Fasci di Azione Rivoluzionaria

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The Fasci di Azione Rivoluzionaria (Leagues of Revolutionary Action) abbreviated FAR, was an Italian neofascist paramilitary organization founded in 1946.wikipedia
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FAR was the first neofascist group in Italy which led an armed struggle after collapse of Fascist Regime.

Julius Evola

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Italian traditionalist philosopher Julius Evola was arrested in 1951 and tried.
He was a suspected to be an ideologist of the militant neofascist organization Fasci di Azione Rivoluzionaria.

Pino Romualdi

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As a fugitive he became involved in terrorist activity and in 1946 was a founder of the neo-fascist Fasci di Azione Rivoluzionaria.

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The Fasci di Azione Rivoluzionaria (Leagues of Revolutionary Action) abbreviated FAR, was an Italian neofascist paramilitary organization founded in 1946.

Neo-fascism

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The Fasci di Azione Rivoluzionaria (Leagues of Revolutionary Action) abbreviated FAR, was an Italian neofascist paramilitary organization founded in 1946.

Paramilitary

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The Fasci di Azione Rivoluzionaria (Leagues of Revolutionary Action) abbreviated FAR, was an Italian neofascist paramilitary organization founded in 1946.

Italian campaign (World War II)

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FAR was the first neofascist group in Italy which led an armed struggle after collapse of Fascist Regime.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Italy)

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Its members carried out armed attacks against Ministry of Foreign Affairs and US Embassy in Rome.

Traditionalist School

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Italian traditionalist philosopher Julius Evola was arrested in 1951 and tried.

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Years of Lead (Italy)

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1946 British Embassy bombing

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According to the historian of fascism Giuseppe Parlato, the Irgun had purchased from the post-war neofascist terrorist group FAR the explosives used for the attempt via the offices of its co-founder Pino Romualdi a fascist who had set up a secret repository of army munitions and explosives after war's end.