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Quaderno5.pdf
Covers a time frame of two months, with some additional notes about events in spring of 1945. In July, several bombings are logged, while in August they diminish to just three. Notes end on 5 September 1944, three days before the front reaches the…

Quaderno4.pdf
Covers a time frame of two weeks: alarms are reported nearly every day.

Quaderno3.pdf
Bombing and alarms are on the increase in March 1944, with alarms reported nearly every day in May and June. From mid-May bombings in the whole Pistoia province intensify.

Quaderno2.pdf
After 8 September 1943, early warnings continue for two days, but nothing is logged until 21 September. Only five bombings are noted, while early warnings decreasing considerably. In October bombings are again on the increase and Pistoia is bombed…

Quaderno1.pdf
The log covers three years, from 10 June 1940 to August 1943. Initial notes are about civil defence preparedness: posters with black-out instructions are issued, shelters are set up. The first alarm is logged on 22 June 1940, followed by only two…

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Manlio Filippini claims he helped two English officers. For his efforts he received a certificate of thankfulness.

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Giovanni Palmonari claims he helped three English prisoners of war, giving them food, shelter, and medicines. Then they hid in the woods.

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Ermanno Meoni claims he helped two English prisoners of war (service numbers 83232 and 41962). For three months he gave them food and clothes.

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Archimede Lorenzini claims he helped two English prisoners of war (service numbers 83238 and 41956). For three months he brought them food and clothes.

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Dante Del Serra claims he helped fourteen allied prisoners of war, among them giving shelter to Charlie Russel, Ernest Edwards, Frederick Pears, George Wetherspoon, George Restorick, T Hall (2663672), Donald P Tarvis (2661005), Fred Polhill…

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Gino Logli claims he helped two English prisoners of war (service numbers 83248 and 27487). For three months he gave them food and clothes.

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Ferdinando Franchi claims he helped nine allied prisoners of war, from 9 to 26 September 1943. Then they joined the Resistance. For his efforts, Ferdinando received a certificate of thankfulness.

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Lino Givannetti claims he helped two English prisoners of war. The first was hosted by Lino from 7 to 27 September 1943, and then he went away. The second, called Gordon Record, was hosted from 1 to 15 October 1943 and then he hid in the woods.…

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Guido Giannarini claims he helped two American servicemen: Earl W Fitzpatrick, from Louisiana, and Willis J Scheldon, from Dakota. He helped them from 8 October 1943 to 25 September 1944, giving them food, and clothes.

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Goffredo Begliomini claims he helped, with his daughter Irene, some groups of allied prisoners of war, giving them food, and clothes. He hid them in the spring of 1944. Then, he showed them the way to Florence.

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Renzo Begliomini claims he helped fourteen Allied servicemen from July 1944. Six English officers and ranks jumped from a lorry near Modena, at the end of July. He hid them in a hut for three days, bringing them food, and then he took them near the…

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Carlo Ducceschi claims he helped, for two weeks starting from 24 September, two English servicemen who escaped from a camp in Modena and showed up at Prunetta, in the mountains near Pistoia. For a while they live in a house in the village; then Carlo…

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Eugenio Castelli claims he helped two English servicemen, including James Michael Taggard (6978419). He hosted them in his house for more than a year.

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Domenica Vespa claims she helped some English prisoners of war, bringing them food, clothes, and medicines.

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Luigi Chiti claims he helped three English servicemen, Reginald, George, and John, for three months from the spring of 1944. While he was evacuated in La Fallita area with his family, his wife and her daughter brought them food, clothes, and…

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Pellegrino Nesti claims he helped, for two weeks from 24 September, two English servicemen who escaped from a camp in Modena. They eventually reached the the village of Prunetta, in the mountains near Pistoia. With the help of Carlo Ducceschi, he…

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Gennarina Cecconi claims she helped, for two weeks starting from 24 September, two English servicemen who escaped from a camp in Modena. They eventually reached the the village of Prunetta, in the mountains near Pistoia. With the help of Carlo…

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Pietro Pisaneschi claims he helped some allied prisoners of war and took part in Resistance actions. For his efforts, he received a certificate of thankfulness.

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Carlo Andreotti, Sabatino Andreotti, and Giovanni Cecchini claim they helped some allied prisoners of war, and took part in Resistance actions.

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Lionello Begliomini claims he helped some allied prisoners of war, as well as the partisans. He also took part in the killing and subsequent burial of a German spy.
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