Italian troops occupy Samos Island in Greece during World War 2
Samos Island Greece Date:1941, May Duration:1 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
German General Friedrich-Wilhelm Müller visits with Italian troops of the 6th Infantry Division CUNEO, after they occupy the Greek Island of Samos, without any resistance, in May 1941. He and his staff members drink local wine with the Italians. Italian soldiers eating bananas at the port, and picking oranges from a local tree. Remainder of film shows 8 thousand surrended defenders taken as prisoners of war, marching in a long line. Next, they are seen crammed on the deck of a Greek ship and then, later debarking. They march in loose formation.
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