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"Tempo"_World War II (Italian Magazine)

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WAR! (13th June 1940).
On 10th June 1940, Italy declares war to France and Great Britain.
On the cover: Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini.
Soviet armies in Poland (21st September 1939).
The invasion of Poland took place from 1st September to 6th October 1939. The German invasion began on 1st September and the Soviet invasion on 17th September. The campaign ended on 6th October with Germany and the Soviet Union dividing and annexing Poland under the terms of the German-Soviet Frontier Treaty.
Weapons and armed of Italy (30th November 1939).
Italian bombers (6th June 1940).
Northern Africa (27th June 1940).
Italo Balbo (4th July 1940).
General Italo Balbo, Italy's Maresciallo dell'Aria (Marshal of the Air Force) and Governor of Italian Libya, died on 28th June 1940: his airplane was shot down over Tobruch by Italian anti-aircraft guns.
Alpini on Mont Blanc (11th July 1940).
Alpini are an elite mountain warfare of the Italian Army.
Lookout on the sea (1st August 1940).
Returning from a victorious action (8th August 1940).
Pointing at the enemy (15th August 1940).
Towards Berbera (22nd August 1940).
From 1884 to 1941, Berbera was the capital of the British Somaliland protectorate.
Heavy machine guns of a cruiser (29th August 1940).
Lancers (3rd October 1940).
Youth of the Axis (17th October 1940).
72 page special issue on - Great Italy (24th October 1940).
On the cover: Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini.
Lookout of a cruiser (31st October 1940).
Roosevelt's America and the Tripartite Pact (21st November 1940).
The Tripartite Pact was an agreement between Germany, Italy and Japan signed in Berlin on 27th September 1940. The alliance was also joined by Hungary (20th November 1940), Romania (23rd November 1940), Slovakia (24th November 1940), Bulgaria (1st March 1941) and Yugoslavia (25th March 1941). After Yugoslavia had joined the Pact, a coup d'etat took place in Belgrade: Yugoslavia was invaded by Italy and Germany and partitioned. The resulting state of Croatia joined the Pact on 15th June 1941.
Cannons on the sea (9th January 1941).
Maritime power and war at sea (31st July 1941).
Italian Air Force in Russia (16th October 1941).
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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 newsmagazine from the 1940s to the 1960s.
Above: cover of the first issue, about the daily work of a miner.

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