FIDELITY INVESTMENT TRUST
497, 1997-01-24
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SUPPLEMENT TO FIDELITY'S TARGETED
INTERNATIONAL EQUITY FUNDS DECEMBER 30, 1996 PROSPECTUS
The following information replaces similar information found in the "How to
Buy Shares" section on page P-36:
MINIMUM INVESTMENTS 
TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT  $2,500
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA, SEP-IRA and Keogh  accounts  $500
TO ADD TO AN ACCOUNT  $250
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA, SEP-IRA and Keogh  accounts $250
Through regular investment plans* $100
MINIMUM BALANCE $2,000
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA, SEP-IRA and Keogh  accounts $500
* FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT REGULAR INVESTMENT PLANS, PLEASE REFER TO
"INVESTOR SERVICES," PAGE P-38.
These minimums may vary for investments through Fidelity Portfolio Advisory
Services. There is no minimum account balance or initial or subsequent
investment minimums for certain retirement accounts funded through salary
reduction, or accounts opened with the proceeds of distributions from such
Fidelity retirement accounts. Refer to the program materials for details.
The following information replaces similar information found in the "How to
Sell Shares" section on page P-37:
IF YOU ARE SELLING SOME BUT NOT ALL OF YOUR SHARES, leave at least $2,000
worth of shares in the account to keep it open ($500 for retirement
accounts).
The following information replaces similar information found in the
"Transaction Details" section on page P-41:
FIDELITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DEDUCT AN ANNUAL MAINTENANCE FEE of $12.00
from accounts with a value of less than $2,500 (including any amount paid
as a sales charge), subject to an annual maximum charge of $24.00 per
shareholder. It is expected that accounts will be valued on the second
Friday in November of each year. Accounts opened after September 30 will
not be subject to the fee for that year. The fee, which is payable to the
transfer agent, is designed to offset in part the relatively higher costs
of servicing smaller accounts. This fee will not be deducted from Fidelity
brokerage accounts, retirement accounts (except non-prototype retirement
accounts), accounts using regular investment plans, or if total assets in
Fidelity exceed $30,000. Eligibility for the $30,000 waiver is determined
by aggregating Fidelity accounts maintained by FSC or FBSI which are
registered under the same social security number or which list the same
social security number for the custodian of a Uniform Gifts/Transfers to
Minors Act account.
IF YOUR ACCOUNT BALANCE FALLS BELOW $2,000, you will be given 30 days'
notice to reestablish the minimum balance. If you do not increase your
balance, Fidelity reserves the right to close your account and send the
proceeds to you. Your shares will be redeemed at the NAV on the day your
account is closed.
 
