Italian Footballers At The Cenotaph 1934

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    Two Italian footballers laying wreath at the base of Cenotaph. The rest of the Italian football team members are giving he Fascist salute behind them.

    Note: Badly damaged film - very poor quality.

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    01:38:24:00 / 01:38:44:00
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