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Published on May 26, 2014

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Pope Pius XII addresses a large crowd after the liberation of Rome from German control during World War II.

Liberation of Rome from German control during World War II. United States, British and Italian flags flutter in wind on a building in Rome, Italy. United States Army General Mark Wayne Clark, Major General Alfred Maximilian Gruenther, General Lucian King Truscott and Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keys and French Army General Alphonse Pierre Juin. A military band plays during the welcoming ceremony of American troops. A large crowd of civilians gathered to cheer the troops. Buildings on either side of a street. A bell rings at Saint Peter's Basilica. Pope Pius XII addresses a large crowd in the Vatican City. Location: Rome Italy. Date: 1944.

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