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Armistice between Italy and Allied armed forces

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  1. an armistice signed on September 3 and publicly declared on September 8, 1943, during World War II, between Italy and the Allied armed forces, who were then occupying the southern half of the country, entailing the capitulation of Italy

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  2. also referred to in Italy as the Armistizio di Cassibile (from the place in which it was signed) or the Armistizio dell'8 Settembre (more simply 8 Settembre)

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  3. A confirmation telegram was sent to the Allies

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  4. Following the 1942 defeat of the Axis Powers in North Africa, the Allies bombed Rome on Sunday 16 May 1943, invaded Sicily on 10 July and began to land on the Italian mainland on 3 September 1943

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  5. In particular, three Italian generals (including Giuseppe Castellano) were separately sent to Lisbon in order to contact Allied diplomats

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