Official History of the War: v. 4: Naval Operations

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The distance between these two, at least at the ideological level, became so great that the communists often referred to the social democrats as "the social fascists". With the fall of the monarchy, this Order was retained, but renamed the 'Order of Military Merit of Italy." - Ordine della Corona d'Italia (Order of the Crown of Italy): established by Royal Decree on 20.2.1868 by King Vittorio Emanuele II after the annexation of the Venetian Region and the completion of Italy's unity.

Pages: 471

Publisher: Naval & Military Press Ltd (May 2003)

ISBN: 1843424924

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