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  • Tags: 1941-1950

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See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of the radical newspapers in Italian in the Italian…

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See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of the radical newspapers in Italian in the Italian…

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See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of the radical newspapers in Italian in the Italian…

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Aldo (Aldino) Felicani, a typographer and anarchist who started newspapers in Cleveland and elsewhere in the U.S. and who was intimately involved in trying to save Sacco and Vanzetti (he was the treasurer of the Sacco and Vanzetti Defense Committee…

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See the lengthy history of this work in the description of the 1927 Edizione Libertarie edition published in Italian in New York in order to understand where this edition fits into that history.Borghi's work was only published in Italy (of course, in…

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See a complete description of this work in the entry for the 1914 edition. We can date this edition approximately at 1944 because the last date in American history in the last section of the work is dated then in the present: translated, it reads,…

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See a complete description of this work in that of the 1914 edition. We can date this edition approximately at 1944 because the last date in American history in the last section of the work is dated then in the present: translated, it reads, "The…

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See entries for the 1911 [1912] editions of this work, when a copy cost $1.25.This 1949 edition cost $2.25, a fairly modest increase given the passage of 38 years.Note that the publisher was no longer Nicoletti Bros. My guess is that when Nicoletti…

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This 16-page pamphlet is a republication of a  magazine article, that is, "Ripubblicato, in seguito a speciale autorizzazione, dal numero di gennaio 1949 de FOREIGN AFFAIRS, rivista americana trimestrale, 58 East 68th Street, New York [Republished,…

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The front cover provides some bibliographic information in Italian, translated here as: “Printed exclusively for the newspaper L’Italia 1500 Stockton Street, San Francisco, Cal.” This information is not on the title page.This is the rare publication…

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Born in Palermo, Pietro Varvaro (active 1910-1950s) lived in New York in relative obscurity for the latter part of his life, visited often by Italian friends from what remained of the Sicilian nobility, such as the Prince of Niscemi. He was also…

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Vacirca’s anti-fascist biography of Mussolini covers the period from his growing up in poverty to his rise to “Il Duce” in 1925 and emperor in 1936. The bright pictorial cover (artist unknown) is illustrated with a graphic drawing of a red-eyed…

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See the description of Peccato e luce of Tusiani for his biography.

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Giuseppe (later, Joseph) Tusiani (b. San Marco in Lamis (Puglia) 1924 - d. New York 2020) was a poet who composed in four languages -  Italian, Gargano dialect, Latin and English - an academic teacher of Italian literature, and a translator.…

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Trombetta (b. Aquila, 1885 - d. New York, ca. 1950s) was a freelance journalist who immigrated to the U.S. in 1903, became an American citizenship, and then lost it. He began his journalistic career at the L’Italia Nostra (Our Italy), a weekly…

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The cover of this pamphlet (as well as the English language version, in English) notes “Con prefazioni di Arturo Giovannitti e John Dos Passos.” In the earlier (1945) English language version, also in the collection, the goal is stated: to incite…

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This collection of poetry is dedicated to those who have gone through the same struggles that Damiani had suffered.For a brief biography of Damiani, see entry for his La bottega. After the deaths of Galleani and Malatesta, the fascist regime in Italy…

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Taddei published many works in the U.S. during the fascist era, when it would have been impossible to do so in Italy. Once the war was over, as is the case at the time of publication of this work, Taddei published in his native Italy.Ezio Taddei (b.…

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Taddei published many works in the U.S. during the fascist era, when it would have been impossible to do so in Italy. Once the war was over, as is the case at the time of publication of this work, Taddei published in his native Italy.Ezio Taddei (b.…

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Ezio Taddei (b. Livorno, 1895; d. Rome, 1956) was involved in Italian politics at an early age: at thirteen he was arrested for involvement in a demonstration connected with a nurses’ strike in a Roman hospital. When released from prison, he found…

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Ezio Taddei (b. Livorno, 1895 - d. Rome, 1956) was involved in Italian politics at an early age: at thirteen he was arrested for involvement in a demonstration connected with a nurses’ strike in a Roman hospital. When released from prison, he found…

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While published in Newark, this work was printed in France at the "Imprimerie Commerciale de la Tribune Républicaine, Saint-Étienne".For a fuller bio of Max Sartin, see the description in La guerra che viene.

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Inscribed in 1951 on the verso of the title page by Ruotolo "al caro amico Hugo Rolland...[to {my} dear friend Hugo Rolland . . . " This is copy no. 110 of this "edizione limitata di 500 copie numerate [edition limitated to 500 numbered…

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No. 103 of 500 numbered copies.For a biography of Ruotolo, see the description in Geremiade al Bambino Gesù.

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No. 474 of 500 numbered copies.For Ruotolo's biography, see the description in Geremiade al Bambino Gesù.
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