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- adj. Describing those Italian soldiers who chose to stay faithful to the Italian Crown and then-Army Commander General Badoglio after September 8 1943, during World War II, as the Fascist regime fell in Italy and the Italian army was left without a lead as King Victor Emmanuel III fled the country.
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