World War 2
“Render unto the Lord-Military operations halt, as a chaplain officiates at a field mass, during the Italian advance on Makale, 11/19/35” (author’s collection).
Italian Chaplain in Italian Eritrea in 1936.
WW2 Italian army Father Intreccialagli-chaplain of the Legione Tagliamento, a unit of the Fascist R.S.I.
A Yugoslav partisan, who is going to be executed for sabotage, kisses the cross of a “Black Shirts” chaplain after last confession.
“ITALIAN PRISONERS ATTEND CATHOLIC SERVICE AT U.S. CAMP. Italian prisoners of war, attending Catholic services, receive Holy Communion from the Rev. Roderick MacEachen, their chaplain, at a camp in the Southeastern U.S. Eight hundred prisoners asked for a Te Deum Mass to express their gratitude for good treatment they received at the camp.”