Do You Remember Revolution? (Lorédana Bianconi, 1997)

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Four women defy the law of silence and speak out in  both frank and accurate fashion about their years as members of the Red Brigades, the largest communist terrorist organisation in post-war Italy. A personal discourse, averse to any myth, slogan or apology.

Do You Remember Revolution? (Lorédana Bianconi, 1997)
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