WHO WE ARE Everyone knows that on 8 July 1919 a group of reduces of the First World War found the National Alpine Association in Milan. After the dramatic events experienced, they still wanted to be united, remembering non-vile things carried out together, honoring the Naja served with dignity and with the pen on the hat, keep the moral and civil values ​​that man expresses in WarREsche vicissives. But the founders - most of whom resident in Milan - did not think at all to set up a "Milan" section. In Milan there were! And therefore, if the seat is in Milan, what need is there a section of Milan? The founders imitated the associative structure of the Italian Touring Club, which does not provide sections but only associated with individual title. Thus a situation is created at least "particular": it was inevitable that the vote of residents in Milan was clearly prevalent in the assemblies, which were held in Milan as a national office. This led to consolidate and continue the leading management. Valga As an example the fact that, being the majority of voting members belonging to the 5th alpine, in the first board of directors of the association, 11 members came from the 5th alpine and 6 were expressed by all the other regiments together. But in the association - in which sections were immediately sorted - there was a contemporary ferment due to the management system. At the Extraordinary Assembly of the Association of 25 March 1923 the Delegate Operti di Torino proposes the creation of a section in Milan and the vote for sectional delegates, "because the Governing Council is the expression not of the 825 members resident in Milan, but 6000 Scattered throughout Italy ". After the institution of the authoritarian regime followed by the advent at the power of the fascist party, in June 1928, the regime arranged the transfer - as for numerous other national bodies and associations - of the registered office, with a presidency and board of directors, in Rome . And it goes well, this is also a naia ... there is a famous vignette of Novello (hanging on the wall in a frame at the right side of the entrance to the sectional secretariat) that recalls the transfer to Rome of the office: in the background the cathedral, an alpine facing ad Another says: "See? The advice of the.n.a. He moved to Rome: patience, let's work ". The transfer decision to Rome creates inconvenience in Milan, badly, ferments. It also comes to threatening, by the "Milanese", the split by protest against the transfer. It carries out on that occasion a providential work to talk about the bad humors, Giulio Bazzi, who manages to sample the scission templates. Spicco character, was among the founders of the Association and immediately vice president of the same. Valiant fighter (a silver medal, one of bronze, two crosses to the value) did not want the presidency of the constituenda section of Milan to emphasize the spirit of service with which he fulfilled his task, assuming his regency until 16 June 1929. President of the Milan Section was then appointed Gustavo Oneto, who stayed in office from 19 July 1929 to 15 January 1931; The col. Antonio Negri Cesi, valiant fighter of the First World War. Here we must humbly make a public confession: for a long time, the documentation is almost non-existent. It is true, and it's fine, that the alpines are by nature enemies of paperwork. However, even in these sacrosancy enmities, it takes moderation. The documents are not replaceable with personal memory, it is an obligation we have towards the future. PUJING AND REFLOWING, some RACIMULATED NEWS Here and there: from "the Alpine" of 10 February 1930 you have the news that the section of Milan has proliferated two subsections (criterion and term then used): Busto Arsizio and Gallarate; From "the Alpine" of April 1 of the same year we learn that the Besozzo group was established on 11 March; From the same newspaper there is news of the establishment of the Sesto San Giovanni Group. From "The Alpine" of 1 October 1930: the Commanders of the Lombard sections have that the sections of Abbiategrasso and Monza become subsections to the dependencies of Milan. It should be noted that a group had arisen in 1922 in Abbiategrasso. On 1 January 1935, the Sesto San Giovanni Group is set up in subsection, under the guidance of his good parent company Oddone Savoia, who in 1936 had to give up the charge because not enrolled in the fascist party. The subsection of Sesto in 1935 prolifera the group of Cinisello Balsamo. The col. Antonio Negri Cesi remains president until 1938: in 1939 the ten happens to him. with the. Giovanni Carulli, who remains in office until September 8, 1943, a damn date of the general shaft. From a "sheet of orders" of 15 April 1939 we learn that the Milan section has become a Milan battalion, having as commanded (ie president) the TEN. Col. Giannino Carulli. The subsections are called companies: Busto Arsizio, Cassano, Gallarate, Legnano, Lodi, Monza, Sesto S. Giovanni. The groups are called Plotoni: Abbiategrasso, Carate Brianza, Cernusco S.n., Codogno, Giusanno, Saronno, Sovico. In this period of such poor documentation, great events occupy the national life: the war of Ethiopia, 1935/36, followed by the section with the sincere enthusiasm that shook all of Italy; And then the Second World War, 1940/43, drama to which Italy and Italians were completely unprepared. In that hard period, the Association, at national level and therefore also of sections, carried out purely assistential tasks Then, from 8 September 1943 to 25 April 1945, the civil war: a suffered associative silence, alpine that fought in full faith in the opposing counterpoints, partisans, alpine alpine in the battalions of the Army of the Italian Republic. One and the others, all young or very young, were convinced of serving the common homeland to everyone: whoever won do not forget that his ideals were also those of those who lost. Finally the associative activity resumes. President of the Milan section is elected Umberto Bertelli, an excellent entrepreneurship man who devoted himself with passion to his task. A nod is given to the peregrinations of our office: after the first accommodation in a municipal building in Piazza del Duomo n. 21, for a contrast with the municipality concerning the rent, moved to Via Amedei to n. 8, a nice home with three large living rooms and garden. Then passes to Via Unione, guest of the Arcimboldi Theater. It then becomes a guest of the SEM (Milanese hikers company) in Via Zebedia. And finally, after a lot of pilgrimage, the Sectioned section - for rent - in Via Vincenzo Monti n. 36, but with entry into Via Ruani, which is officially depicted on 4 November 1952, being president the unforgettable major Dante Belotti Commander of the edolo battalion in Nikolajewka. The first mandate of Belotti ranges from 24 January 1952 to 12 January 1954. The Belotti Presidency is characterized by events that still affect the life of the section: the settlement in the final office (which will then be purchased); The beginning of the tradition of the annual sectional meeting in Bridge Selva, Rancio in a beautiful natural park - destined not only to be together, with families, but also to provide concrete aid to the institution of Monsignor Antonietti so precious and providential for orphans - And the birth of "Vecci and Bocia", sectional newsletter whose first number comes out on April 1, 1952 with the direction of Bruno Valdameri. The tradition of commissioning and honor to the fallen alpines also begins: the first, in 1955, is celebrated in S. Ambrogio Always under the energetic presidency of Dante Belotti the premises of the seat, trivial naked walls, are enriched by the graffiti of Giuseppe Novello, Bruno Riosa and Mario Vellani brands. As a chronicle, at the end of 2007 the strength of the section was 2245 alpine and 836 aggregates. After ten years, in 2017, it has 2136 alpine and 939 aggregates.

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