War damage in Messina, Sicily, Italy from bombing by USAAF (United States Army Air Forces) 86th Fighter Bomber Group airplanes during World War 2. American Army technical sergeant offers a cigarette to a uniformed Italian policeman sitting on a bench with him in Messina, Sicily. Closeup of the Italian Policemen smoking the cigarette. In change of scene, the sergeant points to words "Heil Rommel" written on door of a building. He points out other graffiti on walls. He walks past remains of wrecked vehicles, and pauses to look at them as the camera shows them in closeup. View of a U.S. soldier sitting at waterfront, conferring with an armed Italian provisional military policeman wearing a white armband identifying him as such. Italian citizens stand around them. A sunken steamship sits grounded in the background. View of rowboats on the beach and the sunken steamship.
This historic stock footage available in HD and SD video. View pricing below video player.
Have a correction or more info about this clip? Edit Now