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Antonio Pereira
(1908-1969) (true name Tomaso Ranier).
Born in Naples, 29 March 1908.

Italian anarchist. In 1928 forced into exile in France, then to Spain in 1932. July 19, 1936, in Barcelona, he was involved, with Durruti & Ascaso, in the attack on the Atarazanas barracks. Fought with the Ortiz column & continued fighting in Spain underground after Franco & his fascist forces defeated the Republicans.

Captured in October 1945, Pereira was sent to prison, but the Italian embassy intervened on his behalf & gained his release, allowing him to return to Italy, where he died 16 March 1969.

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