U.S. Liberty Ship Given To Italy 1947

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A liberty ship, first of a number of merchant vessels sent to Italy by the U.S., arrives in Genoa. Italy.

Various shots of the ship in the dock, pan down to crowds on it. M/S train of coal pulling up in sidings. M/S of the Italian Minister of Merchant...



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UN 1632 A
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01:20:13:00 / 01:21:08:00
UN 1632 A
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