Pietro Badoglio (born the September 28th 1871 with Grazzano Monferrato, in the Piedmont - died on November 1st 1956 with Grazzano Badoglio) was a soldier and Italian politician of first half of the 20th century. Marshal Italy N, it ordered the Italian army in the Guerre of Ethiopia, and became President of the Council of the Italy after the fall of Mussolini in 1943.
A large Italian marshal in Ethiopia (before 1940)It succeeded Emilio De Bono. It thus took the direction of the operations (with, inter alia, of the chemical attacks but which will never be worth to him to be judged after the war) and launches “dazzling the” offensive ones against Addis-Abeba, where it entered the May 5th 1936.
Two years later, conscious of the military and economic unpreparedness of Italy for the threshold of the war, he is opposed to any intervention, but does not resign of its station. For the same reasons, he is opposed to the attack against Greece and, after the failure of the countryside, he is sacrificed to the dissatisfaction with the fascistic mediums, he will cease any political activity end December 1940.
Chief of the Italian government in 1943-1944He became president of the Council in 1943 after the fall of Mussolini and concludes the armistice with the Allies. In spring 1944, Palmiro Togliatti returns of the USSR and is declared laid out to collaborate with monarchy: April 22nd, Badoglio can constitute a third government, including the antifascists. But, the shortly after the release of Rome, political trainings of the National council of Resistance refuse to renew Badoglio with the capacity. Badoglio will be replaced by Ivanoe Bonomi.
Its birthplace, Grazzano Monferrato was famous Grazzano Badoglio in its honor in 1939. It is there that it was withdrawn after its retirement with Grazzano Badoglio, and that it died in 1956 after having told its memories with Vanna Vailati in a book, Badoglio told published in 1955.
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