U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt reviews Allied troops in Sicily, Italy during World War II.
Sicily Italy Date:1948 Duration:5 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
A film on the campaign of Allied forces in Sicily, Italy during World War II. Animated map shows several places and invasion by the British and American forces. Aerial view of a town. Smoke rises from bombardment and firing. Soldiers fire guns on a battlefield. Rubbed buildings in an area. Soldiers aboard jeeps moving along a town. Animated map shows the invaded areas. Aerial view of cars moving along a street. Smoke rises from an explosion. Soldiers stand near a gun. Burning and wrecked equipment. An observation airplane in flight overhead. Soldiers fire anti aircraft guns and other guns. Smoke rises from the firing. A sea shore. Soldiers advance along an area. Wrecked and abandoned enemy vehicles and equipment. Soldiers aboard a landing craft underway. Other soldiers advance along a city. Some of the soldiers seated in a jeep moving along an area. Aerial view of buildings and houses. Allied Military Government agents distribute rations and supervise medical care. Officers seated at a desk discuss. Civilians walk along a street and gather in an area. Soldiers and medics work. Doctors examine civilians. Banks reopen and a new financial system is established. Men read newspapers. Troops stand at attention in formation. U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt reviews troops.
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