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1940s/1950s/Early 1960s Italian People's Magazines

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La Domenica del Corriere (The Sunday of the Corriere) was a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published on 8th January 1899. Its name was after the eminent Milan newspaper Corriere della Sera (The courier of the evening).
La Domenica del Corriere was the most popular Italian newsmagazine from its beginning to the 1960s.


22nd April 1956 - Grace Kelly and Prince Ranieri newly wed.


16th February 1958 - 100th anniversary of the first apparition of the Virgin Mary to Bernadette Soubirous in Lourdes (France).


4th September 1949 - Legendary Italian cycling champion Fausto Coppi World champion of track cycling.


17th February 1952 - H.M. Queen Elizabeth II.


11th November 1956 - The brave fight of Hungarian people against the Soviet invasion.


4th October 1959 - Nikita Khrushcev and Dwight Eisenhower.


1st February 1959 - The hugely successful Italian TV show Il Musichiere.


30th September 1962 - In Duas Pontas (Belo Horizonte, Brazil), a 9-year old boy reports that his father was kidnapped by aliens. Then do they exist?
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Tempo (Time) was a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published on 9th June 1939 (although on the cover there is the date of the 1st June 1939).


27th January 1955 - Doris Day.


2nd February 1952 - Gina Lollobrigida.


2nd December 1961 - Cyd Charisse.


13th October 1951 - Jeanne Crain.


25th October 1953 - Jean Peters.


29th September 1951 - Italian revue and comedy star Isa Barzizza.


30th July 1953 - Italian movie star Silvana Pampanini, with a 3-D pictorial inside.


19th November 1953 - Italian revue and comedy star Lauretta Masiero.


13th June 1940 - Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini: WAR!.
On 10th June 1940, Italy declares war to France and Great Britain.
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Radiocorriere (Radio-courier) was the official weekly magazine of the Italian national broadcaster, both as EIAR and as RAI. The first issue was published in January 1925 with the name Radio Orario (Radio timetable). The name was changed in Radiorario in 1926, then in Radiocorriere in 1930.


29th May 1938 - Cover featuring a commercial ad.


8th January 1950 - Italian revue and comedy star Macario.


27th January 1957 - Legendary Italian classical and opera music conductor Arturo Toscanini dies.


23rd June 1957 - Maria Callas, as Maria Meneghini Callas.


26th January 1958 - Italian comedy stars Alessandra Panaro (left) and Lorella De Luca, co-presenters of the hugely successful TV show Il Musichiere.


19th July 1959 - Italian crooner Fred Buscaglione.


27th November 1960 - Abbe Lane.


8th October 1961 - German variety stars Ellen and Alice Kessler.


9th December 1962 - Italian revue and comedy star Walter Chiari, presenter of the 1962-1963 season of the hugely successful TV variety show Studio Uno.


9th February 1964 - Italian classic vocal pop group Quartetto Cetra in their hugely successful TV variety show Biblioteca di Studio Uno.
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Famiglia Cristiana (Christian family) is a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published in 1931. It is the main Catholic newsmagazine and, in general, one of the best selling magazines in Italy.


22nd December 1940 - Christmas 1940, with a prayer to the Infant Jesus.


9th March 1941 - The Pope teacher of truth.
The Pope (Pius XII) is called Pontefice, after the Latin word Pontifex.


30th March 1941 - Jesus suffering in the Gethsemane Garden.


8th December 1957.


19th July 1959.


10th January 1960.


15th October 1961.


24th June 1962.


21st April 1963.
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Oggi (Today) is a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published in 1939. The magazine was re-established in 1945.
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Epoca (Age, in historic sense) was a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published on 14th October 1950. It was the most successful post-war magazine.
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La Settimana Incom Illustrata (The illustrated Incom week) was a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published on 4th December 1948. Its name was after La Settimana Incom, the most popular Italian newsreel in the post-war years.


16th October 1954 - Esther Williams.


1st January 1955 - Ava Gardner.


18th December 1954 - Janet Leigh.


12th February 1949 - Ingrid Bergman will come soon to Italy.
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Settimo Giorno (Seventh day) was a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published in 1947.
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Le Ore (The hours) was a weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published on 16th May 1953.


1st August 1953 - Cover featuring Marilyn Monroe (the only hope of Hollywood) and free 3-D glasses.


11th December 1954 - Donna Reed.


18th September 1954 - Leslie Caron.


8th January 1955 - Italian movie star Antonella Lualdi.
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TV Sorrisi e Canzoni (TV smiles and songs) is a weekly showbiz magazine whose first issue was published in October 1952 (the only issue published in that year). The regular publication started in June 1953.
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Visto (Seen) is a weekly magazine focused on gossip and showbiz news, whose first issue was published on 8th November 1952.
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La Settimana Enigmistica (The puzzle week) is a weekly puzzle magazine whose first issue was published on 23th January 1932. It is one of the best selling periodicals in Italy.


20th June 1959 - Elsa Martinelli.


15th October 1960 - John Wayne.


11th March 1961 - Joan Blackman.


3rd March 1962 - Marcello Mastroianni.


20th January 1962 - Italian comedy star Alberto Sordi.
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Selected Italian people's magazines from the 1940s, the 1950s and the early 1960s.

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