The Info List - Marshal Of Italy

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Marshal of Italy
Marshal of Italy
(Italian: Maresciallo d'Italia) was a rank in the Italian Royal Army (Regio Esercito). Originally created in 1924 by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini
Benito Mussolini
for the purpose of honoring Generals Luigi Cadorna
Luigi Cadorna
and Armando Diaz, the rank was granted to several other general officers from 1926 to 1943. The rank was the highest in the Italian Army prior to the creation of the rank of First Marshal of the Empire in 1938. The rank of Marshal of Italy
Marshal of Italy
was abolished in 1946 with the creation of the Republic of Italy. The equivalent Royal Navy (Regia Marina) rank was Grand Admiral
Grand Admiral
(Grande Ammiraglio), while the equivalent Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) rank was Marshal of the Air Force (Maresciallo dell'Aria), all of them abolished for the Armed Forces of the Republic of Italy.[1] Lists of the Marshals of Italy[edit] Marshals of Italy:

Luigi Cadorna
Luigi Cadorna
(November 4, 1924) Armando Diaz
Armando Diaz
(November 4, 1924) Emanuele Filiberto, 2nd Duke of Aosta
Emanuele Filiberto, 2nd Duke of Aosta
(June 25, 1926) Pietro Badoglio
Pietro Badoglio
(June 25, 1926) Enrico Caviglia
Enrico Caviglia
(June 25, 1926) Gaetano Giardino (June 25, 1926) Guglielmo Pecori Giraldi
Guglielmo Pecori Giraldi
(June 25, 1926) Emilio De Bono
Emilio De Bono
(November 16, 1935) Rodolfo Graziani
Rodolfo Graziani
(May 9, 1936) Ugo Cavallero
Ugo Cavallero
(July 1, 1942) Ettore Bastico
Ettore Bastico
(August 12, 1942) Umberto II
Umberto II
(October 29, 1942) Giovanni Messe
Giovanni Messe
(May 12, 1943)

See also[edit]

Marshal (Italy)
Marshal (Italy)
– an intermediate rank between sergeants and officers. First Marshal of the Empire Italo Balbo
Italo Balbo
– Marshal of the Air Force Paolo Thaon di Revel
Paolo Thaon di Revel
– Grand Admiral


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