A thriving downtown Biloxi in the 1950s is pictured in a documentary that compares social change in the city to that of Nazi Germany. The city is seeking identifications of people and places in the film, made by the U.S. Army.
A thriving downtown Biloxi in the 1950s is pictured in a documentary that compares social change in the city to that of Nazi Germany. The city is seeking identifications of people and places in the film, made by the U.S. Army. King Rose Archives King Rose Archives
A thriving downtown Biloxi in the 1950s is pictured in a documentary that compares social change in the city to that of Nazi Germany. The city is seeking identifications of people and places in the film, made by the U.S. Army. King Rose Archives King Rose Archives

Help needed to ID people, places in 1950 Biloxi documentary

March 15, 2017 4:41 PM

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