A large crowd greets German Chancellor Adolf Hitler in Florence, Italy during World War II.
Florence Italy Date:1940, October 28 Duration:4 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
German officers tour Italy during World War II. Buildings in the background at a sea shore. Men seated at a desk type documents. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler with German officers in his private railroad car. People gather at a railroad station in Florence, Italy. They wave towards Hitler. The crowd cheers and applauds. Hitler is greeted by officers. Soldiers stand at attention. Italian citizens gathered cheer him and applaud. Hitler seated in a car passing on a street of Florence. People gather along the sides of streets. Buildings along street sides. Hitler and officials enter the Palazzo Vecchio. Scenes inside the palace, where German and Italian officials shake hands and discuss. Prime Minister of Italy Benito Mussolini and Commander-in-Chief of Italian North Africa Rodolfo Graziani at a station and later at a reception. Headline of Italian newspaper Il Barcello reading "Mussolini e Hitler a Firenze!" People gather in a large number and cheer on the Piazza della Signoria. Elevated view of the crowd from roof or a high balcony of the Palazzo Vecchio. Trumpet players on balcony play to crowd before Mussolini and Hitler appear. People cheer as the Italian and German leaders appear on the balcony.
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