Damaged buildings and displaced civilians in Italy during World War II.
Italy Date:1944 Duration:4 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled 'Thunderbolt' about the aftermath of Allied air attacks in Italy during World War 2 . A U.S. Army Air Force pilot seated in the cockpit of an aircraft. Cameras fixed up in different parts of the aircraft. The cameras attached to wings, a wheel well and the instrument panel. Actor James Stewart (Jimmy Stewart), seated in a chair, reads a telegram by Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Forces Major General Carl Spaatz. Damaged buildings in Italy after Allied air attacks during World War II. Men guide a pack of mules down a road. Damaged buildings as a horse drawn cart moves past them. Displaced Italians on a road. An Italian civilian woman with a crying child. Two young Italian children children walk past damaged buildings and step cautiously avoiding a decomposed dead body amidst debris. Aerial views of mountains in Italian Alps and rugged terrain in Italy. Bomb craters on the ground leaving some areas of Italy as only rubble. A waterfall tumbling down a rocky hillside. Aerial views of buildings and a river in a town. Scenes of demolished railroad marshaling yards from Allied bombing campaigns.
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