Thank you for that, much appreciated.
It raises the question as to whether Teagno was a pro-Mussolini 'fascist' or the victim of communist partisans who murdered people on the basis of their ideology, as apparently happened in France too.
Pro-Mussolini, apparently. I've had a PM conversation with another TNFer about this: Teagno was said to be a captain in the Salo Republic's infamous paramilitaries, the Brigate Nere. We're getting a bit O/T, but I'm currently reading 'Liberation', by William I Hitchcock, which is very revealing on this subject. (The US edition is called 'The Bitter Road to Freedom', which is the subtitle of the UK edition)