Action #10: Il Porto dell’amore
“The D'Annunzian movement is perfectly and profoundly revolutionary, because D'Annunzio is a revolutionary. Lenin even said so at the Moskow Congress.”
(Hon. Bombacci, La Tribuna, Rome, 30 dicember 1920).
During the months that the Fiume experiment lasted, almost all leftwing leaders (socialists, trade unionists, anarchists) in Italy and internationally drew comparisons with it, and the stances and opinions expressed often revealed openness rather than condemnation. Appreciation for the openings present in the Charter of Carnaro were expressed, for example, by the Hungarian Communist Miklós Sisa, the former people’s commissary in the government of Béla Kun.
(Giovanni Savegnago. Scheda critica del libro di Claudia Salaris Alla festa della rivoluzione. Artisti e libertari con D’Annunzio a Fiume, Il Mulino, Bologna 2002).
The “Celebration City” [HTML]
Free Love and Artificial Paradises [HTML]
The “Desperados” [HTML]
International acknowledgement [HTML]
Pirate Economy [HTML]
The Charter of Carnaro [HTML]
The Labarum [HTML]
The League of Fiume [HTML]
Bloody Christmas [HTML]