Aggregated Archives

Fund Arrigo Paladini (1944-2005).
Arrigo Paladini, roman officer of the royal Army during a clandestine mission in Rome, prisoner in Via Tasso, professor of literature at the National Boarding School in Rome and at the high school Pilo Alberrelli, was director of the Museum from 1986 to 1991.
The complex consists of documents, mostly, from the papers donated to the Museum by Arrigo Paladini’s widow, Elvira Paladini Sabbatini (teacher of literature and director of the Museum from 1991 to 2009), and a series of documents collected over time from the Museum about the activities that the same Paladini did, in the period of the Resistance, then, with the role of director of the institute.

The fund is composed of 19 archival units and is being implemented.

Bibliography: A. Paladini, Via Tasso, carcere nazista, Istituto poligrafico dello Stato, Roma 19…;  E. Sabbatini Paladini, Arrigo Paladini: il lungo cammino della Libertà, Edizioni Civitas-FIVL, Roma 1995


Fund Giuseppe Dosi ([1900 ca.]-1981).
Giuseppe Dosi, roman, Commissioner of Public Safety, in the course of his career he participated in several major investigations, took charge of the recovery of “Außenkommando”- Police Command cards and the German Security Service in Rome, from 1947 he was head of Italian Interpol.
It is a documentary fund concerning the all work of Giuseppe Dosi covering a time span ranging from the early years of the twentieth century until 1981. It collects the cards that bear witness to the events that marked the early years of the Italian twentieth century, the fascist period, the German occupation of Rome, the Second World War, the liberation of Rome, the Italian Interpol birth.
The archive consists of a number of documentary units related to the different aspects and topic of national and international interest, correspondence with prominent personalities and with investigators friends, journalists, writers, screenwriters.
The section is composed of 101 archival units. (The documentation is being analytic cataloging)


Fund Giannetto Barrera (1944-1947).

Giannetto Barrera, Roman, graduated in Law with a thesis on "racial laws and holy marriage with civil recognition”, on September 8, 1943 with his department participates in the battle of Porta San Paolo, then he begins to collaborate with the clandestine military Resistance Front. At end of the war he undertook the civil lawyer profession. In the 70s and 80s of the twentieth century he founded and chaired the COGIDAS (parents' committee for the democratic and anti-fascist initiative at the school), whose acts are at the IRSIFAR .
The fund, provided the summary list, covers a time span ranging from 1944 to 1947, is incomplete or otherwise not exhaustive about all activities of the producer. It contains correspondence, notes, documentation of illegal activity in particular of the organization of the Commissaries of the clandestine military Front and of the military political bureau. The documentation has been reorganized in chronological order based on the start date of the file. Almost all cases retain the original face with the relative title of the topic that they treat.
The section is composed of 21 archival units.


Fund Silverio Corvisieri (1944 - [1999])
Silverio Corvisieri journalist, italian historian and politician, was a leader of the new left workers Vanguard and Member of Parliament for proletarian Democracy and the PCI.
The documentary material, accompanied by a summary list, covers a time span ranging from 1944 to the nineties of the twentieth century. It refers mostly to documentation gathered and processed in connection with the studies carried out for the publication of three volumes: Bandiera rossa nella Resistenza romana, Roma, Odradek Edizioni, 2005, Il re, Togliatti e il Gobbo: 1944, la prima trama eversiva, Roma, Odradek Edizioni, 1998, Silverio Corvisieri, Il mago dei generali. Poteri occulti nella crisi del fascismo e della monarchia, Roma, Odradek Edizioni, 2001.
The documentation has been reorganized in chronological order based on the start date of the file. Almost all cases retain the original face with the relative title of the topic that they treat.

The fund is composed of 22 archival units. (The documentation is being analytic cataloging)

Fund Amedeo Coccia

Amedeo Coccia, a young catholic anti-fascist, was a member of the Communist Catholic Movement and editor of "Voce operaia", a clandestine movement newspaper. Engineer, at the bottom there are also some projects and professional papers.
The archival collection is ongoing reconnaissance.

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