Mussolini Passing Through Austria, With… 1939

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    Austria.

    Austrian troops march past building. Officers inspect troops. Soldiers waiting by railway line. LS a train goes past and the breeze blows off one of the soldiers hats. More shots of military types walking along railway lines.

    Views around Innsbruck.

    A train arrives at a decorated station. Soldiers come to attention. Train comes to a halt. Benito Mussolini (Italian fascist leader - Il Duce) walks along platform with others including Count Galeazzo Ciano. He inspects troops. Shots of Italian and Austrian officers. Shots of Count Ciano on train and on platform. Nice shots of Mussolini looking out of carriage door. The train moves off.

    Travel shots from train as it travels through the Alps.

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    00:02:23:00
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    01:04:50:00 / 01:07:13:00
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