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Eugenio Maggi

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Eugenio Maggi ( Genoa , 19 July 1919 - Genoa , 2003 ) was an Italian anarchist and anti-fascist.


Maggi was a working class man of the San Giorgio, Sestri Ponente, Genoa. Sometime late in the war he joined the anti-fascist Resistance as an anarchist partisan. He was in Errico Malatesta's formation and in the Alpron Brigade. Arrested on 24 July 1944 in Sestri Ponente, detained in the police headquarters in Genoa and in the San Vittore prison in Milan, on 7 September 1944 he was deported to the concentration camp at Flossenbürg.

In October 1944 he was transferred to the sub-camp of Kottern, belonging to the concentration camp of Dachau , where he was registered under matriculation no. 116335, and intended for forced labor in the factory where the V2 flying bombs were built. After being transferred to the main camp of Dachau on April 10, 1945, he was liberated by US Army units on April 29, 1945.


The boundaries of the lager , by Alberto Piccini ( Mursia , 2004)

The book of deportees ( Mursia , 2009)

Resistance Tables , edited by Sergio Badino (Tunué, 2010)

Voices from the lager , edited by Mario Avagliano and Marco Palmieri ( Einaudi , 2012)


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