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Pino Romualdi

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Giuseppe "Pino" Romualdi' (24 July 1913 – 21 May 1988) was an Italian right-wing politician who served both the Republican Fascist Party (PFR) and the Italian Social Movement (MSI). He was the subject of frequent rumours that he was the biological son of Benito Mussolini, although no proof has been given. Romualdi himself, who was from the same village as Mussolini, encouraged the rumour. Biography Before World War II Romualdi was born in Predappio, near Forlì, the same comune of Mussolini. He took a laurea in political science, serving as secretary of the Gruppi universitari fascisti in Forlì from 1936 to 1938, and then worked as a journalist. He also served as a member of the Chamber of Deputies under the Fascist regime. Romualdi served as a soldier in the Italian Army in the campaigns in Ethiopia and during the Second World War in Greece and Albania, where he was an infantry captain. He returned to Italy i
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