Figli d'Italia

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Figli d'Italia ("Children of Italy") was a monthly magazine in Italy under Benito Mussolini's Fascist state. It featured propaganda advertisements aimed at showing Fascist Italy's effort to help needy mothers and children.[1] The paper was founded in July 1934 and ran through September of that same year.

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