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Do You Remember Me?
Renato Sermoneta remembers well when this picture was taken. He has a vivid memory of going to a photography studio in Trastevere with his twin brother, Salvatore; his older brother, Vittorio; and his cousins. The war was over and the kids were back at school. Still, nothing was as before the war: His father had been killed by the SS in the infamous Ardeatine Caves massacre, one of 335 people murdered in a reprisal action for a bomb placed by the Italian resistance against the Nazi occupation. Read more about Vittorio Sermoneta.
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