Garibaldis Army Officers.

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Garibaldis Army Officers.

Postby kesannah » 06 Apr 2007, 18:13

Can anyone tell me where I could find a list of names of Officers of Garabaldis army pre Unification of Italy. I know there were quite a few that deserted about 19 March 1849. Also that these Officers were men from the families of the nobility.
Any assistance would be useful. Thankyou Kesannah
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Re: Garibaldis Army Officers.

Postby drovedo » 14 May 2007, 21:02

Here's the Entire Army from around 1864...!!!

http://www.italysoft.com/curios/garibaldi/index.html

Could this be part of what you are looking for?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wojciech_Chrzanowski
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girolamo_Ramorino

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Re: Garibaldis Army Officers.

Postby kesannah » 04 Jun 2007, 18:59

My apologies for not replying sooner. I had to wait for a reply from a contact to check this out.
I had made a mistake it was not Massizini, it was Angelo de Massina who was in charge of Lancer Neopolitan Army who received the letter from Garibaldi praising his Lancers for defending Rome. This date was 10 days after Officers had deserted. Angelo de Massina received this letter on 29 March.

Many thanks for your reply to my original post.
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