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Renee Atkinson
Renee Atkinson • 2 years ago

Benito Mussolini and his wife Rachele (née Guidi) surrounded by their five children. Daughter Edda was the eldest child, born out of wedlock in 1910 (her parents did not marry until December 1915). Son Vittorio was born in 1916, Bruno in 1918 and Romano in 1927. Youngest daughter Anna Maria was born in 1929

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