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Born in Canzo, Como 1857, died in Paris 1932; leading Italian socialist, writer, journalist; his companion from 1885 was Anna Kuliscioff (1854-1925), who was influential in Italian socialism in her own right; founder of the socialist journal Critica Sociale Milan 1891-1926, which he led together with Kuliscioff; Turati was instrumental in the founding of the Partito Socialista Italiano (PSI) in 1892; member of the Italian parliament from 1896; general secretary of the Partito Socialista dei Lavo...
Italo Balbo (b. June 5, 1896-d. June 28, 1940), an officer in the Italian Royal Army during World War I and a leader in the Italian Fascist movement, is perhaps best known for the Summer 1933 round-trip flight of twenty-four flying boats from Rome to Chicago, Illinois's Century of Progress fair. He served as Libya's governor-general until 1940 when his plane was shot down by friendly fire near Tobruk, Libya. From the description of Balbo, Italo, 1896-1940 (U.S. National Archives and ...