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De Gasperi

Alcide . 1881--1954, Italian statesman; prime minister (1945--53). An antifascist, he led the Christian Democratic party during World War II from the Vatican City
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In the entry reading Tuesday June 23 1952, the Prime Minister hosted a dinner party in honour of Italian premier Alcide de Gasperi attended by the Italian Ambassador and guests.
Justamente, esta progresando la causa de beatificacion de Alcide De Gasperi, jefe del gobierno italiano en distintas etapas de la posguerra y de otros politicos, como Sturzo y Lapira, que tuvieron una profunda incidencia en la construccion de la democracia europea.
European integration in the 1950s was largely a Christian Democratic project, led by devout Catholics such as Konrad Adenauer, Robert Schuman, and Alcide de Gasperi.
However the significant European impulse provided by the creation of the ECSC would not have been possible without the Italian Foreign Minister Alcide de Gasperi, and above all the German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, a firm believer in anchoring his country in Western Europe in the face of the Soviet bloc.
Konrad Adenauer (1876-1967), former German Federal Chancellor who is regarded as one of the leading supporters of the European Communities; - Alcide De Gasperi (1881-1954), who was Italian Prime Minister after the Second World War and is regarded as one of the founding fathers of European integration together with Robert Schuman and Konrad Adenauer The Robert Schuman (1886-1963) building will keep its present name.