SUPPLEMENT TO FIDELITY'S BROADLY DIVERSIFIED INTERNATIONAL EQUITY FUNDS
DECEMBER 30, 1996 PROSPECTUS
The following information replaces similar information found in " How to
Buy Shares" on P-22:
MINIMUM INVESTMENTS 
TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT  $2,500
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA, SEP-IRA and Keogh accounts  $500
TO ADD TO AN ACCOUNT  $250
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA, SEP-IRA and Keogh accounts $250
Through regular investment plans* $100
MINIMUM BALANCE $2,000
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA, SEP-IRA and Keogh accounts $500
*FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT REGULAR INVESTMENT PLANS, PLEASE REFER TO
"INVESTOR SERVICES," PAGE P-24.
These minimums may vary for investments through Fidelity Portfolio Advisory
Services. There is no minimum account balance or initial or subsequent
investment minimums for certain retirement accounts funded through salary
reduction, or accounts opened with the proceeds of distributions from such
Fidelity retirement accounts. Refer to the program materials for details.
The following information replaces similar information found in "How to
Sell Shares" on P-23:
IF YOU ARE SELLING SOME BUT NOT ALL OF YOUR SHARES, leave at least $2,000
worth of shares in the account to keep it open ($500 for retirement
accounts). 
The following information replaces similar information found in
"Transaction Details" beginning on P-26:
FIDELITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DEDUCT AN ANNUAL MAINTENANCE FEE of $12.00
from accounts with a value of less than $2,500, subject to an annual
maximum charge of $24.00 per shareholder. It is expected that accounts will
be valued on the second Friday in November of each year. Accounts opened
after September 30 will not be subject to the fee for that year. The fee,
which is payable to the transfer agent, is designed to offset in part the
relatively higher costs of servicing smaller accounts. This fee will not be
deducted from Fidelity brokerage accounts, retirement accounts (except
non-prototype retirement accounts), accounts using regular investment
plans, or if total assets in Fidelity exceed $30,000. Eligibility for the
$30,000 waiver is determined by aggregating Fidelity accounts maintained by
FSC or FBSI which are registered under the same social security number or
which list the same social security number for the custodian of a Uniform
Gifts/Transfers to Minors Act account.
IF YOUR ACCOUNT BALANCE FALLS BELOW $2,000, you will be given 30 days'
notice to reestablish the minimum balance. If you do not increase your
balance, Fidelity reserves the right to close your account and send the
proceeds to you. Your shares will be redeemed at the NAV on the day your
account is closed. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SUPPLEMENT TO FIDELITY'S INTERNATIONAL BOND FUNDS FEBRUARY 26, 1996 AS
REVISED JULY 16, 1996 PROSPECTUS
The following information supplements the section entitled "Securities and
Investment Practices" beginning on page 13:
CASH MANAGEMENT. A fund may invest in money market securities, in
repurchase agreements, and in a money market fund available only to funds
and accounts managed by FMR or its affiliates, whose goal is to seek a high
level of current income while maintaining a stable $1.00 share price. A
major change in interest rates or a default on the money market fund's
investments could cause its share price to change.
The following information replaces similar information found in "How to Buy
Shares" on page 22:
MINIMUM INVESTMENTS 
TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT  $2,500
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA,
SEP-IRA and Keogh accounts  $500
TO ADD TO AN ACCOUNT  $250
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA,
SEP-IRA and Keogh accounts $250
Through regular investment plans*   $100
MINIMUM BALANCE $2,000
For Fidelity IRA, Rollover IRA,
SEP-IRA and Keogh accounts  $500
* FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT REGULAR INVESTMENT PLANS, PLEASE REFER TO
"INVESTOR SERVICES" PAGE 26. 
These minimums may vary for investments through Fidelity Portfolio Advisory
Services. There is no minimum account balance or initial or subsequent
investment minimums for certain retirement accounts funded through salary
reduction, or accounts opened with the proceeds of distributions from such
Fidelity retirement accounts. Refer to the program materials for details.
The following information replaces similar information found in "How to
Sell Shares" on page 24:
IF YOU ARE SELLING SOME BUT NOT ALL OF YOUR SHARES, leave at least $2,000
worth of shares in the account to keep it open ($500 for retirement
accounts). 
The following information replaces similar information found in
"Transaction Details" on page 30:
FIDELITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DEDUCT AN ANNUAL MAINTENANCE FEE of $12.00
from accounts with a value of less than $2,500, subject to an annual
maximum charge of $24.00 per shareholder. It is expected that accounts will
be valued on the second Friday in November of each year. Accounts opened
after September 30 will not be subject to the fee for that year. The fee,
which is payable to the transfer agent, is designed to offset in part the
relatively higher costs of servicing smaller accounts. This fee will not be
deducted from Fidelity brokerage accounts, retirement accounts (except
non-prototype retirement accounts), accounts using regular investment
plans, or if total assets in Fidelity exceed $30,000. Eligibility for the
$30,000 waiver is determined by aggregating Fidelity accounts maintained by
FSC or FBSI which are registered under the same social security number or
which list the same social security number for the custodian of a Uniform
Gifts/Transfers to Minors Act account.
IF YOUR ACCOUNT BALANCE FALLS BELOW $2,000, you will be given 30 days'
notice to reestablish the minimum balance. If you do not increase your
balance, Fidelity reserves the right to close your account and send the
proceeds to you. Your shares will be redeemed at the NAV on the day your
account is closed. 
 
SUPPLEMENT TO FIDELITY'S INTERNATIONAL BOND FUNDS FEBRUARY 26, 1996 AS
REVISED JULY 16, 1996 STATEMENT OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The following information replaces similar information found in the
"Investment Policies and Limitations" section for each fund:
(i) In order to qualify as a "regulated investment company" under
Subchapter M of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the fund
currently intends to comply with certain diversification limits imposed by
Subchapter M.
(viii) The fund does not currently intend to (a) purchase securities of
other investment companies, except in the open market where no commission
except the ordinary broker's commission is paid, or (b) purchase or retain
securities issued by other open-end investment companies.  Limitations (a)
and (b) do not apply (i) to securities received as dividends, through
offers of exchange, or as a result of a reorganization, consolidation, or
merger, or (ii) to securities of other open-end investment companies
managed by FMR or a successor or affiliate purchased pursuant to an
exemptive order granted by the SEC.
For purposes of limitation (i), Subchapter M generally requires the fund to
invest no more than 25% of its total assets in securities of any one issuer
and to invest at least 50% of its total assets so that no more than 5% of
the fund's total assets are invested in securities of any one issuer. 
However, Subchapter M allows unlimited investments in cash, cash items,
government securities (as defined in Subchapter M) and securities of other
investment companies.  These tax requirements are generally applied at the
end of each quarter of the fund's taxable year.
 

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