De Gasperi


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De Gasperi

(Italian de ˈɡasperi)
n
(Biography) Alcide (alˈtʃiːde). 1881–1954, Italian statesman; prime minister (1945–53). An antifascist, he led the Christian Democratic party during World War II from the Vatican City
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The men are Jean Monnet, Robert Schuman, Konrad Adenauer, Alcide de Gasperi, and Paul-Henri Spaak.
Former Italian Minister has informed the Patriarch of his current presidency of the association Alcide de Gasperi, which bears the name of his godfather, the founder of the Christian Democratic Party in Italy.
La ultima colaboracion que pedi a Gabriele De Rosa fue un testimonio sobre las relaciones entre Luigi Sturzo y Alcide De Gasperi, el fundador de la Democracia cristiana que en la postguerra recogio la herencia del Partido Popular de Sturzo.
Dold, 23, climbed the 390 metres to beat last year's champion Italian Marco De Gasperi.
El Doctor de Imaz divide su obra en cinco breves capitulos, division que en cierta medida no se justifica, ya que uno y otro se entrelazan mediante la profundizacion y complementacion de ideas, de tal modo que las impresiones del autor acerca de los <<constructores>> de la Europa unida (Schuman, Adenauer, Monnet y De Gasperi) constituyen un solo todo cuya lectura le permite al lector formarse una idea de conjunto sobre el tema.
In the men's race, one of the favourites, Marco De Gasperi from Italy, won the world title for the fifth occasion.
In the entry reading Tuesday June 23 1952, the Prime Minister hosted a dinner party in honour of Italian premier Alcide de Gasperi attended by the Italian Ambassador and guests.
After the close of the Second World War those principally responsible for the formation of the European Union were three great Catholic leaders, Konrad Adenauer of Germany, Robert Schuman of France, and Aleide de Gasperi of Italy, together with the Catholic leaders of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.