Pietro Acciarito

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Pietro Umberto Acciarito (1871 – 1943) was an Italian anarchist.

Born in Artena, Acciarito was an ironsmith by trade and lived near Rome. He formed an ironsmith business called "Fratelli Acciarito". He was an atheist.[1]

He is mainly known for his attempt to stab Umberto I, king of Italy on 22 April 1897, for which he was sent to prison for life.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Vizetelly, Ernest Alfred (1911). The Anarchists, Their Faith and Their Record. John Lane. 

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