Mussolini: The Secrets of His Death
Robert Miller talked about the book Mussolini: The Secrets of His Death, published by Enigma Books, at the City University Graduate Center in New York City. Mr. Miller published the American edition of the book written by Luciano Garibaldi in Italy. He discussed the death of Benito Mussolini, focusing more on forensic evidence than reports from the Italian Resistance in 1946. Mr. Miller answered questions from members of the audience following his presentation. close
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