Sinking of the SS Conte Rosso. Part 1

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Title

Sinking of the SS Conte Rosso. Part 1

Description

The liner Conte Rosso in dazzle pattern camouflage is sailing on a clear night with smoke rising out of the two funnels.

Label reads “30”; signed by the author; caption reads “(1) LA NOTTE dei 3000 del “CONTE ROSSO” 24 MAGGIO 1941. Ore 20.45 Latitudine 36:38 Longitudine 15:40, il piroscafo Conte Rosso è silurato dal sommergibile Upholder e affonda in breve tempo. Le unità di scorta recuperano 1432 naufraghi e 239 salme, sù 2729 uomini imbarcati, Altri 119 risultano dispersi, la perdita del nostro primo transatlantico stazzava 17.048 tonnellate…”

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Contributor

Francesca Campani
Alessandro Pesaro
Helen Durham

Rights

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Format

One tempera on paper, pasted on mount board

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Identifier

PFilliputtiA16010017

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Citation

Angiolino Filiputti, “Sinking of the SS Conte Rosso. Part 1,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed August 23, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/107.

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