Italian Fascism - Italian Fascist Intellectuals

Italian Fascist Intellectuals

  • Massimo Bontempelli
  • Giuseppe Bottai
  • Enrico Corradini
  • Carlo Costamagna
  • Enrico Ferri
  • Giovanni Gentile
  • Agostino Lanzillo
  • Curzio Malaparte
  • Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
  • Robert Michels
  • Angelo Oliviero Olivetti
  • Sergio Panunzio
  • Giovanni Papini
  • Camillo Pellizi
  • Luigi Pirandello
  • Giuseppe Prezzolini
  • Berto Ricci
  • Alfredo Rocco
  • Margherita Sarfatti
  • Ardengo Soffici
  • Ugo Spirito
  • Giuseppe Ungaretti
  • Gioacchino Volpe

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