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14 Sep 1943

  • Ugo Cavallero, the Commander-in-Chief of the Italian Supreme Command, was found dead by a gunshot in the garden of a hotel in Frascati, Lazio, Italy. It was never discovered whether he committed suicide or was assassinated by the Germans. ww2dbase [Ugo Cavallero | Frascati, Lazio | CPC, AC]
23 Aug 1978


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