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    Rare Original WWII Typed Copy of Autopsy of Italian Dictator Benito Mussolini. A complete WWII era copy of the original post mortem autopsy report conducted by the staff of University of Milan on April 30, 1945 which included Americans Calvin S. Drayer and Dr. Winfred Overholser. Typed copy on onionskin paper, the text in Italian is a basic description of the body of the Italian dictator at the time of autopsy. Mussolini was murdered by anti-fascist partisans on April 28, 1945. A rare historical primary document. This copy was part of the collection of Paul Moriconi, Secretary to Charles Poletti, Former Regional Commissioner, Allied Military Government, Italy.
    Condition: Very good. Showing age wear, minor creases and age discoloration.


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    18th Sunday
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