Violet Albina Gibson 1876 1956 photographic portrait 7 April 1926 attempted to the life of Benito Mussolini shooting to it a blow of gun to the escape from the palace of the Capitol where she had inaugurated a surgery conference. Mussolini was hit grazing remaining only slightly hurt to the nose. the attentatrice laboriously was removed to lynching and lead in police headquarters interrogated it did not reveal the reason of the attack crediting the thesis of the mental illness. Expelled from Italy and transferred in England where it remained until death in a lunatic asylum near Nottingham

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title: VIOLETTA GIBSON ATTENTARICE OF MUSSOLINI

subject date: 2009-12-14

caption: Violet Albina Gibson (1876 - 1956) photographic portrait, 7 April 1926 attempted to the life of Benito Mussolini, shooting to it a blow of gun to the escape from the palace of the Capitol, where she had inaugurated a surgery conference. Mussolini was hit grazing, remaining only slightly hurt to the nose. the attentatrice laboriously was removed to lynching, and lead in police headquarters; interrogated, it did not reveal the reason of the attack, crediting the thesis of the mental illness. Expelled from Italy and transferred in England, where it remained until death in a lunatic asylum near Nottingham

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