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Tea with Mussolini (1999) Poster

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Anachronisms 

Elsa is referred to as "a Jew". Until long after World War II, a female Jew in Europe was referred to as "a Jewess".

Factual errors 

The tanks the Germans ride in are, in fact, U.S. Army M4 Shermans, not German-built Panzers.
The breaking news radio announcement reporting the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor also included information about President Roosevelt's speech the next day and the subsequent US declaration of war against Germany, Japan, and Italy. In effect it was a summary of two days' events and wouldn't be a breaking news announcement.
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Revealing mistakes 

The ladies protect the frescoes by building a wall around them using sandbags. But the bags are obviously filled with something light and fluffy, such as kapok or cotton.

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