Soldiers of the Magre who fell for their country in the world war 1914-1918



This poster commemorates killed soldiers from Magrè, a small town in Schio, Vicenza. It is an example of publications produced all over Italy in ‘eternal memory’ of more than 650,000 war dead.


Il paese di Magrè, nel comune di Schio (Vicenza) celebra i soldati morti in guerra. Esempio di una delle tante pubblicazioni realizzate a "perenne ricordo" dei oltre 650.000 caduti italiani.

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Soldiers of the Magre who fell for their country in the world war 1914-1918
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Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze
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Public Domain

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