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Gen. Roberto Brusati

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Gen. Roberto Brusati

Postby Brusatto » 31 May 2010, 22:37

I am seeking some detailed biographical data on General Roberto Brusati (abt 1850-1935). I have found some references to him in WW! literature. For a time he was in charge of the Italian First Army which did battle in Asiago and later was removed from command. I am interested in his life, his family, his military history and if he was ever stationed in Southern Italy, especially the Calabria area.. I am following up on some information verbally given to my father when he was 16 which I have discounted until recently.

Thank you very much. Joann Toole
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Re: Gen. Roberto Brusati

Postby Tessa78 » 31 May 2010, 23:50

You may find information about obtaining military records in this thread...

http://www.italiangenealogy.com/Forums/ ... 15162.html

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Re: Gen. Roberto Brusati

Postby erkelly2 » 06 Feb 2011, 12:16

Gen. Roberto Brusati's son, Renzo, married an American, and died a year later during the Influenza Epidemic of 1919.

If you enter "Renzo Brusati" into Google's search page you will find everything I know about Renzo.

His wife, Sylvia, was the sister of Rutherford Page, whose page can be found at

http://www.motorsportmemorial.org/focus ... =a&n=10040

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Re: Gen. Roberto Brusati

Postby Brusatto » 03 Mar 2011, 07:05

Rick, just saw your post. Thank you very much. Joann
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