Italia - 9 postales militares de 1917-1941

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Italia - 9 postales militares de 1917-1941
Original - cartulina - En buen estado

- Postcard issued by the Tripoli “Federazione dei Fasci di Combattimento”, mailed by P.M. 13 on 29 September 1941 to the OND of Crespi d’Adda (Bergamo). The front shows the goddess Victory on the flags of the two allies, the Italian and the German flags. Removed stamp.
- postcard issued by the Historical Museum of the “Brigata Granadieri” in memory of gold medal recipient Alfonso Samoggia, brigadier dispatch rider fallen in Cesuna (Asiago Plateau) on June 3, 1916. The front shows the heroic gesture, from an illustration by Vittorio Pisani (La Divina Bugia). On the back, the motivation of the decoration. Printed by Rag. F. Duval, Milan-based publisher. Slight age-related spots
- postcard issued by Edizioni Aer. Caproni in memory of the war acts of "La Disperata", the 15th air squadron commanded by Galeazzo Ciano in the Ethiopian War. Among others, Alessandro Pavolini was a member of the squadron. The front shows a scene of the bombing of “enemy units in Tembien" from a sketch by F. Rebagliati. The back features the motto "Senza cozzar dirocco", coined in 1917 by Gabriele D'Annunzio for Gianni Caproni. This motto stands for air attacks, which do not occur frontally (cozzar) like armies, but from above (dirocco). Uncirculated. Reserved rights Bodoniana di Milano.
- postcard issued by Edizioni Aer. Caproni in memory of air warfare acts in the Ethiopian War. The front shows a scene of the "destruction of enemy planes in the plain of Ciolle Amadir" from a sketch by F. Rebagliati. The back features the motto "Senza cozzar dirocco", coined in 1917 by Gabriele D'Annunzio for Gianni Caproni. This motto stands for air attacks, which do not occur frontally (cozzar) like armies, but from above (dirocco). Uncirculated. Reserved rights Bodoniana di Milano.
- postcard issued in memory of Cesare Battisti, hanged in Trento in the Buonconsiglio Castle on 12 July 1916. Ed. Fot. Sergio Perdomi of Trento. Uncirculated.
- postcard issued for the event “Littoiali dell’Arte”, held in Rome in April-May A.XIII. The front, from an illustration by G. Trovarelli (GUF Florence), shows a moment of the funeral of Giovanni Berta. Ediz. d'Arte Roma Boeri. On the back, on the top left, is the symbol of the event. Uncirculated.
- postcard issued in memory of the entry of the troops into Trento on 3 November 1918. It also features the text "parade of the liberators in front of the Dante monument" and "the surrender of the Austrian officers at the Trento hotel". Ed. Sergio Perdomi of Trento. Uncirculated.
- postcard issued in memory of the 20th Anniversary of the Peschiera Conference (November 8, 1917- November 8, 1937 XVI year of the fascist era). On the front, in colour, are the participants of the Conference: Orlando, Sonnino, Wilson, Bissolati, Foch, Lloyd George, Fraklin-Bouillon, Robertson, Smutz and Alfieri. On the back is a phrase taken from Mussolini's speech given on June 6, 1925 (left), while on the right is the preprinted address of the recipient: S.M. Vittorio Emanuele III. This postcard is proprietary of the Associazioni Nazionali Famiglie Caduti in Guerra, Mutilati, Combattenti. Uncirculated.
- postcard issued in memory of a meeting between Mussolini and Italian women. On the back, on the top left, is quote by Mussolini to commemorate the value of the meeting. Printed by Vecchioni Guadagno of Rome. Uncirculated.

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Tipo
9 postales militares de 1917-1941
País de origen
Italia
Material
cartulina
Original / réplica
Original
Estado
En buen estado
Viene con certificado de autenticidad
No
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