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278 items in this album on 14 pages.

Tosi Shipyard at Taranto, Italy, 1915Benito Mussolini, General Diaz, Admiral de Reval, and other Italian leaders at the Tomb of the Milite Ignoto (Unknown Soldier), Rome, Italy, 1922
Tosi Shipyard at Taranto, Italy, 1915Benito Mussolini, General Diaz, Admiral de Reval, and other Italian leaders at the Tomb of the Milite Ignoto (Unknown Soldier), Rome, Italy, 1922
Benito Mussolini and his family at Levanto, Italy, 1923Benito Mussolini signing a treaty with Soviet representatives at the Palazzo Chigi, Rome, Italy, 7 Feb 1924
Benito Mussolini and his family at Levanto, Italy, 1923Benito Mussolini signing a treaty with Soviet representatives at the Palazzo Chigi, Rome, Italy, 7 Feb 1924
Benito Mussolini attending the inauguration ceremony of the new rail station at Busto Arsizio, Italy, 25 Oct 1924Benito Mussolini and his daughter Edda at Cattolica, Italy, 1925
Benito Mussolini attending the inauguration ceremony of the new rail station at Busto Arsizio, Italy, 25 Oct 1924Benito Mussolini and his daughter Edda at Cattolica, Italy, 1925
Filippo Cremonesi, Benito Mussolini, and Raffaele De Vico at the inauguration of Piazza Mazzini fountain and garden, Rome, Italy, 1930Benito Mussolini at the Piazza del Duomo in Milan, Italy, May 1930
Filippo Cremonesi, Benito Mussolini, and Raffaele De Vico at the inauguration of Piazza Mazzini fountain and garden, Rome, Italy, 1930Benito Mussolini at the Piazza del Duomo in Milan, Italy, May 1930
Benito Mussolini speaking at the Piazza del Duomo in Milan, Italy, May 1930Northampton-class cruiser USS Chester in Naples harbor, Italy during her shakedown cruise, 1930.
Benito Mussolini speaking at the Piazza del Duomo in Milan, Italy, May 1930Northampton-class cruiser USS Chester in Naples harbor, Italy during her shakedown cruise, 1930.
Heinrich Brüning, Benito Mussolini, and Luca Orsini Baroni at Villa dBenito Mussolini speaking before Italian youth on the western side of the Colosseum, Rome, Italy, Sep 1931
Heinrich Brüning, Benito Mussolini, and Luca Orsini Baroni at Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy, Aug 1931Benito Mussolini speaking before Italian youth on the western side of the Colosseum, Rome, Italy, Sep 1931
Benito Mussolini and his son Romano at Riccione, Italy, 1932Benito Mussolini in an Alfa Romeo race car with Decimo Compagnoni, Enzo Ferrari, Prospero Gianferrari, Tazio Nuvolari, Achille Varzi, and Rudolf Caracciola at Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy, circa early 1930s
Benito Mussolini and his son Romano at Riccione, Italy, 1932Benito Mussolini in an Alfa Romeo race car with Decimo Compagnoni, Enzo Ferrari, Prospero Gianferrari, Tazio Nuvolari, Achille Varzi, and Rudolf Caracciola at Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy, circa early 1930s
Benito Mussolini on the beach at Riccione, Italy, 1932Benito Mussolini rowing a boat with lifeguard Pasquale Corazza and his son Romano Mussolini, Riccione, Italy, 1932
Benito Mussolini on the beach at Riccione, Italy, 1932Benito Mussolini rowing a boat with lifeguard Pasquale Corazza and his son Romano Mussolini, Riccione, Italy, 1932
Benito Mussolini and family aboard a yacht at Riccione, Italy, 1933Benito Mussolini reviewing a military parade at the Stadio dei Marmi, Rome, Italy, 1932-1939
Benito Mussolini and family aboard a yacht at Riccione, Italy, 1933Benito Mussolini reviewing a military parade at the Stadio dei Marmi, Rome, Italy, 1932-1939
Benito Mussolini at the Grand Hotel Riccione, Riccione, Italy, 1935Benito Mussolini at the inauguration of Cinecittà film studio, Rome, Italy, 1937
Benito Mussolini at the Grand Hotel Riccione, Riccione, Italy, 1935Benito Mussolini at the inauguration of Cinecittà film studio, Rome, Italy, 1937

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