Monthly Archives: September 2012

  1. Personal Account of Fascist’s Crimes (Scotsman, 9th Sept ’12)

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    September 25, 2012 by neverforgetcampaign

    Scotsman, 9th Sept ’12 GIVE General Rodolfo Graziani’s appalling record in Ethiopia in the 1930s, Gaia Pianigiani’s report (International, 2 …
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  2. A small Italian town has built a mausoleum and a memorial park honouring a ruthless fascist commander serving under Benito Mussolini and later convicted of war crimes. (Euractiv, 20th Aug ’12)

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    September 13, 2012 by neverforgetcampaign

    Grazianis Mausoleum

    Euractiv, 20th Aug ’12 Field marshal Rodolfo Graziani, the notorious military commander in colonial wars in Ethiopia and Libya where he carried …
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  3. Memorial to Field Marshal Rodolfo Graziani sparks new controversy in Italy (Italy Defence, 15th Aug ’12)

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    September 13, 2012 by neverforgetcampaign

    Italy Defence, 15th Aug ’12: The construction of a mausoleum and memorial park, dedicated to Field Marshal Rodolfo Graziani, has …
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  4. Condemnation of Italian memorial to war criminal responsible for the genocide of one million Ethiopians (The Sheba Post 19th Sep ’12)

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    September 13, 2012 by neverforgetcampaign

    The Sheba Post, 19th Sep ’12: The Global Alliance for Justice: The Ethiopian Cause condemns in the strongest terms the …
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  5. Village’s Tribute Reignites a Debate About Italy’s Fascist Past (The New York Times, 28th Aug ’12)

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    September 13, 2012 by neverforgetcampaign

    The New York Times, 28th Aug ’12: Mayor Ettore Viri of Affile donated the bust of Rodolfo Graziani, a Mussolini …
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  6. Mayor defends monument to fascist leader convicted of war crimes (The Telegraph, 2nd Sep ’12)

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    September 13, 2012 by neverforgetcampaign

    The Telegraph, 2nd Sep ’12: An Italian Fascist leader convicted of using poisonous gas against enemy soldiers in Africa was …
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  7. An Italian town has sparked controversy after dedicating a memorial to a wartime Fascist commander who was convicted of using poison gas. (The Telegraph, 15th Aug ’12)

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    September 13, 2012 by neverforgetcampaign

    The Telegraph, 15th Aug ’12: Field Marshall Rodolfo Graziani set up concentration camps where thousands died from illness or were …
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