2) Os nomes sao Nicola Sacco
(1891-1927) e Bartolomeo Vanzetti (1888-1927).
Jacob Glatshteyn's poem about Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, the celebrated Italian anarchists executed for murder on August 23, 1927, is both the greatest poem about the two men and among the least widely known; the goal of this article is to make the poem more broadly available for discussion.
The campaign to free imprisoned anarchists Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti ignited mobilization the world over in the 1920s.
In 1927, amid protests, Italian-born anarchists Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were executed in Boston for the murders of two men during a 1920 robbery.
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were, respectively, a shoe-maker and fish-monger, who were vocal about the oppression that the working class were experiencing as part of the "Red Scare" that engulfed the nation after World War I.
Aciagas coincidencias vincularon el infernal viernes vivido en la capital del pais este 23 de agosto, con hechos tan condenables como la matanza de San Bartolome, registrada en 1572 en la capital de una Francia dividida por una cruenta guerra de religion, y la injusta ejecucion de los migrantes italianos Nicola Sacco
y Bartomeo Vanzetti, ejecutados en 1927 por la justicia de Estados Unidos que los condeno por la propaganda que los califico de anarquistas y los ubico como enemigos publicos a quien habia que condenar a la silla electrica, para con ello aniquilar cualquier viso de disidencia laboral en una sociedad fincada en su explotacion.
Geary presents a meticulously researched account, in graphic novel format, of the trial and eventual execution of Nicola Sacco
and Bartomoleo Vanzetti, whose guilt remains in question to this day.
Following a jury trial Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti leading figures in a violent anarchist movement were sentenced to death and summarily executed for these murders in 1927.
SACCO & VANZETTI The Men, the Murders and the Judgment of Mankind | BRUCE WATSON: Were Italian immigrants Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, affiliated with a violent anarchist group, cold-blooded killers--or the innocent victims of ethnic prejudice?
4) is an exploration of the context and musical structure of one of Crawford's two most explicitly politically-charged works, the 1932 song "Sacco, Vanzetti" which refers to the 1927 execution of Italian immigrant anarchists Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
By then, Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti had already become world famous--or infamous, depending on your point of view.
Miller, longtime producer for Ken Burns and several less mainstream documentarians, and helmer of "The Internationale," spent four years researching Nicola Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, and it shows in the trenchant clarity of his exposition.