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  1. The 1919 United States anarchist bombings were a series of bombings and attempted bombings carried out by followers of the Italian anarchist Luigi Galleani from April through June 1919. These bombings were one of the major factors contributing to the Red Scare of 1919–1920 .

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  3. 1919 United States anarchist bombings - Wikipedia

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    The 1919 United States anarchist bombings were a series of bombings and attempted bombings carried out by followers of the Italian anarchist Luigi Galleani from April through June 1919. These bombings were one of the major factors contributing to the Red Scare of 1919–1920 .

  4. Errico Malatesta - Wikipedia

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    Errico Malatesta (4 December 1853 – 22 July 1932) was an Italian anarchist propagandist and revolutionary socialist.He edited several radical newspapers and spent much of his life exiled and imprisoned, having been jailed and expelled from Italy, England, France, and Switzerland.

  5. History of the socialist movement in the United States

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    Abern; Andrews; Avrich; Balagroon; Barnes; Bellamy (Edward) Bellamy (Francis) Berger; Berkman; Bookchin; Brisbane; Brooks; Browder; Cabet; Cannon; Carmichael; Chomsky ...

  6. Browse By Language: Italian | Project Gutenberg

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    Galleani Napione, Gian Francesco, 1748-1830. Annali d'Italia, vol. 1 dal principio dell'era volgare sino all'anno 1750 (Italian) (as Commentator) Galvani, Giovanni, conte, 1806-1873. La sesta crociata ovvero l'istoria della santa vita e delle grandi cavallerie di re Luigi IX di Francia (Italian) (as Translator) Gamba, Giuseppe, 1868-1954

  7. Socialist Rifle Association - Wikipedia

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    Socialist Rifle Association; Founded: 2013; 9 years ago (): Focus: Self-defense education; Firearm safety; Mutual aid; Disaster relief

  8. Galleanisti - Wikipedia

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    The Galleanisti were a group of Italian anarchists and radicals in the United States who followed Luigi Galleani and his message of "heroic" violence in the face of capitalist "oppression". Galleani was a figurehead in the Italian anarchist movement who, following the violence of the 1913 Paterson silk strike , turned from promoting a general ...

  9. Dead Kennedys — Wikipédia

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    Contents move to sidebar hide Début 1 Biographie Afficher / masquer la sous-section Biographie 1.1 Débuts (1978–1979) 1.2 Premiers albums (1980–1985) 1.3 Retour (depuis 2001) 2 Membres Afficher / masquer la sous-section Membres 2.1 Membres actuels 2.2 Anciens membres 2.3 Chronologie 3 Discographie Afficher / masquer la sous-section Discographie 3.1 Albums studio 3.2 EP 3.3 Compilations 3 ...

  10. Genoa Cricket and Football Club — Wikipédia

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    Contents move to sidebar hide Début 1 Histoire du club Afficher / masquer la sous-section Histoire du club 1.1 Débuts du club et premiers succès 1.2 Perte de régime 1.3 La relégation administrative 1.4 Retour en Serie A 2 Palmarès 3 Identité du club Afficher / masquer la sous-section Identité du club 3.1 Stade 3.2 Changements de nom 3.3 Logos 3.4 Supporters 4 Joueurs et personnalités ...

  11. Centro storico di Torino - Wikipedia

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    Oggi Palazzo Madama, costruito sui resti dell'antica porta romana, indica storicamente l'esatto centro della città di Torino. Il concetto di un "centro di Torino" (come quartiere) è relativamente recente: fino all'inizio del XX secolo, il "Centro" era appunto suddiviso in borghi o contrade, normalmente associate alle funzioni commerciali o collegate alle parrocchie di competenza: ad esempio ...

  12. Sindaci di Torino - Wikipedia

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    1829: Luigi Nomis di Cossilla - Luigi Ricciolio; 1830-1831: Giuseppe Provana di Collegno - Gerolamo Cravosio; 1832: Enrico Seyssel d'Aix - Ignazio Michelotti; 1833-1834: Michele Benso di Cavour - Giuseppe Villa; 1835: Carlo Pallio di Rinco - Luca Martin di San Martino; 1836: Luigi Mola di Larissé - Ignazio Pansoya