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  Clara Petacci Relationships plus Clara Petacci and You
Clara Petacci responds very strongly to the emotional tone and atmosphere around her, and can be dominated by her fluctuating and unpredictable moods.
Clara Petacci is apt to do more than her fair share in the family, to go the extra mile, but for the most part this is satisfying rather than burdensome to her.
Clara Petacci appreciates relationships in which her love partner allows her plenty of freedom and is not very emotionally demanding.
famous-relationships.topsynergy.com /Clara_Petacci   (792 words)

  
  Clara Petacci - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clara Petacci (Claretta Petacci) (February 28, 1912 – April 28, 1945) was a young Roman girl from an upper-class family who became Benito Mussolini's mistress.
When Mussolini was captured by partisans in April 1945, it is said that Petacci was offered the opportunity to escape, but she firmly refused and instead tried to protect Mussolini with her body.
Petacci is apparently respectfully considered in Italy; without reference to politics, but only as a woman in love who did not abandon him in times of trouble.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clara_Petacci   (216 words)

  
 L'Archivio "storia - history"
Anche Clara Petacci (coinvolta) viene ferita con due colpi della stessa arma il cui caricatore contava 7 colpi.
Clara Petacci venne eliminata perché non testimoniasse su quanto era accaduto in casa De Maria.
Nel maggio del 1956 venne riesumata la salma di Clara Petacci e durante la conseguente autopsia vennero trovati due proiettili di pistola cal. 9 e nessuno di mitra.
www.larchivio.org /xoom/ambrogioviviani.htm   (1997 words)

  
 A & I Review    America & Italia Review
As a young school girl Petacci had developed a crush on Mussolini, and sometime after they met in 1932 she began a long and devoted love affair with the Fascist dictator, thirty years her senior.
Petacci, who authored vapid poetry with a heavy romantic streak, saved some 600 letters that Mussolini sent to her.
Despite the regulations prohibiting the consultation of these letters and diaries, some Petacci materials are already known – scholars have been able to see the fawning letters she sent to Mussolini in the 1920s, before they met.
www.aiweekly.com /past_articles/old/art12.htm   (650 words)

  
 Guardian | Mussolini shared services of sisters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Clara Petacci, Benito Mussolini's lover, took turns with her sister in the bed of Italy's wartime dictator, according to a newly released account by one of those closest to him.
He describes how Clara and her sister, Maria, an actor whose screen name was Miriam Di San Servolo, often joined the dictator at a hotel in the mountains.
"On the evenings that [Clara] felt indisposed, it was Miriam who sneaked into Mussolini's bedroom and who, as the owner of the hotel told me, left it before dawn," Mr Boratto wrote.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,5073522-103681,00.html   (194 words)

  
 Clara Petacci: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Clara Petacci (Claretta Petacci) (February 28, EHandler: no quick summary.
During Mussolini's capture by partisans in April 1945 it is said that Petacci was offered the opportunity to escape, EHandler: no quick summary.
Petacci is apparently respectfully considered in Italy; without reference to politics, EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/cl/clara_petacci.htm   (590 words)

  
 creating a likeness: various actresses as Clara [Claretta] Petacci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Clara [Claretta] Petacci (1912—1945) was a young Roman woman who became Benito Mussolini’s mistress although she was twenty-nine years his junior.
When Mussolini was captured by partisans in April 1945 it is said that Petacci was offered the opportunity to escape, but she refused and was shot with him (trying to protect him with her body according to some accounts).
Her body along with Mussolinis was hanged upside down at a petrol station in the Piazzale Loreto in Milan.
www.themakeupgallery.info /likeness/consorts/petacci.htm   (140 words)

  
 L'Archivio "storia - history"
Sono riuscito a procurarmi una rarissima foto (vedi innanzi), quella proprio del cadavere Petacci in positura supina, durante il getto d'acqua.
Il cadavere di Clara Petacci sul piano di Piazzale Loreto durante il lavaggio con gli idranti (in alto a sinistra) dei pompieri.
Difficilissimo il primo caso; le condizioni psichiche della Petacci in quel momento erano evidentemente in preda a tale viva agitazione che non avrebbero tollerato un simile atteggiamento.
www.larchivio.org /xoom/aless-claretta.htm   (12961 words)

