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File:Mussolini e Petacci a Piazzale Loreto, 1945.jpg

English: The dead body of Benito Mussolini next to his mistress Claretta Petacci and those of other executed fascists, on display in Milan on 29 April 1945, in Piazzale Loreto, the same place that the fascists had displayed the bodies of fifteen Milanese civilians a year earlier after executing them in retaliation for resistance activity. The photograph is by Renzo Pistone.

The bodies, from left to right, are:

Italiano: Il corpo senza vita di Benito Mussolini accanto a quello della sua compagna Claretta Petacci e a quelli di altri gerarchi fascisti fucilati, esposti a Milano il 29 aprile 1945, in piazzale Loreto, nello stesso luogo in cui i fascisti avevano fucilato alcuni partigiani. Fotografia di Renzo Pistone.

I corpi, da sinistra verso destra:

Français : Le corps sans vie de Benito Mussolini à côté de sa compagne Claretta Petacci et de ses compagnons fascistes, exposés à Milan le 29 avril 1945, sur la place Loreto, c.-à-d. au même endroit où les fascistes avaient fait fusiller de nombreux partisans. Photo de Renzo Pistone.

Ce sont, de gauche à droite, les corps de :

  • Alessandro Pavolini
Română: Corpurile fasciștilor executați de partizani, expuse în Milano.

De la stânga la dreapta:

  • necunoscu (numit ironic Gelormini)
  • Alessandro Pavolini
  • Achille Starace
Português: O cadáver de Benito Mussolini ao lado do da sua companheira Claretta Petacci e de outros fascistas fuzilados, exposto em Milão em 29 de Abril de 1945, na Piazzale Loreto, a mesma praça onde os fascistas haviam exposto os corpos de quinze civis milaneses um ano antes após executarem-nos como retaliação pelas suas actividades de resistência. Foto de Renzo Pistone.

Os corpos, da esquerda para a direita, pertencem a:

Date 29 April 1945
Author Renzo Pistone
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