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The Italian Anti-Bolshevik Front (Italian: Fronte Antibolscevico Italiano, abbreviated FAI) was a political organization Sicily, one of several fascist groups that surged in Italy in the years following the end of the Second World War. The organization was led by Franz Navarra Viggiani. The organization contested the 1948 parliamentary election in the Palermo-Trapani-Agrigento-Caltanissetta constituency. It obtained 2,756 votes (0.26% of the votes in the constituency).

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  • The Italian Anti-Bolshevik Front (Italian: Fronte Antibolscevico Italiano, abbreviated FAI) was a political organization Sicily, one of several fascist groups that surged in Italy in the years following the end of the Second World War. The organization was led by Franz Navarra Viggiani. The organization contested the 1948 parliamentary election in the Palermo-Trapani-Agrigento-Caltanissetta constituency. It obtained 2,756 votes (0.26% of the votes in the constituency).
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  • The Italian Anti-Bolshevik Front (Italian: Fronte Antibolscevico Italiano, abbreviated FAI) was a political organization Sicily, one of several fascist groups that surged in Italy in the years following the end of the Second World War. The organization was led by Franz Navarra Viggiani. The organization contested the 1948 parliamentary election in the Palermo-Trapani-Agrigento-Caltanissetta constituency. It obtained 2,756 votes (0.26% of the votes in the constituency).
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