  
 History News Network
Benito Mussolini, who ruled Italy for 20 years, was shot dead in April 1945 with his mistress, Clara Petacci, while trying to flee to Switzerland as the remnants of Fascism crumbled.
Signor Mussolini recalls last seeing his father at the family villa on Lake Garda 11 days before his death, and reveals that it was during the final days at the lake that his mother, Donna Rachele, faced the fact that her husband had a serious relationship with Clara Petacci.
Donna Rachele told her sons that although Il Duce had his "defects", he was a good father and husband who had never spent a night way from home and "always fulfilled his conjugal duties", Signor Mussolini says.
hnn.us /roundup/entries/7704.html   (623 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Focusing first on eroticized representations of Petacci's living body and then on views of Petacci's corpse suspended by the heels in Milan's Piazzale Loreto, I trace the shift in journalistic depictions of her body as a function to its manipulation, in the collective imaginary, by il Duce.
First, her living body, was conceived as the supremely passive object of Fascist virile pleasure (and by Petacci herself as a vaso sacro or sacred vessel), such that her monogamous relationship with Mussolini created a kind of collective sexual satisfaction available to all.
By taking, in life, the Fascist goal of female passivity and self-sacrifice to its logical conclusion, in death Petacci ironically becomes less 'feminine' and more 'virilis' in the classical sense as her body is transformed into a paradoxical source of power insofar as her agency emerged from that very passivity.
www.rhul.ac.uk /Italian/asmi/Leake.html   (250 words)

  
 Execution of Mussolini
The partisans took him prisoner and he was later joined by his mistress, Clara Petacci, at Mezzegra.
Later, Clara Petacci and her brother, Marcello, were captured, but Clara's identity wasn't detected.
Benito Mussolini, Clara Petacci, Francesco Barracu, Alessandro Pavolini, Fernando Mezzasomma
members.aol.com /Custermen85/ILDUCE/Mussolini.htm   (2211 words)

  
 Clara Petacci - Clara Petacci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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Clara Petacci has excellent legs, despite being upside down and dead.
crackers.bloggerscape.com /April_28/Clara_Petacci   (714 words)

  
 The Silencing of Himmler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Clara Petacci and her brother weren't on the list but were caught up in the events.
Mussolini was sceptical, but his mistress, Clara Petacci, begged him to go with Valerio as it was their only chance to escape.
Petacci’s dress fell past her ears until one woman climbed up on a box and secured the dress to the dead woman’s ankles.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1420419/posts   (5161 words)

  
 Summit Conference, a CurtainUp review
With a young SS officer to serve tea (and make sure they do not stray from the room), Eva Braun and Clara Petacci have their own summit while the tyrants they each refer to as "my friend" confer about the War that is at a crucial stage.
Clara is more relaxed yet she too is aware of her powerlessness despite her liaison with a powerful man.
Eva and Clara, having sealed their new friendship with a sexy kiss, focus their attentions on the guard who becomes a helpless toy in a vicious power game which searches for signs of Jewish origins even when protected by an SS uniform.
www.curtainup.com /summitconference.html   (882 words)

  
 Clara Petacci information - Search.com
Clara Petacci (Claretta Petacci) (February 28, 1912 – April 28, 1945) was a young Roman girl from an upper-class family who became Benito Mussolini's mistress.
When Mussolini was captured by partisans in April 1945, it is said that Petacci was offered the opportunity to escape, but she firmly refused and instead tried to protect Mussolini with her body.
Petacci is apparently respectfully considered in Italy; without reference to politics, but only as a woman in love who did not abandon him in times of trouble.
www.search.com /reference/Clara_Petacci   (211 words)

  
 Mussolini
Increasingly he tried to shift the blame for defeat onto the Italian people, who had not been great enough to appreciate his imperial dream.
In April 1945, just before the Allied armies reached Milan, Mussolini, along with his mistress Clara Petacci, was caught by Italian partisans as he tried to take refuge in Switzerland.
The Duce was survived by his wife, Rachele, by two sons, Vittorio and Romano, and his daughter Edda, the widow of Count Ciano.
killeenroos.com /5/mussolini.htm   (1542 words)

  
 Churchill 'Ordered Killing Of Mussolini'
The programme, co-produced by a veteran American journalist, Peter Tompkins, and to be broadcast on RAI, Italian state television, tomorrow alleges that it was to prevent these embarrassing letters coming to light that Churchill ordered the murder of Mussolini and his mistress, Clara Petacci.
The film's credibility hinges on the evidence of former Italian partisan Bruno Lonati, who says he was one of the two-man team given the task of getting rid of the couple.
The history books say Mussolini and Petacci were executed by partisans at the gates of a villa near Lake Como at 4.10pm on 28 April 1945.
www.rense.com /general56/church.htm   (492 words)

  
 Clara Petacci: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Clara Petacci (Claretta Petacci) (February 28, Exception Handler: No article summary found.
During Mussolini's capture by partisans in April 1945 it is said that Petacci was offered the opportunity to escape, Exception Handler: No article summary found.
Petacci is apparently respectfully considered in Italy; without reference to politics, Exception Handler: No article summary found.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /ref/clara_petacci   (686 words)

