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Giussano Giussano received the honorary title of city with a presidential decree on 22 October 1987.
Giussano Giussano borders the following municipalities: Inverigo, Carugo, Arosio, Briosco, Mariano Comense, Carate Brianza, Verano Brianza, Seregno.
Giussano Giussano is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Monza and Brianza in the Italian region Lombardy, located about north of Milan.
Alberto da Giussano Despite the legend, the real condottiero who took part in the battles of the Lombard League was Guido da Landriano. A tradition, probably fabricated by 14th century Milanese chroniclers, attributes Alberto the deed of forming the "Company of Death" that defended the "Carroccio" of the League at the Battle of Legnano. The first historical citation of his name is in 1196. He is thought to have been a "notaro" and a "podestà".
Giussano-class cruiser Meant to hunt down and overwhelm the big French destroyers, the emphasis on firepower and speed resulted in these ships being virtually unprotected against gunfire and underwater threats; this was a major factor in all four ships being sunk by torpedoes.
Alberto da Giussano Alberto da Giussano was a Lombard legendary Guelph warrior during the wars of the Lombard League against Frederick Barbarossa in the 12th century.
Giussano-class cruiser Between the World Wars, the world powers started a rush to gain the supremacy on the seas. In 1926, France started to produce the of destroyers, which were superior in displacement and firepower to other destroyers of that period. To counter the French menace, the "Regia Marina" decided to produce a new class of cruiser that would be of intermediate size between the new French destroyer class and cruisers. The Italian ships equated to the British cruisers.
Alberto da Giussano Italian political party Lega Nord makes use of his myth. The electoral emblem of the party features Alberto with an image inspired by the statue of him erected at Legnano in 1900. Also the infantry brigade "Legnano " of the Italian Army used the image of this statue as symbol.
Giussano-class cruiser The "Alberto da Giussano" class of light cruisers were a sub-class of the built before World War II for the Italian "Regia Marina", to gain predominance in the Mediterranean Sea. They were designed by general Giuseppe Vian and were named after Condottieri (military commanders) of the Italian Mediaeval and Renaissance periods.
Giussano-class cruiser There were 4 ships, all laid down in 1928: , , and .