Italian Anti-Bolshevik Front

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Italian Anti-Bolshevik Front
Fronte Antibolscevico Italiano
Leader Franz Navarra Viggiani
Headquarters Via Dell'orologio, Palermo[1]
Ideology Fascism
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The Italian Anti-Bolshevik Front (Italian: Fronte Antibolscevico Italiano, abbreviated FAI) was a political organization Sicily, one of several fascist groups that surged in Italy in the years following the end of the Second World War.[2][3][4] The organization was led by Franz Navarra Viggiani.[5] The organization contested the 1948 parliamentary election in the Palermo-Trapani-Agrigento-Caltanissetta constituency. It obtained 2,756 votes (0.26% of the votes in the constituency).[6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Casarrubea, Giuseppe. Fra' diavolo e il governo nero: doppio Stato e stragi nella Sicilia del dopoguerra. Milano: F. Angeli, 1998. p. 90
  2. ^ Colarizi, Simona. La seconda guerra mondiale e la Repubblica. Torino: UTET, 1984. p. 612
  3. ^ Lonardo, Luigi, and Carlo Benfatti. Mezzo secolo di storia mantovana: 1945 - 1995. Milano: Angeli, 1998. p. 153
  4. ^ Casarrubea, Giuseppe. Storia segreta della Sicilia: dallo sbarco alleato a Portella della Ginestra. Milano: Tascabili Bompiani, 2005.
  5. ^ Ungari, Andrea. In nome del re: i monarchici italiani dal 1943 al 1948. Firenze: Le Lettere, 2004. p. 248
  6. ^ Italian Ministry of Interior. Camera 18/04/1948 | Area ITALIA
  7. ^ Italian Ministry of Interior. Camera 18/04/1948 | Area ITALIA | Circoscrizione Palermo-Trapani-Agrigento-Caltanissetta