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Mussolini : the secrets of his death

Author: Luciano Garibaldi
Publisher: New York : Enigma, ©2004.
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"In this remarkably well-researched work of historical detection, Luciano Garibaldi provides a description of the more noteworthy theories surrounding Mussolini's death. He centers on some very elusive material, focusing on the forensic aspects that contradict the time and place of death in the official version. No serious investigation by the Italian government or Italian justice was ever undertaken into the  Read more...
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Garibaldi, Luciano.
Mussolini.
New York : Enigma, c2004
(OCoLC)607537101
Online version:
Garibaldi, Luciano.
Mussolini.
New York : Enigma, c2004
(OCoLC)608588465
Named Person: Benito Mussolini; Clara Petacci; Benito Mussolini
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Luciano Garibaldi
ISBN: 1929631235 9781929631230
OCLC Number: 56659105
Description: xxii, 237 p., [32] p. of plates : ill., map, ports. ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. The mystery of C. A. Biggini --
II. The disappearing papers of Baron Hidaka --
III. Mussolini and the war --
IV. The eyewitnesses tell the story --
V. The phone taps as evidence --
VI. Mussolini on Lake Lugano and Churchill on Lake Garda --
VII. The big lie : Dongo --
VIII. Plundering the gold stolen from the Jews --
IX. How the British beat the Americans --
X. Claretta Petacci and the mystery of her diaries --
XI. An executioner without proof --
XII. A victim with too much evidence --
App. I. Ten clues to the "British thread" --
App. II. Interview with Luciano Garibaldi --
App. III. A pervasive fear --
App. IV. The diaries of Claretta Petacci --
App. V. The resistance sullied.
Other Titles: Pista inglese.
Responsibility: Luciano Garibaldi ; [translated by Robert L. Miller].

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"In this remarkably well-researched work of historical detection, Luciano Garibaldi provides a description of the more noteworthy theories surrounding Mussolini's death. He centers on some very elusive material, focusing on the forensic aspects that contradict the time and place of death in the official version. No serious investigation by the Italian government or Italian justice was ever undertaken into the details of Mussolini's execution. Allied Military Government, the organization in charge of administering occupied Italy in 1945-1946, relied mostly on reports from the Italian Resistance. Apart from eyewitness accounts of the bodies hanging by the feet at the Piazzale Loreto by British and American officers, Allied forces in Italy initiated no official inquiry at the time."--BOOK JACKET.

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