Italian Consul General Yanelli and German Journalists, M.Zapp and G. Tonn, of the Transocean News, are deported.
New York City USA Date:1941, July 15 Duration:1 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A. V. Yanelli, Italian consul general at Johnstown, Pennsylvania is being deported from the United States. A number of people surround Yanelli on the sidewalk, as he takes his leave. He puts his arm around a young boy and girl. His taxi and another carrying steamer trunks, arrive at the entrance to Pier 61 in New York City. Policemen, including one on horseback, and jounalists are present. Other taxi passengers entering the Pier include Dr. Manfred Zapp and Guenther Tonn of the Transocean News Service, a German propaganda organization. (The Department of Justice had prosecuted Zapp and Tonn for failing to register as foreign agents.) Reporters examine tags on the steamer trunks as one taxi enters the driveway to Pier 61.
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