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Virgilio Peli claims he helped thirteen English prisoners of war, from 25 September 1943 to 20 December 1943, giving them food, clothes, and cigarettes. On 20 December, they moved to Monte Morello (Florence), where a Partisan brigade was active. For…

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Viola Vannucci claims she helped for eight days in October 1943 two English officers: Geoffrey Tay and John Winchester. They lived in her house where she gave them food, clothes, and 500 lire.

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Vermiglia Bellucci claims she helped some allied prisoners of war hide in the woods near the village of Fognano, Pistoia. She gave them food and clothes.

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Valerio Traversari claims he helped about twenty Allied servicemen and officers giving them food, clothes, and shelter, in the winter of 1943. Then they decided to re-join their units.

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Valentina Ciappei claims she helped John F Kerrigan, Erbert Nirton and other servicemen. On 5 September 1943, there was a round-up near Ombrone river and four prisoners she helped were recaptured. On 6 December , John F Kerrigan evaded capture and…

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Umberto and Livio Livi claim they helped four English prisoners of war in the village of Pantiera, near Pistoia, for twenty-five days, giving them food, and clothes. Sometimes they lived in their house, other times they stayed in a hut. Then, they…

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Ulderico Betti claims he helped, from 10 September 1943 to 20 December 1943, ten allied prisoners of war giving them food and clothes. On 20 December, they moved to Migliana area, near Cantagallo (Prato), where they were recaptured some days later by…

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Ugo Perugi claims he helped, from 10 September 1943 to 24 December 1943, eight English prisoners of war of war, giving them food, shelter and clothes. On 24 December 1943 they moved to Florence or to Rome to escape from fascist militiamen.

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Tosca Torracchi claims she helped, from 8 September 1943 to 1 August 1944, five Allied servicemen giving them food and clothes. Their service numbers are 2537162, 4691070, 2659998, 2657673, and 4276177.

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Torquato Bargellini claims he helped two allied prisoners of war: Cecil Armstrong and Alfred Walker. They were hosted in Torquato’s house for few months. Walker, who was sick, was treated by Doctor Rastelli.

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List of helpers in the municipality of Montale, accompanied with the number of allied servicemen involved, and the period in which events occurred.

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Terzo Zorzi claims he helped four English servicemen: Kirkwood (2928584 ), Hall (2663672), 2661005 (Jarvis), and Polhill (6019844), giving them food, shelter and clothes. During the day they lived in a hut, and in the evening they went to his house.

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Teresa Innocent claims she helped E P Sant and E David Binch, from 8 September 1943 to 15 October 1943. At first, they went to Teresa’s house twice or three times a week but when the situation got more dangerous, they moved in the woods and Teresa…

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Tecla Bartolozzi claims she helped and hid four English prisoners of war: Frederick, George, William, and Richard, from September 1943 to October 1943. She gave them food and clothes.

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Solitario Cappellini claims he helped five allied servicemen, from November 1943 to September 1944: Thvendale W, Wilys F, Ramsdenj, Hurlstone, anf McCarty. He gave them shelter in his house, providing food and clothes. In September 1944, he took them…

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Silvio Ruggeri claims he helped, from 7 September 1943 to 1 August 1944, some Allied servicemen, giving them food and clothes. For his efforts he received a certificate of thankfulness (number 81649-45218) and some money.

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Sestilio Biagini claims he helped, from 8 September 1943 to 1 August 1944, some Allied servicemen, giving them food and clothes, and for his efforts he received a certificate of thankfulness (number 81829-20958) and some money.

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Sergio Bartani claims he helped some Allied escapees: Jas Kelly (England), Corporal Joseph Kelly (United States), Sergeant Norman Collier (166762, England), and others. He quotes the filing reference of the certificates of thankfulness issued to him…

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Santino Gori claims he helped some English servicemen including John Francis Kerrigan, from May 1944 to August 1944. He got them a shave and a haircut, gave them food, clothes, pocket money and sugar 'when they were ill'.

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Sabatino Vezzosi claims he helped, from 9 September 1943 to 18 September 1944, eight English servicemen: David Pugh, Reginald Painter, T Wallace Hume, William Black, Victor Simmons, Frank Jaques, and Frederick Pears. At first, they stayed at…

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Sabatino Cappelli claims he helped, with his son, three allied prisoners of war, from October 1943 to the Liberation. He gave them food, clothes and pocket money.

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Rutilio Meoni claims he helped, from 10 September 1943 to 20 December 1943, ten allied prisoners of war, giving them food, shelter, and clothes. On 20 December, they moved to Migliana area, near Cantagallo (Prato), where they were recaptured some…

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Ruben Giovannetti claims he helped two English prisoners of war who arrived at the village of Baco, near Pistoia. With other families, he helped the first for twenty days and he hosted the second for a month, giving him clothes, cigarettes, and food.…

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Rotilio Torracchi claims he helped some Allied servicemen. Sometimes he brought them food, pocket money, and clothes in the woods, and other times they came to his house.

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Rotilia Lorenzini claims she nursed for two months one Allied prisoner of war; after that he was hospitalised in Florence.
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