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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: ITALY Air Force MUSSOLINI ATTENDS ITALIAN AIR FORCE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. 30.3.36 Mussolini, with General Goamboas, the Hungarian Premier, attended the celebrations on the 13th anniversary of the foundation of the Italian Air Force, at the Littorio Airport, Rome recently. O.P.S. A squadron of bombing planes fly over head in salute as troops on the ground march past Mussollini and General Goamboas, at Littorio Airport. 39/P Keystone The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: ITALY Air Force MUSSOLINI ATTENDS ITALIAN AIR FORCE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. 30.3.36 Mussolini, with General Goamboas, the Hungarian Premier, attended the celebrations on the 13th anniversary of the foundation of the Italian Air Force, at the Littorio Airport, Rome recently. O.P.S. A squadron of bombing planes fly over head in salute as troops on the ground march past Mussollini and General Goamboas, at Littorio Airport. 39/P KeystoneMarch 30, 1936, transparent
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March 30, 1936
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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ITALY Air Force MUSSOLINI ATTENDS ITALIAN AIR FORCE ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. 30.3.36 Mussolini, with General Goamboas, the Hungarian Premier, attended the celebrations on the 13th anniversary of the foundation of the Italian Air Force, at the Littorio Airport, Rome recently. O.P.S. A squadron of bombing planes fly over head in salute as troops on the ground march past Mussollini and General Goamboas, at Littorio Airport. 39/P Keystone
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William Lyon Mackenzie King was Prime Minister
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