Nino Oxilia

In Via Garibaldi 9/bis was born Nino Oxilia (1889-1917), author of "Giovinezza", hymn of law graduates of 1909, then of fascism, and of "Addio Giovinezza" the magazine that celebrates the epic of students and craftswomen. Exponent of the Turin bohème of the early twentieth century, was a twilight poet, screenwriter and director of eight films, died in combat in the First World War.

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