domestic policing, now also studying police in peace operations. 8 However, authors examine civilian police rather than gendarmeries. 9 The focus here is on the Italian Arma dei Carabinieri , which has provided niche capabilities in between regular military forces and civilian police agencies

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

Jonathan Dunnage’s study of Mussolini’s policemen focuses on the ‘regular police’ of the Ministry of the Interior and to a much lesser extent on the more numerous Carabinieri of the War Ministry, the rough equivalents of the Schutzpolizei and Gendarmerie (the urban and rural branches

In: Fascism

Vittorio Emanuele II, also called ‘piazza Badia’, in the area of the caserma dei carabinieri, formerly the Monastero or Badia di Valverde). The same applies to the honorary inscriptions SEG 32 936/937 (dr.; survey ph. of the two bases on excavation). On the basis of prosopographical observations (tables of

In: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online

Conforti (La prevenzione e la repressione del traffics illecito di beni culturali) enhances the main and important outcomes of the activity of the Comando Carabinieri Tutela Patrimonio Artistico (Special police unit for the protection of cultural heritage), concerning both prevention and suppression of the

In: The Italian Yearbook of International Law Online

July 2002) p. 5. The other major controversy concerns the raid on the Scuola Diaz dormitory and the treatment of those detained in prison and carabinieri barracks. 3. S. Franz, Richiesta di archiviazione ( Procura della Repubblica di Genova , 2 December 2002). 4. It was made available to me two weeks

In: European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

Committees: 206 campagne de 1799: 132 Caporetto, bataille de: 25 Carabinieri: 224 catalogue d'exposition: 74, 75 CIA (Central Intelligence Agency): 85, 279 CICR (Comité International de la Croix-Rouge): 161, 177, 178 cinématographe: 80. 169 civils et guerre: 156 collaboration: 131, 173 colonies: 13, 39

In: International Bibliography of Military History

was missing a stamp. At that time there were other people waiting behind him. By a decision of 28 October 1994 the court rejected the request of the applicant as not being “absolutely necessary”. In the course of the investigation the carabinieri had done a reconstruction of the facts aiming to

In: Human Rights Case Digest

, 203, 220, 226, 227, 236, 245 Bombing 49 Borders 19, 40, 53, 199 Campaign 11, 19, 26, 27, 32, 33, 36, 66, 68, 85, 93, 94, 102, 105, 119, 129, 132, 169, 214, 223, 230 Capitulation 120 Carabinieri 164 Cavalry 110, 168 Chemical weapons 229 Civil War 68, 96, 107, 119, 139, 160 Civilians 2, 16, 49, 74, 76

In: International Bibliography of Military History

60 were field ob- servers, chosen from the ranks of the police, while the rest were office and support staff. Among the latter were also cooperation aid and social assis- tance workers. The Italian contingent, e.g., was composed of military police (Carabinieri) and experts in development aid (see

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

carabinieri enquiring about a missing painting by Giorgione. 8 The sheer scale of the phenomenon of the illegal outflow of artworks from Italy reached during these decades was, however, chiefly due to the engagement of ruthlessly ambitious dealers ever ready to invent elaborate schemes to furtively export a

In: Smuggling the Renaissance