Scenes of Rome, Italy, and American Army officers, during their stopover there, during World War II
Rome Italy Date:1944 Duration:4 min 20 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Scenes of Rome and American Army officers on leave there during World War 2. Views including St Angelo Bridge and castle (Castel Sant'Angelo) at the Tiber River. People riding bicycles over the bridge. Statue of an angel, by sculptor Pieter Verschaffelt. St Peters Basilica and Square. Sign proclaiming neutral territory of the Vatican (in Italian and English). The sign reads ' Neutral state of Vatican. Admission of military vehicles not allowed.' A sign reads '322 service group'. U.S. Army officers, in uniform, pose as they smoke cigarettes, wearing overseas caps and smiling. An officer pretends to count money, posing in front of a sign in the background reading ' Finance office 322nd service group.' Unidentified U.S. Army officers smoking cigarettes and posing for photographs in front of flowering shrubs in Rome.
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