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Vannacci appointed chief of staff of the land operational forces command

At the center of some controversy after the self-publishing of his book "The world upside down", he was dismissed from his position as commander of the Military Geographical Institute

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Roberto Vannacci starting tomorrow, Monday 4 December, he will be transferred to Rome where, in the next few days, he will assume the role of chief of staff of the land operational forces command/army operational command. The Gazzetta di Lucca writes it. Vannacci, at the center of some controversy after the self-publishing of his book "The World in Reverse", had been dismissed from his position as commander of the Military Geographical Institute.


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