gregorian Di Mare to Vatican city from the ruins of Monte Casino. Wreckage in Castle Gandolfo. The corpses of the dead.
Germans in Italy for religious propaganda during World War II. Map of Italy. German troops on Italian font. Despite an Allied attack, bring up supplies by mule and truck to reinforce their positions. Military action of German troops for religious propaganda. Cassino Monastery before U.S. Attack. U.S. bombs burst on Cassino Monastery. Ruins of Cassino Monastery. German troops escort Abbot Gregorian Di Mare to Vatican city from the ruins of Monte Cassino. German officers and Abbot of Cassino. Ruins and wreckage in Castle Gandolfo. Men inspect ruins and evacuate casualties. Dead bodies of women and children.
Italian air force joins allies at North Korba Airdrome in Cape Bon, Italy. 31 Italian planes bring their own ground crews and doctors. Italian planes in flight. Planes take off from airfield. An officer salutes as he disembarks. Ground crew disembark from the Italian planes. Ground crew and doctors talk to Captain Francesco Aurelio Di Bella. Captain Di Bella drinks water. Ground crew and doctors seated in truck and truck driven. They eat food. 2nd Lieutenant Fulvio Andrei, fighter pilot, interviewed. Captain Francesco Aurelio Di Bella, one of Italy's torpedo bomber aces, interviewed.