  
 Glasgow Citizens Company - Summit Conference 1978 and 1998
The idea for Summit Conference was Prowse's, and incontestably camp; a fictional encounter between the mistresses of Hitler and Mussolini, Eva Braun and Clara Petacci, on the eve of the invasion of Russia in 1941.
Summit Conference is one such piece, a fictional encounter between Eva Braun and Clara Petacci, mistresses of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, that holds the attention without ever quite declaring its purpose.
Early in the conversation, Petacci describes their partners as "spooks born of a million minds"; and as they talk, they increasingly take on the personas of their men and their countries, the boundaries between themselves and the collective dissolving under the sheer force of the fascist and nationalistic projects in which they are caught up.
members.aol.com /glasgocitz/plays/gcsummit.htm   (1056 words)

  
 Infamous women converge Off-Off Broadway
Now, curiously, there are two plays that have opened Off-Off-Broadway within 24 hours and 12 blocks of one another, one of them dealing with four such ladies, and called, all simply, “The Ladies”; the other, “Summit Conference,” bringing face to face two other women who are no less implanted in history.
They are (to take the latter two first) Adolf Hitler’s Eva Braun and Benito Mussolini’s Clara Petacci, in an imagined confrontation wherein Clara calls upon Eva in the Chancery in Berlin in 1941, and the two famous mistresses spend 90 beautiful bitchy minutes putting down each other and each other’s national attributes.
CLARA: I’m surprised you still got an army.
www.thevillager.com /villager_42/infamouswomen.html   (890 words)

  
 Man who captured Mussolini dies
Lazzaro, a member of the largely communist 52nd Garibaldi Brigade, then found Mussolini's mistress, Clara Petacci, and high officials of his rump fascist republic hidden in the retreating column of Nazi troops headed for Switzerland.
Mussolini and Petacci's corpses were moved on April 29 to Milan and hanged upside down for public view at a petrol station in Piazzale Loreto, the square where fascists had executed 15 partisans in August 1944.
Citing a partisan he said was present, Lazzaro said the couple died some way from the reputed site when Petacci tried to grab a gun from one of the guards who were escorting them to Milan for Mussolini's planned public execution.
news.ninemsn.com.au /article.aspx?id=79922   (498 words)

  
 Dissertations, Essays on Benito Mussolini.
Just before the allied armies reached Milan, the Italians partisans caught Mussolini, along with his mistress Clara Petacci, as he tried to take refuge in Switzerland.
Mussolini and Clara try to flee towards the border but the Italian underground discovered them at Lake Como and shot him and Clara.
They took the bodies to Milan and they hung Mussolini and Clara by their ankles.
www.essayboom.com /essay/Benito_Mussolini-144076.html   (159 words)

  
 Mussolini, Benito on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
He was freed two months later by a daring German rescue party and became head of the Fascist puppet government set up in N Italy by Hitler.
On the German collapse (Apr., 1945) Mussolini was captured, tried in a summary court-martial, and shot with his mistress, Clara Petacci.
Their bodies, brought to Milan, were hanged in a public square and buried in an unmarked grave.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/M/Mussolin.asp   (975 words)

  
 BBC ON THIS DAY | 28 | 1945: Italian partisans kill Mussolini
Benito Mussolini, dictator of Italy until his downfall in 1943, has been killed by partisans along with his mistress, Clara Petacci, and some close associates.
Their bodies were taken to Milan from the Lecco district near Lake Como where they were arrested and then killed yesterday.
According to the Times correspondent in Milan, the corpses of Mussolini, Petacci and 12 Fascists are on display in Piazzale Loreto "with ghastly promiscuity in the open square under the same fence against which one year ago 15 partisans had been shot by their own countrymen".
news.bbc.co.uk /onthisday/hi/dates/stories/april/28/newsid_3564000/3564529.stm   (636 words)

  
 TIME Magazine Archive Article -- Bowled Over by Ben -- May. 05, 1952   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
"Read this letter as if it were my love testament," wrote pert Clara Petacci to her paramour, "because it is the last one that you will get...
If sometimes I felt in me the desperate attempt to free myself of this amorous vise—remember how you hurt me—those were waves of revolt.
Her love and her letters continued to pour forth for the benefit of masterful Benito Mussolini, right up to the time in...
www.time.com /time/archive/printout/0,23657,820766,00.html   (156 words)

  
 Clara Petacci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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 Clara Petacci - QuickSeek Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Clara Petacci (Claretta Petacci) (February 28, 1912 – April 28, 1945) was a young Roman girl from an upper-class family who became Benito Mussolini's mistress.
Ray Moseley, Mussolini: The Last 600 Days of Il Duce (Taylor Trade Publishing, Dallas, 2004) ISBN: 1589790952de:Clara Petacci
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encyclopedia.quickseek.com /index.php/Clara_Petacci   (178 words)

  
 OBIT: Romano Mussolini   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
She had attempted to poison herself because of her husband's affair with the young actress Clara Petacci.
With his mother, brothers and sister Romano was confined in various parts of Italy until they benefited from an amnesty in 1947; but it was 12 years before Benito's body was restored to them.
The Duce was survived by his wife, Rachele, by two sons, Vittorio and Romano, and his daughter Edda, the widow of Count Ciano.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1571831/posts   (1405 words)

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