Dear Readers,

Liberation Day in Italy, known as "Festa della Liberazione", is celebrated on April 25th each year. This is a big event for all Italians because it commemorates the end of the Nazi occupation during World War II and the fall of Mussolini's Italian Social Republic in 1945. This day is a reminder and serves as a tribute to those who served in the Italian Resistance and reflects on the struggle for freedom and democracy. Moreover, it marks the victory of the Resistance movement, which consisted of Italian partisans who fought against the German forces and their fascist allies. It was the birth of the Italian Republic we have today.

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