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"Tempo"_29 (Italian Magazine)

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His Holiness Pope Paulus VI: The new Pope (6th July 1963).
Pope Paulus VI was the successor of Pope Ioannes XXIII, who died on 3rd June 1963. He was elected in the Conclave from 19th to 21st June 1963.
The Italian Navy before and after the peace treaty (15th February 1947).
On the cover: diplomat and senator Count Carlo Sforza, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Italy from 15th June 1920 to 4th July 1921 and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Italy from 2nd February 1947 to 16th July 1951.
The doormen's politics - Survey in the ministries' ground floor (22nd March 1947).
On the cover: The doorman of De Nicola.
Enrico De Nicola was the provisional Head of State of the Republic of Italy from 1st July 1946 to 1st January 1948, and the first President of the Republic from 1st January to 12th May 1948.
The dance of Tito (10th July 1948).
Josip Broz, known with his nom de guerre Tito, was Prime Minister of Yugoslavia from 2nd November 1944 to 29th June 1963 and President (then President for Life) of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 14th January 1953.
Breathless struggle at the Kravčenko trial. On the cover: Kravčenko: second round (5th February 1949).
Viktor Andrijovyč Kravčenko was a Soviet diplomat and defector, who requested political asylum in the U.S.A. in 1944.
He wrote a book about his experience as a Soviet officer, I choose freedom, published in 1946. In 1947, the French Communist weekly Les Lettres Françaises accused Kravčenko of being a liar and a spy and he sued them for defamation. The trial took place in Paris in 1949 and the court ruled that Kravčenko had been libeled.
In 1966, Kravčenko was found dead for a guhshot to his head in his apartment in Manhattan: the case was officially considered as a suicide.
French statesman Robert Schuman and Italian movie star Isa Miranda: The handshake between Schuman and Isa Miranda (26th November 1949).
Robert Schuman was the Prime Minister of France from 24th November 1947 to 19th July 1948.
U.S. President Harry S. Truman: Peace or war? (9th December 1950).
General Wu and Russian Malik in Lake Success (16th December 1950).
Iakov Alexandrovich Malik was a Soviet diplomat, ambassador to the United Nations from 1948 to 1952.
Lake Success (NY) hosted the temporary headquarters of the United Nations after the WWII.
Italian Prime Minister Alcide De Gasperi and his wife, Francesca Romani: The De Gasperis (26th January 1952).
Alcide De Gasperi was Prime Minister from 10th December 1945 to 19th August 1953 and provisional Head of State from 18th June to 28th June 1946. He was the founder of Italy's DC-Democrazia Cristiana (Christian Democracy party) and one of the Founding Fathers of the European Union, with French Prime Minister Robert Schuman and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
From the Earth to the Moon - 1955 in the world.
Peace or war from the sky - 1957 in the world.
Jacqueline Kennedy - I will devote my life to my children (14th December 1963).
U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated on 22nd November 1963 in Dallas (Texas).
Oswald did not shoot - The Buchanan Report published in Europe. Above, on the right: The whole truth on the assassination of Kennedy (21st March 1964).
Thomas Buchanan's Who killed Kennedy? is considered as the first book about the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy alleging a conspiracy. Part of it was published as a series of articles in French weekly newsmagazine L'Express in the early 1964 and the whole book in May in the same year.
Thomas Buchanan demolishes the Warren Report on the death of John Kennedy (14th October 1964).
Here is the war as I saw with my own eyes - By Luigi Romersa. Above, on the right: General Franco Donati - Who can beat Israel today?. Below, on the right: Already at work the bulldozers in the front of the Wailing Wall (27th June 1967).
Luigi Romersa was an Italian journalist, writer and a war correspondent during the WWII.



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 (1st June 1939).

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