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The Bava Beccaris massacre, named after the Italian General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris, was the repression of widespread food riots in Milan, Italy, on 6–10 May 1898. In Italy the suppression of these demonstrations is also known as Fatti di Maggio (Events of May) or I moti di Milano del 1898 (the Milan riots of 1898). At least 80 demonstrators were killed, as well as two soldiers, and 450 wounded, according to government sources.

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  • Bava Beccaris massacre
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  • Le massacre de Milan ou massacre de Bava Beccaris est une tuerie au canon de manifestants protestant contre la cherté des produits alimentaires, en mai 1898, à Milan en Italie.
  • The Bava Beccaris massacre, named after the Italian General Fiorenzo Bava Beccaris, was the repression of widespread food riots in Milan, Italy, on 6–10 May 1898. In Italy the suppression of these demonstrations is also known as Fatti di Maggio (Events of May) or I moti di Milano del 1898 (the Milan riots of 1898). At least 80 demonstrators were killed, as well as two soldiers, and 450 wounded, according to government sources.
  • I moti di Milano furono una rivolta di una parte della popolazione di Milano contro il governo, che si svolse tra il 6 e il 9 maggio del 1898. Gli scontri avvennero a seguito di manifestazioni da parte di lavoratori che scesero in strada contro la polizia e i militari per protestare contro le condizioni di lavoro e l'aumento del prezzo del pane dei mesi precedenti, come avvenne anche in altre città italiane nello stesso periodo.
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  • 45.467777777777776 9.206944444444444
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  • Barricades of the rioters and intervention of the military, Milan 1898
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  • --05-10
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  • According to the government, there were 80 killed, as well as two soldiers, and 450 wounded. The opposition claimed 400 dead and more than 2,000 injured people.
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