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28. Milla Edoardo

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Edoardo Milla was born to Virginio Milla and Luisa Tedeschi Magnani. Among many merits of Milla's mother, the letter cites her founding of the Hygiene Awareness Association in Milan and her membership in various organizations that assisted victims' families during the Great War, for which activity she received many recognitions, whose copies were attached to the original application. Luisa Tedeschi Magnani's daughter rendered similar services during WWI, for which she too was awarded merit certificates and medals. Tacchi Venturi supported Milla's application in a letter to Secretary Le Pera, but no governmental response is to be found in Milla's file. The Jesuit's archive contains, too, the application of Angelo Milla from the same city of Milan and of Guido Milla of Florence, but the lack of biographical details in the preserved documents does not allow us their blood relations to be established.

Keywords:Luisa Tedeschi Magnani; Milla Edoardo; Tacchi Venturi

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