Interview with Ivonne Cerasoli

Title

Interview with Ivonne Cerasoli

Description

Ivonne Cerasoli (b. 1925) describes Milan shelters, consisting largely of basements reinforced with wooden props, and tells how people cut down trees for firewood.

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00:00:59 audio recording

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive
Memoro. La banca della memoria

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Identifier

Memoro#14960

Transcription


IC: Quando poi venivano i bombardamenti eh sai.
Unknown Interviewer: Una passeggiata di salute?
IC: Insomma chi era in città andava nei rifugi, chiamiamoli rifugi, perché erano tutte cantine dove c’erano, si sa insomma cosa si mette nelle cantine, vino o, o altro. Ma erano state rinforzate tutte le cantine di, di tutti i, di tutte le case, con dei grossi legni, rompevano quelli quelli che c’erano sui viali.
UI: Gli alberi dei viali?
IC: Gli alberi dei viali e rinforzavano, c’era poi chi se li portava a casa a riscaldare la casa insomma.

Citation

“Interview with Ivonne Cerasoli,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 28, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/301.

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