Severino Di Giovanni
Severino Di Giovanni (1901-1931), Italian anarchist, moved to Argentina and became the most well-know Argentinian anarchist figure, mostly because of his violent actions.
Giovanni was born on March 17th 1901 in Abruzzo, Italy. He was raised in a post-war era (World War I) of hunger, poverty and wounded soldiers in the streets, and that had a huge impact in his ideals. Di Giovanni started rebelling against authority at a very young age. He was self-taught person, and learned of anarchism from the writings of Bakunin, Malatesta, Proudhon, and Elisee Reclus.
In Italy, Di Giovanni worked as an unofficial teacher and ...
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