U.S. tanks and soldiers move into Livorno, Italy during the Italian Campaign of World War II.
Livorno Italy Date:1944, August Duration:2 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. tanks and soldiers in Livorno, Italy during the Italian Campaign of World War II. The soldiers and the tanks advance. The soldiers walk past a sign which reads 'PISA'. The soldiers and the tanks move along a street. Italian civilians cheer as the troops advance. Soviet partisans carry an American flag and march along the street. A unit of Japanese-American U.S. Army soldiers from the 442nd Regimental Combat Team rest and lean against a wall. Wrecked buildings in the city. Close-up views of the faces of three Japanese-American U.S. Army soldiers of the 442nd regiment as they look at a bulletin board with warning notices written in German and Italian, and then walk away. A Japanese-American soldier looks at a road sign on which an arrow points to Rome and Pisa and has an extra sign added for Los Angeles. He smiles and laughs at the sign.
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