Precision bombing of Railroad yards in Rome, Italy by over 500 Allied bombers during World War 2
Rome Italy Date:1943, July 19 Duration:1 min 53 sec Sound:Yes
Allied aircraft parked at North African airbases. The British and American crews study charts and maps of Rome and mark bombing locations. Pilots and navigators board the planes. Bomber aircraft in flight. Railroad yards in Rome bombed with pinpoint precision by Allied bomber planes in broad daylight. Targets included the San Lorenzo freight yard and steel factory, the "Scalo del Littorio" on the north side of Rome, and the Ciampino airport.
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