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After World War II, Lucky Luciano was released early from prison because of his "aiding the American war effort." Luciano was immediately deported to Italy where he continued to run his crime family in America.

Anthony "Antonino" "Nino" Frank Gaggi (August 1925 – April was a captain in the New York Gambino crime family who supervised the infamous DeMeo crew, headed by Roy DeMeo. Gaggi is recogniseable by his distinctive orange tint sunglasses

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Organized crime was very powerfull during the time of prohibition . They brought alcohol from Canada to the state of Illinois . The head of this was the gangster Al Capone , consider one of the most powerful mobsters of all time .

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Sicilian Mafia gang La Cosa Nostra

Italy: Religious Procession Pays Homage to Mafia Don

Lucky Luciano, 1960

Browse 50 Years Since The Death Of Gangster Lucky Luciano latest photos. View images and find out more about 50 Years Since The Death Of Gangster Lucky Luciano at Getty Images.

Lucky Luciano

“ Sicilian-born New York mafia boss Charles ‘Lucky’ Luciano (right) walks handcuffed into the Supreme Court for the continuation of his vice trial, 1936 ”

Charles "Lucky" Luciano - gangster

Charles "Lucky" Luciano - gangster

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Reputed mobster Lucky Luciano chats with children in Rome's zoo, April 19, 1949.

Reputed mobster Lucky Luciano chats with children in Rome's zoo, April

John Gotti and Jack Giordano outside the Ravenite

John Gotti and Jack Giordano outside the Ravenite

Want to see Polar Bears in Canada? Read this to help plan your trip to Churchill!

As I try to stay warm on my Churchill Manitoba trip, I discover that the people of this tundra town spread warmth with their fiery spirit.

Charles “Lucky” Luciano (1897-1962) / visage / personnage / homme / couteauxtirés / expression / pluiesnuhiriennes

Charles “Lucky” Luciano infamous gangster considered the “father of mordern organized crime in the US”. Born in Sicily, Luciano moved to the US and began his rise during Prohibition. He later became one of the most powerful men in the mob.