German soldiers surrender to United States soldiers in Turin, Italy during World War II. Two German soldiers examine grave of German soldiers. Convoy of motor carriages and passenger cars carry German officers to an assembly area. Captured German soldiers march on the road.
German soldiers surrender to United States soldiers in Turin, Italy during World War II. Convoy of motor carriages and passenger cars carry German officers to an assembly area. German soldier with bandaged arm. Soldiers wave.
German soldiers surrender to United States soldiers in Italy during World War II. Captured German soldiers relax on an open ground in the assembly area. German surrendered artillery displayed on ground.
People throw oranges on each other during Orange throwing festival at Ivrea in Turin, Italy. Large crowd gather to celebrate the traditional festival.
Artillery and Engineer academy at Turin, Italy. Italian soldiers fire artillery and advance on field. Cadets undergo physical training under Fascist Regime. Cadets play volley ball, shot put, sword fight. They march and exercise on field. Cadets climb rope and perform gymnastics. Cadets undergo rifle drill.
The U.S. officers in Bologna, Italy in April 1945 (World War II). U.S. Army General Lucian K Truscott Jr arrives in USAAF Stinson L-5B Sentinel aircraft. Army Air Forces C-45 Expeditor taxis to a halt and U.S. Army General Mark W Clark, General Henry "Hap" Arnold and Major General Alfred Maximilian Gruenther exit from the airplane. They are greeted by General Truscott. Generals Truscott, Clark and Arnold drive off in a jeep.