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"Tempo"_28 (Italian Magazine)

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Arm in arm Bruna Coppi and Giulia Occhini (9th February 1960).
Bruna Ciampolini married legendary cycling champion Fausto Coppi on 22nd November 1945; they had a daughter, Marina, born in 1947. In 1953, Fausto Coppi met Giulia Occhini, who was already married, and they began a love story that caused a scandal and had also legal consequences. In 1955, Fausto Coppi and Giulia Occhini had a son, Angelo Fausto (called Faustino).
Fausto Coppi died for complications due to malaria on 2nd January 1960: in December 1959 he took part in an exhibition race and a safari hunting in Burkina Fasu (then Haute-Volta).
The science of hormones (13th July 1939).
Hamlet under the stars (3rd August 1939).
Scandinavian States (19th October 1939).
Italian football: Aldo Boffi (14th December 1939).
Aldo Boffi was a striker, highlighted in the late 1930s and in the early 1940s. He won the Serie A Capocannoniere (Golden Boot, but literally Head cannon shooter) in 1938-1939 (with Ettore Puricelli), in 1939-1940 and in 1941-1942.
Journey to Albania (21st December 1939).
76-page special issue - Eight in colors on Vatican City (28th March 1940).
Wheat is ripe (24th July 1941).
Wheat is ripe (18th June 1942).
Freedom is responsibility (5th August 1943).
The workers' cathedral (9th February 1946).
Mrs. Bartali in Viareggio. Above, on the right: The model family of the winner of Tour de France (31st July 1948).
Legendary cycling champion Gino Bartali won Tour de France in 1938 and in 1948. He married Adriana Bani on 14th November 1940 and they had three children: Andrea, Luigi and Bianca.
The embrace at the border barrier. Above, on the right: Diplomats returning from Russia after six years of imprisonment (14th October 1950).
Edith Toussan: the Lady of the sundress (25th November 1950).
On 21st July 1950, in a restaurant in the centre of Rome, Edith Mingoni Toussan was insulted by an eminent member of Italian Parlament because she was wearing a sundress. The politician was challenged to a duel by both the husband and the father of the lady, but he refused to fight. Revue and comedy star Antonio De Curtis (aka Totรฒ) wrote a letter to the politician (then published by a newspaper), accusing him of cowardice.
The story was also discussed in the Parliament.
Russians in Florence in secret (30th June 1951)
A performance of the Russian Ballet, led by prima ballerina assoluta Galina Ulanova, in Florence.
The death of the mighty Morodi (25th September 1951).
A civil shame - Hospitals in Italy are the worst in Europe (16th November 1963).
French-Italian classic vocal pop star Dalida (real name: Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti): Sensational - Dalida tells how she was torn to death - The dramatic photographs hour by hour in exclusivity for "Tempo" (4th April 1967).
On 26th February, in Paris, Dalida attempted suicide, one month after the suicide of Italian singer-songwriter Luigi Tenco, her lover.

Tempo (Time) was an Italian weekly newsmagazine whose first issue was published on 7th June 1939 (although the date of the 1st June 1939 is printed on the cover). It was published by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (Arnoldo Mondadori Publishing) from 1939 to 1946; from this year, it was published by Aldo Palazzi Editore.
Tempo was one of the most popular Italian newsmagazines from the 1940s to the 1960s.
Above: cover of the first issue, about the daily work of a miner.

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