Matteotti

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Amerigo Dumini - Biography
... Shortly thereafter, on June 24, he headed the group that carried out the killing of Giacomo Matteotti, possibly on the orders of Cesare Rossi, to whom he was assistant at the time ... his entitlement with the words "I am here in order to wash Matteotti's blood off my hands" ... Meanwhile, he warned General Emilio De Bono that he had filed a manuscript detailing Matteotti's murder with notaries in Texas ...
Giacomo Matteotti - Matteotti's Son
... Matteotti's son, Matteo Matteotti, became a Social Democratic parliamentary deputy after World War II, serving as Italy's minister of tourism in 1970-72 and minister of foreign trade from 1972–1974 ...
Matteotti Battalion
... The Matteotti Battalion or "Centuria Giustizia e Libertà" or Italian Column was an Italian radical and anarchist exile group which fought with the Spanish ... The group was named after Giacomo Matteotti, an Italian socialist leader, killed by Benito Mussolini's Fascists in 1924 ...
Giovanni Amendola
... on 27 December 1924, during the height of the Matteotti Crisis, in one of his newspapers ... Prime Minister Mussolini in the murder of Giacomo Matteotti (leader of the Socialist PSU party) on the 10 June 1924, as well as declaring that he (Mussolini) was behind the reign of ... activism, Amendola was, together with the United Socialist Party deputy Giacomo Matteotti and the popular priest don Giovanni Minzoni, one of the régime's earliest victims he died at Cannes in agony from ...
Giacomo Matteotti - Mussolini's Alleged Involvement
... Gentile thought that Mussolini did not want the death of Matteotti ... he joined Italian Social Republic, he affirmed that Mussolini showed him Matteotti Case's papers, and eventually he changed his mind ... defender of Mussolini's innocence in Matteotti's murder, and suggested that the socialist was killed by a plot, in order both to damage Mussolini's attempt to raise a leftist government (with ...