Garibaldi Battalion

The Garibaldi Battalion (Garibaldi Brigade after April 1937) was a group of mostly Italian volunteers that fought in the Spanish Civil War from October 1936 to 1938. It was named after Giuseppe Garibaldi, an Italian military and political figure and was one of the battalions of the International Brigades who participated in the defense of the Spanish Second Republic.

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Battle Of Guadalajara - Italian Offensive - March 10
... forces received new reinforcements XII International Brigade (two battalions Jarosław Dabrowski Battalion and Giuseppe Garibaldi Battalion), three batteries ... At Torija, they met the Italian Garibaldi Battalion ... During the skirmish the Italians from the Garibaldi Battalion took the opportunity to encourage the Fascist soldiers to join the Republicans ...
Garibaldi Battalion - Bibliography
... Luigi Arbizzani, P ... Mondini Garibaldini in Spagna e nella Resistenza bolognese, Quaderni de "La Lotta", 1966 Sandro Attanasio, Gli italiani e la guerra di Spagna, Mursia Giacomo Calandrone, La Spagna brucia cronache garibaldine, Roma, Editori Riuniti Giulia Canali, L'antifascismo italiano e la guerra civile spagnola, Manni Aldo Garosci, Gli intellettuali e la guerra di Spagna, Milano, Einaudi, 1959 Aldo Garosci, Umberto Marzocchi, Carlo Rosselli, Giustizia e libertà nella lotta antifascista e nella storia d'Italia, La Nuova Italia, 1978 Luigi Longo, Le brigate internazionali in Spagna, Roma, Editori Riuniti, 1956 Randolfo Pacciardi, Il battaglione Garibaldi, Lugano 1938 ...
International Brigades - Notable Associated People
... Lee Luigi Longo - 1936 political commissar of Garibaldi Battalion, and 1937–38 of all International Brigades Petro Marko - Albanian novelist (Hasta la Vista) André Marty ... activist Randolfo Pacciardi - 1936–37 commander of the Garibaldi Battalion Ezekias Papaioannou - later general secretary of AKEL Koča Popović - Yugoslav Surrealist, Partisan Commander, General of the JNA, and Vice-Pr ... László Rajk -political commissar of the Rakosi Battalion became Hungarian foreign secretary, was accused of espionage, and shot after a show trial in Hungary in 1949 ...