Boves, Piedmont

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Comune in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 80 km south of Turin and about 6 km south of Cuneo.

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Borgo San Dalmazzo

Comune (municipality) in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 80 km south of Turin and about 8 km southwest of Cuneo.

Borgo San Dalmazzo borders the following municipalities: Boves, Cuneo, Gaiola, Moiola, Roccasparvera, Roccavione, Valdieri, and Vignolo.

Cuneo

City and comune in Piedmont, Northern Italy, the capital of the province of Cuneo, the fourth largest of Italy’s provinces by area.

19th-century image of Cuneo
Piazza Galimberti, the city's main square

Cuneo is bounded by the municipalities of Beinette, Borgo San Dalmazzo, Boves, Busca, Caraglio, Castelletto Stura, Centallo, Cervasca, Morozzo, Peveragno, Tarantasca and Vignolo.

Limone Piemonte

Comune (municipality) in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 100 km south of Turin and about 20 km south of Cuneo, on the border with France.

Limone in the spring period

Limone Piemonte borders the following municipalities: Boves, Briga Alta, Chiusa di Pesio, Entracque, La Brigue (France), Peveragno, Tende (France), Vernante, Robilante, Roccavione, Borgo San Dalmazzo.

Vernante

Comune in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 90 km south of Turin and about 15 km south of Cuneo.

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Vernante borders the following municipalities: Boves, Entracque, Limone Piemonte, Roaschia, and Robilante.

Robilante

Comune in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 90 km south of Turin and about 10 km southwest of Cuneo.

Administrative divisions of Italy:
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Robilante borders the following municipalities: Boves, Roaschia, Roccavione, and Vernante.

Castello di Godego

Town and comune with 6,329 inhabitants in the province of Treviso, Italy, Veneto region.

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Boves massacre

The League of Nations assembly, held in Geneva, Switzerland, 1930

The Boves massacre (Eccidio di Boves) was a World War II war crime that took place on 19 September 1943 in the comune of Boves, Italy.

German war crimes

The governments of the German Empire and Nazi Germany (under Adolf Hitler) ordered, organized and condoned a substantial number of war crimes, first in the Herero and Namaqua genocide and then in the First and Second World Wars.

Women and children removed from a bunker by SS men during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising for deportation to a death camp
Aerial photograph of a German gas attack on the Eastern Front of World War I. Lethal poison gas was first introduced by Germany and subsequently utilized by the other major belligerents in violation of the Hague Convention IV of 1907
Depiction of the execution of civilians in Blégny by Évariste Carpentier
The relatives and helpers of Czech resistance fighters Jan Kubiš and Josef Valčík executed en masse on October 24, 1942
Burned out cars and buildings still litter the remains of the original village in Oradour-sur-Glane, as left by Das Reich SS division
Hartheim Euthanasia Centre, where over 18,000 people were killed in Action T4
Massacre of Kondomari in Greece, June 1941
A body lies in the via Rasella, Rome, during the round up of civilians by Italian collaborationist soldiers and German troops after the partisan bombing on 13 March 1944.
The anti-Jewish pogrom in Kaunas, in which thousands of Jews were killed in the last few days of June 1941
Man showing corpse of a starved infant in the Warsaw ghetto, 1941
A column of Polish civilians being led by German troops through Wolska Street in early August 1944.
German police shooting women and children from the Mizocz Ghetto, 14 October 1942
Film footage taken by the Polish Underground showing the bodies of women and children murdered by SS troops in Warsaw, August 1944.
A victim of starvation in besieged Leningrad in 1941

Boves massacre, 8 September 1943, Boves, Mass killing of 23 citizens (with another 22 wounded) by German 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler occupation troops under Joachim Peiper

Occitan Valleys

[[File:Map_of_Occitan_Valleys_-_Italy_-_according_to_Law_482-1999_declarations.svg|thumb|500px|Map of the Occitan Valleys

Tenda is one of the alpine areas where Brigasc is still spoken

Its major towns are Lo Borg Sant Dalmatz (Borgo San Dalmazzo), Buscha (Busca), Boves (Bueves) and Draonier (Dronero).

Alpine Brigade "Taurinense"

Light Infantry brigade of the Italian Army, specializing in Mountain Combat.

Coat of Arms of the Alpine Brigade "Taurinense"
A Regiment "Nizza Cavalleria" (1st) Centauro column on exercise in Cincu, Romania 2019
Current structure of the brigade
3rd Alpini Regiment mortar platoon
1st Field Artillery Regiment (Mountain) on exercise
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Alpini Battalion "Cadore", in Boves