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The Red Brigades was a left-wing paramilitary organization, based in Italy, responsible for numerous violent incidents, including assassinations, kidnapping and ... More »

Red Brigade Terrorist Group


The Red Brigades was a Marxist-Leninist left wing terrorist group active in Italy in ... During their long history of political and at times somewhat random violence ...

The Red Brigades' History in Italy | Stratfor


Feb 11, 2014 ... The political transformations following World War I, including the rise of communism in Russia and fascist dictatorships in Germany and Italy, ...

Red Brigades | Italian militant organization | Britannica.com


Red Brigades. Italian militant organization. Written By: John Philip Jenkins. Last Updated: 12-7-2001 See Article History. Alternative Title: Brigate Rosse. Related  ...

Red Brigades | Mapping Militant Organizations


Sep 17, 1970 ... The Red Brigades was Italy's largest, longest lasting, and most broadly diffused ..... Caselli and della Porta, "The History of the Red Brigades: ...

The Red Brigade terrorizes Italy - Apr 18, 1974 - HISTORY.com


On this day in History, The Red Brigade terrorizes Italy on Apr 18, 1974. Learn more about what happened today on History.

An Historical Case Study of the Italian Red Brigades - Scholar ...


Political Terrorism: An Historical Case Study of the Italian Red Brigades. Author Biography. Victor H. Sundquist is currently serving as a Major in the United ...

BBC NEWS | Europe | Italy's history of terror


Jan 6, 2004 ... Italy has a history of politically motivated extremist groups, the most notorious of which was the Bologna-based, Marxist-Leninist Red Brigades.

The Italian Red Brigades - Jeffrey H Norwitz

www.jeffnorwitz.com/SiteAssets/book-chapters/02 The Italian Red Brigades.pdf

The origins of the Red Brigades can be traced back to the late 1960s at the University .... Smith: The Italian Red Brigades (1969—1984): Political Revolution and ...

Anatomy of the Red Brigades - H-Net Reviews


Anatomy of the Red Brigades: The Religious Mind-Set of Modern Terrorists. ... and the historical memory of the violence has not yet been seriously examined.[1] .