The enforcement of the antifascist purge at the Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere was regulated by the General Order n. 35, issued on February 1945 by the Allied Military Government. Antonio Banfi, professor of History of Philosophy at University of Milan, was nominated commissioner on 28th August, 1945. In the next days he convened a board composed by Luigi Castiglioni, professor of Latin Language and Literature at University of Milan, Arturo Danusso, professor of Construction Sciences at Politecnico di Milano, Plinio Fraccaro, professor of Ancient history and rector at University of Pavia, Eugenio Medea, professor of Neuropathology at University of Milan and Emilio Veratti, former professor of General Patology at University of Pavia. The purge board, approved by the Education office of Allied Military Government in Milan, met nine times from 6th September to 11th December, 1945. During these meetings, the board drew up a list of 18 effective members and 14 correspondents on the basis of their fascisi backgrounds and in the same time asked them justifications. Finally Giuseppe Belluzzo, Giuseppe Bruni, Livio Cambi, Giuseppe De Capitani d'Arzago, Alessandro Luzio, Eliseo Antonio Porro, Paolo Vinassa De Regny (effective members); Giovanni Emanuele Barié, Emilio Betti, Ardito Desio, Gino Pollacci, Gioacchino Volpe, Edoardo Zavattari (correspondents) were suspended from their membership. In the following years, and in particular after the amnesty of 22nd June, 1946, in Italy many fascists were acquitted and restored to their former roles. Livio Cambi and Ardito Desio were reinstated in the Istituto Lombardo on 19th May, 1949.

L'articolo descrive le procedure con le quali fu operata l'epurazione antifascista presso l'Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere di Milano nel periodo 1945-1946

L’epurazione antifascista all’Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere / S. Morosini. - In: NUOVA RIVISTA STORICA. - ISSN 0029-6236. - XCVII:1(2013 Apr), pp. 133-158.

L’epurazione antifascista all’Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere

S. Morosini
2013

Abstract

L'articolo descrive le procedure con le quali fu operata l'epurazione antifascista presso l'Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere di Milano nel periodo 1945-1946
The enforcement of the antifascist purge at the Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere was regulated by the General Order n. 35, issued on February 1945 by the Allied Military Government. Antonio Banfi, professor of History of Philosophy at University of Milan, was nominated commissioner on 28th August, 1945. In the next days he convened a board composed by Luigi Castiglioni, professor of Latin Language and Literature at University of Milan, Arturo Danusso, professor of Construction Sciences at Politecnico di Milano, Plinio Fraccaro, professor of Ancient history and rector at University of Pavia, Eugenio Medea, professor of Neuropathology at University of Milan and Emilio Veratti, former professor of General Patology at University of Pavia. The purge board, approved by the Education office of Allied Military Government in Milan, met nine times from 6th September to 11th December, 1945. During these meetings, the board drew up a list of 18 effective members and 14 correspondents on the basis of their fascisi backgrounds and in the same time asked them justifications. Finally Giuseppe Belluzzo, Giuseppe Bruni, Livio Cambi, Giuseppe De Capitani d'Arzago, Alessandro Luzio, Eliseo Antonio Porro, Paolo Vinassa De Regny (effective members); Giovanni Emanuele Barié, Emilio Betti, Ardito Desio, Gino Pollacci, Gioacchino Volpe, Edoardo Zavattari (correspondents) were suspended from their membership. In the following years, and in particular after the amnesty of 22nd June, 1946, in Italy many fascists were acquitted and restored to their former roles. Livio Cambi and Ardito Desio were reinstated in the Istituto Lombardo on 19th May, 1949.
Epurazione antifascista ; Secondo dopoguerra ; Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere ; Resistenza ; Amnistia ; Alleati ; Allied Military Government ; Charles Poletti ; Antonio Banfi ; Anthony A. Vesselo ; Giuseppe Bellluzzo ; Lodovico Barassi ; Enrico Besta ; Giuseppe Bruni ; Aristide Calderini ; Livio Cambi ; Oreste Raneletti ; Giuseppe De Capitani D’Arzago ; Agostino Gemelli ; Benvenuto Griziotti ; Alessandro Luzio ; Angelo Menozzi ; Giovanni Patroni ; Uberto Pestalozza ; Eliseo Porro ; Pietro Vaccari ; Paolo Vinassa de Regny ; Pietro Rondoni ; Vittorio Cian ; Ardito Desio ; Filippo Grispigni ; Gino Pollacci ; Gaetano Scherillo ; Francesco Vito ; Ettore Rota ; Francesco Severi ; Alessandro Amerio ; Alberto Pirelli ; Giovanni Emanuele Bariè ; Emilio Betti ; Gioacchino Volpe ; Ugo Pratolongo ; Edoardo Zavattari
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