Settimio Piacentini

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Settimio Piacentini (6 January 1859 - 2 November 1921) was an Italian General of the Kingdom of Italy who actively participated in the World War I, especially in the Sixth[1] and Seventh Battle of the Isonzo.[2]

In 1916 he commanded the XVI Italian Army Corps in Albania until May 1916 when he was called back to Italy to command the I Italian Army Corps on the Alpine Front.
By mid 1918, he returned to Albania to become the General Commander (along with Enrico Gotti) of the Italian forces in Vlora, Albania, between 1918–20. He participated in the Battle of Vlora.

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  1. ^ John R. Schindler Isonzo: the forgotten sacrifice of the Great War page 154 [1]
  2. ^ John R. Schindler Isonzo: the forgotten sacrifice of the Great War page 178 [2]

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