National Bloc of Freedom

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National Bloc of Freedom
Blocco Nazionale della Libertà
Founded 1946 (1946)
Dissolved 1946; 71 years ago (1946)
Merged into National Monarchist Party
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Ideology Conservatism
Political position Right-wing

The National Bloc of Freedom (Blocco Nazionale della Libertà) was a short-lived Italian political coalition of monarchist parties, most of which participated to the foundation of the National Monarchist Party.[1] Its symbol was a star.

It contested the Italian elections of 1946, where it received a 3% of votes and elected 16 deputies,[2] and lost the contemporaneous referendum about between republic or monarchy.[3]


  1. ^ Membership of former Bloc deputies into republican parliaments, [1].
  2. ^ Colby, etc all; Frank Moore Colby; Allen Leon Churchill; Herbert Treadwell Wade; Frank H. Vizetelly (1947). The New international year book. University of California: Dodd, Mead and Co. p. 317. 
  3. ^ The Republic won 54% of the electorate.