Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris
Italian general, especially remembered for his brutal repression of riots in Milan in 1898, known as the Bava Beccaris massacre.- Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris
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The King of Italy from 9 January 1878 until his assassination on 29 July 1900.
During the colonial wars in Africa, large demonstrations over the rising price of bread were held in Italy and on 7 May 1898, the city of Milan was put under military rule by General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris, who ordered rifle-fire and artillery against the demonstrators.
Town and comune of Piedmont, northern Italy.
Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris (1831–1924), a general, especially remembered for the Bava Beccaris massacre was born in Fossano.
The Bava Beccaris massacre, named after the Italian General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris, was the repression of widespread food riots in Milan, Italy, on 6–10 May 1898.
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On 7 May in Milan, the government declared the state of siege and gave full powers to general Fiorenzo Bava-Beccaris, who ordered to open fire against the crowd.
Italian-American anarchist who assassinated King Umberto I of Italy on July 29, 1900.
While Bresci was influenced by Ciancabilla and the continued suppression of popular revolt in Italy, he was particularly affected by the 1898 Bava Beccaris massacre, in which dozens of people were murdered during the Milanese bread riots over the rising price of bread, for which the king awarded a medal to General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris.
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In response infantry, cavalry and artillery were brought into the city and General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris ordered his troops to fire on demonstrators.
Events from the year 1898 in Italy.
May 7–9 – Bread riots in Milan, Florence and Livorno, in which many people are killed. Martial law is proclaimed. The Bava Beccaris massacre, named after the Italian General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris, quells widespread riots in Milan. On May 9, 1898, the troops used artillery to breach the walls of a monastery outside Porta Monforte, but they found inside only a group of beggars who had come to receive assistance from the friars. According to the government, there were 118 dead and 450 wounded. The opposition claimed 400 dead and more than 2,000 injured people. Filippo Turati of the Italian Socialist Party was arrested, accused of inspiring the riots. In July 1900, King Umberto I of Italy was assassinated by the anarchist Gaetano Bresci who claimed to avenge the victims of the repression and the offense given by the decoration awarded to General Bava Beccaris.
Events in the year 1924 in the Kingdom of Italy.
8 April – Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris, general, known for the Bava Beccaris massacre (b. 1831)
Decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1890, and ended on December 31, 1899.
1898: The Bava Beccaris massacre in Milan, Kingdom of Italy. On May 5, 1898, workers organized a strike to demonstrate against the government of Antonio Starabba, Marchese di Rudinì, Prime Minister of Italy, holding it responsible for the general increase of prices and for the famine that was affecting the country. The first blood was shed that day at Pavia, when the son of the mayor of Milan was killed while attempting to halt the troops marching against the crowd. After a protest in Milan the following day, the government declared a state of siege in the city. Infantry, cavalry and artillery were brought into the city and General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris ordered his troops to fire on demonstrators. According to the government, there were 118 dead and 450 wounded. The opposition claimed 400 dead and more than 2,000 injured people. Filippo Turati, one of the founder of the Italian Socialist Party, was arrested and accused of inspiring the riots.
Masculine Italian given name.
Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris (1831–1924), Italian general