img "US Army Rest Center in Rome Italy" (ddr-densho-201-278)
Caption on front: "US Army Rest Center in Rome Italy." The Mussolini Forum Rest Center in Rome.
img "US Army Rest Center in Rome Italy" (ddr-densho-201-277)
Caption on front: "US Army Rest Center in Rome Italy." A statue at the Mussolini Forum Rest Center in Rome.
img Japanese professor greeting German and Italian students (ddr-njpa-4-1481)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Students of Japan, Germany and Italy meet. (Rome) Domei. When a team of German students visited Italy, students from Japan, Germany and Italy held a student exchange meeting in the suburbs of Rome. The photo shows the interchange between students from the three countries. At the center is the Japanese deputy, instructor …
img Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini (ddr-njpa-1-940)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "The New European Order Progresses. (Rome) Domei. The leaders of Italy and Germany met at Florence in northern Italy. [stamped] November 25, 1940."
img Benito Mussolini riding a horse (ddr-njpa-1-937)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "(Rome) Rengo. A grand celebration for the tenth anniversary of Prime Minister Mussolini's fascist revolution, which broke through the revolutionary crisis that followed the Great War and stabilized his homeland of Italy, was held in Rome on October 28. Fascists from all over Italy gathered in Rome on that day for a …
img Ivanoe Bonomi and Count Carlo Sforza (ddr-njpa-1-1871)
Caption on reverse: "Members of new Italian government confer in Rome. Ivanoe Bonomi (left), Premier of the newly formed Italian Government, and Count Carlo Sforza, Minister without portfolio, confer in liberated Rome during the first meeting of the Cabinet. Count Sforza, who returned to his homeland from America as Allied armies drove the Germans from southern …
img Daughter of a Nisei soldier (ddr-densho-105-14)
Minoru "Min" Tsubota's daughter, Charlene Sumiko Tsubota. Born March 6, 1944, pictured at 5 months old. Min was sent overseas with the 442nd Regimental Combat Team four days after her birth. This photo was sent to Min while in combat north of Rome, Italy.
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-114-82)
Original caption: U.S. Fifth Army, Cecina Area, Italy. American soldiers of Japanese descent of the 2nd Bn., 442nd Inf. Regt., bow their heads in prayer for their departed comrades who gave their lives in combat with the enemy in the area north of Rome. The memorial services are being held at the Battalion Headquarters area near …
img Mineo Osumi, Hisaichi Terauchi, and Japanese naval officers at an Italian monument (ddr-njpa-4-1821)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Both Admirals arrived in Rome. Roman [?] alliance, September 6th. Admirals Terauchi and Osumi visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier after they got to Rome on September 6th. In the picture is Admiral Terauchi on the left side. Admiral Osumi is next to the person beside Terauchi. Route of transportation. From …
doc Newspaper clipping regarding the Marconi family (ddr-njpa-1-927)
Caption on the front: "The daughter of the inventor of wireless: Elettra Marconi, who was named for the famous yacht of her father, with her mother, the Marchesa Marconi, listening to a radio in their home in Rome."
img Gandhi visiting Rome (ddr-njpa-1-454)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "January 4, 1932. 'Holy Hero' Gandhi Visits Rome. (Rome) Rengo. It has already been reported in this company's foreign cables on the 2nd that, after meeting failure at the Anglo-Indian Round-Table Conference recently held in the British capital of London and returning home, the Indian holy hero Gandhi and the Indian National …
img Benito Mussolini at a commemorative ceremony (ddr-njpa-1-936)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Rengo Overseas Photographic News No. 679 November 17, 1931. Mussolini Attends Commemorative Ceremony for Expansion of Naples Harbor. (Rome) Rengo. Italian Prime Minister Mussolini recently attended a celebration for the expansion of Naples harbor while visiting Naples. He gave a congratulatory address and received a passionate welcome from tens of thousands of …
img Galeazzo Ciano with his children (ddr-njpa-1-62)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Count Ciano as a Father. (Rome) Domei. Even with [Italy's] entrance into the war fast approaching, Prime Minister Mussolini's advisor Count Ciano acts like a good father despite his business. (taken in Rome on May 7). [stamped] June 6, 1940."
img Galeazzo Ciano walking with his son, Fabrizio (ddr-njpa-1-58)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Count Ciano as Father. (Rome) Domei. The hard-working Foreign Minister Ciano, who has become Prime Minister Mussolini's right hand man, played the father today, accompanying his beloved son Fabrizio on his first day of school. Photograph: Foreign Minister Ciano taking his son Fabrizio to school. [stamped] November 15, 1938."
img Benito Mussolini and other military leaders (ddr-njpa-1-939)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "German-Italian Meeting in Rome. (Rome) Domei. German Foreign Minister von Ribbentrop visited Rome on September 19 and held important talks with Prime Minister Mussolini and Italian Foreign Minister Ciano regarding the strategy against Britain and the American problem. Photograph: taken at the Doge's Palace in Venice after the meeting."
img Greta Garbo and Leopold Stokowksi at the Vatican (ddr-njpa-1-494)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Garbo Accompanied. (Rome) Domei. Greta Garbo, accompanied by her beloved famous conductor Stokowski, unexpectedly appeared in this city on March 24, surprising her fans. Photograph: the couple seeing Vatican museum. As usual, Garbo hides her face from the camera. [Written] April 16, 193[...]."
img Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini riding in a car (ddr-njpa-1-663)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Overseas News May 26 1938. German-Italian Axis Grows Increasingly Strong. (Rome) Domei. Amidst the critical state of affairs in the European political world, the Berlin-Rome Axis was further strengthened by Chancellor Hitler's visit to Rome. Photograph: The two leaders headed to the grand naval review in Naples."
img Benito Mussolini at the Vatican (ddr-njpa-1-938)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Prime Minister Mussolini Visits Pope. (Rome) Rengo March 5, 1932. The Catholic Pope, a leader of not just the [...] spiritual world but the actual one as well, has been placed in precarious situation by the recent rise of nationalism and material culture. Even though its headquarters of Vatican City and the …