|First issue||January 1922|
Gerarchia (Italian: Hierarchy) was a monthly fascist magazine/journal published in Italy between 1922 and 1943.
History and profile
It published monthly reviews. Mussolini was listed on the magazine's masthead as its editor-in-chief. However, the magazine's actual editor, from its founding, was Margherita Sarfatti. Her name did not appear on the magazine until its February 1925 edition, where she was listed simply as "direttore responsabile" (i.e. the personal legally responsible for the magazine).
The magazine ceased publication in 1943.
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