RSI propaganda

This is not a general overview of this topic: it focused above all about the claim of RSI fascism to represent the true Italy in a line of continuity with the Italian Risorgimento. The roots of the fight about what does it mean to be Italian at the end of WW2.
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PROPAGANDA FASCISTA — “10th Flotilla MAS Republican Navy”

Flotilla MAS Republican Navy” Italian Fascist propaganda poster from World War II. Skeleton Guy didn't help t

Italian WWII poster, Italian workers enlist! The Great Germany will protect you!

Italian Nazi Propaganda shows how the government could help regular citizens. The people were suffering and needed homes and jobs and money. They were living in depression after World War

E tu..cosa fai? [And You...What Are You Doing?], Italian propaganda poster from WWII

Italian WWII propaganda recruitment poster depicting soldiers pointing at the audience with the caption: "And you… What are you doing?

WWII: ITALIAN POSTER. Italian World War II recruitment poster for the auxiliary service of the 10th Flotilla..

WWII: ITALIAN POSTER. Italian World War II recruitment poster for the auxiliary service - Fridge Magnet - 6215487

Take a look at the 'WWII: ITALIAN POSTER. Italian World War II recruitment poster for the auxiliary service' prints from Granger Art on Demand

Extremely racist poster from Italian Fascist Regime attempting to encourage Italians to resist the non-white "hordes" invading Italy

Italian WWII anti-American poster: "She could be your mother, your wife, your sister, your daughter: Stand for Her!

Italian WWII recruitment poster for the “Black Brigade” Text: Black brigade: “Ready to fight, yesterday, today, tomorrow, for Italy’s honour.

Italian “Black Brigade” recruiting poster from Text: Black brigade: “Ready to fight, yesterday, today, tomorrow, for Italy’s honor.

Italian WW2 "The Duty Is Only One, Resume Fighting!"

A Fascist Italian wartime poster: “There is but one duty: taking up arms once again! Note that the soldier is carrying a Beretta Model Pistola Mitragliera submachine gun.

Italian poster, Gino Boccasile: October 20! (Poster refers to the death of the innocents; the 200 - 300 children in the Goria district of Milan who were killed during a bombing raid on October 20th, 1944.)

Italian poster, Gino Boccasile: October (Poster refers to the death of the innocents; the 200 - 300 children in the Goria district of Milan who were killed during a bombing raid on October

Italian Propaganda WWII

Fascist Italian image a British "Tommy" and an American black soldier laugh at the sight of an Italian soldier apparently fighting against his brother who stayed loyal to Mussolini. Friedman, Race as a Military Propaganda Theme)

“No.the light doesn’t come to that east, beyond it comes increasingly pressing the crackling of the firing squads”

the light doesn’t come to that east, beyond it comes increasingly pressing the crackling of the firing squads” Italian Fascist propaganda poster from World War II.

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