italian soldiers died in WW1 and WW2

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The top one about the second page, states about his death
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does it say he was in Ethiopia or Africa at all??
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not at all, it states he took the ship in Naples on 29 may 1940 and after 2 days he landed, but it doesnt states where
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Caro Ricardo
Questi post sono un po' vecchi. Vorrei sapere a chi scrivo per trovare il fogli militare di mio bisnonno. Nato a Stromboli morto all'ospedale militare di Milano nel 1916
Grazie dell'aiuto. È quasi impossible a sapere qual cosa da Australia. Se hai un indirizzò email sarebbe più facile.
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nella parte sinistra di www.asmessina.beniculturali.it "toccando" SERVIZIO AL PUBBLICO le dara la sezione per richedere documentazione del escercito.
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Does the link in the first post not work for anyone else? I get nothing but a blank page. :-( I'd very much like to learn about possible WWI service for my grandfather's brother, named Domenico Costanzi, who was born in Nereto, Teramo on 15 December 1889.
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Peter!

We haven't seen you in ages! How are you?
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Hi John. I have been away fighting the good fight and slowly being kicked most of the genealogy websites that now charge money. I then got caught up in saving the USA and keeping everyone alert as to the lies,abuse and dangers to the USA. I am now at www.onepolitical plaza.com and keep up the good fight but I really do miss genealogy very much and felt that I should get back to doing good again and helping out. Thank you so much for reaching out to me...it's heartwarming John!
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