CHAMBERLAIN MEETS HITLER British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain exits a British Airways plane and is greeted by dignitaries. A car arrives, its doors opened by two Nazi soldiers; Nazi soldiers stand at attention guarding a long outdoor staircase; Chamberlain, French Prime Minister Edouard Daladier, Hitler and others ascend the stairs. Entering a large room, they confer with high German officials. Chamberlain, Daladier, Mussolini and Hitler are seen signing a document (the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia). Chamberlain and Lord Halifax exit a British Airways airplane.
MUSSOLINI IN ROME In front of the Il Vittoriano monument in Piazza Venezia, a huge crowd stands, some waving their caps in the air on the ends of their rifles. A uniformed Benito Mussolini speaks from his balcony to the cheers of those below.
FUNERAL OF GUGLIELMO MARCONI The body of renowned inventor Guglielmo Marconi is transported from the Royal
Academy of Science to the Church of
Santa Maria degli Angeli in Rome. Thousands gather to watch the coach with his body pass by and Premier Mussolini himself bids the genius farewell.
U.S. WAR STAFF REVIEWS STRATEGY - WW II U.S. Chiefs of Staff strategize around a conference table. A graphic illustration shows U.S. control of North Africa and Sicely, with opposition coming from Axis Italy. Mussolini reviews troops. Nazi warplanes take off. AAllied tanks are deployed via train.
CCNY STUDENTS PROTEST FASCISM Students at CCNY hold a protest after learning that college President Frederick Robinson has invited a delegation of students from Italy and expelled students who protested his decision. A two-headed effigy of Robinson and Mussolini is carried about then burned.
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