Carlo Gambuzzi

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Carlo Gambuzzi (26 August, 1837 – 30 April, 1902) was an Italian anarchist.

Carlo Gambuzzi was born in Naples the son of Pasquale and Maria Carolina Landolfi.

He graduated as a lawyer in 1858. He was alongside Garibaldi at the Battle of Aspromonte in 1862, and was lovers with Antonia Kwiatkowska, wife of Mikhail Bakunin.

He made a graveside speech in remembrance of his friend and comrade Giuseppe Fanelli in Naples on 6 January 1877.[1]