Arditi

Arditi was the name adopted by Royal Italian Army elite storm troops of World War I. The name derives from the Italian verb ardire (`to dare`) and translates as `The Daring Ones`. Reparti d`assalto (Assault Units) were formed in the summer of 1917 by Colonel Bassi, and were assigned the tactical role of shock troops, breaching enemy defenses ...
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Arditi

a group of elite soldiers used by Italy during World War I. The blackshirt and fez of the Arditi were adopted by the Italian Fascists as symbols of Italian Fascism.
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