Badoglio


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Badoglio

(Italian baˈdɔʎʎo)
n
(Biography) Pietro (ˈpjetro). 1871–1956, Italian marshal; premier (1943–44) following Mussolini's downfall: arranged an armistice with the Allies (1943)
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26) Indeed, the symbolic date of the armistice had witnessed the escape from Rome of the Victor Emmanuel III, and Marshal Pietro Badoglio, first to Pescara and then to Brindisi.
In the evening of September 8, 1943, the day of the armistice, Italian soldiers situated at Cephalonia were ordered by the Italian High Command and General Badoglio to consider all German troops as hostile and that disarmament attempts by German forces should be resisted, while the incoming Germans presented an ultimatum: join the German troops and fight alongside them or surrender all weapons (with a promise of repatriation) or prepare to fight.
Borges y Bioy hacen de este dispositivo un blanco de la parodia ya desde el arranque de su obra en colaboracion, en el perfil trazado por la "educadora", senorita Adelma Badoglio (Adelia Puglione en su primer edicion de Sur, de 1942) de la obra de Bustos Domecq.
When a massive offensive in June against Mukhtar's forces failed, Graziani, in full accord with Badoglio, then governor of Libya, Emilio De Bono, minister of the colonies, and Benito Mussolini, initiated a devious plan to break the Libyan resistance.
Del resto, qualche mese dopo, nel giugno, una copia del memoriale con cambiamenti viene inviata a Vito Reale, Ministro degli Interni del Governo Badoglio e lucano, che era intervenuto positivamente per la liberta provvisoria dopo la condanna a sei mesi del Tribunale penale di Matera.
Senalando la complicidad creativa de Borges-Bioy Casares y el modo socarron de sus estrategias de ficcionalidad, Ponce observa en Seis problemas para don Isidro Parodi, el modelo de parodia que resquebraja la referencialidad, con bromas y guinos literarios en clave, porque los paratextos de Seis problemas se interpretan en sentido metaliterario y metagenerico y se realza la figura de Bustos Domecq, prologuista del libro y escritor tambien, en una suerte de parodia distorsionadora con arreglo al comentario realizado por la senorita Badoglio.
His successor, General Pietro Badoglio, withdrew Italy from the war in September as the Allies landed at Salerno.
Edy winning some junior ski race in Sankt Moritz (telegram to Mussolini, and full-page photo in Quadrante, the journal of the modernist movement): Edy mastering the rudiments of sailing in front of Portofino; Edy's confirmation, blessed by the Cardinal Archbishop of Milan and by General Badoglio, fresh from his conquest of Ethiopia, his use of chemical weapons and his public triumph with parades back at home.
En potencia lo era, pero esa potencia nunca se multiplico al grado de que Victor Manuel III, una vez depuesto Mussolini en 1943, le encargo al mariscal Badoglio que Italia cambiase de bando.
King Victor Emmanuel III named Marshal Pietro Badoglio the new head of government, and on September 8, Italy formally surrendered to the advancing Alies.
Since Italy had not declared war on its former ally (a decision the Badoglio government takes on October 13, 1943), the Germans classified Guareschi and the other Italians they captured as Internati Militari Italiani (IMI) instead of Prisoners of War, rendering void their 1929 Geneva Convention rights.
Romano Sergio, Guida Alla Estera Italiana: Da Badoglio a Berlusconi, (Milano: Rizzoli Libri S.