German Infantry captures Rome during World War II, Italy.
Italy Date:1943 Duration:3 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
Italy during World War II. A map of Italy shows various places. German infantry and cavalry units march ahead in Italy after the capitulation to Allies of Marshal Badoglio. Soldiers in an armored personnel carrier approach the Italian Alps. Nazi officers, including field marshal Erwin Rommel, are seen outside a building. German soldiers mounted on a tank move into an Italian city as people wave to them. Soldiers fire, explosion occurs and a pillar of smoke rises up. German forces occupy Reggio, Padua and Milan. Germans in an armored personnel carrier approach the Arch of Peace in Milan. Soldiers fight in the streets of Rome. A building with a Nazi sign on its gates. German soldiers celebrate after taking over the city. They smoke. Soldiers with women outside a building and pull a kitten from their uniforms to present to her. Soldiers in a jeep enter Rome with Colosseum in the background.
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