Salvatore Giuliano

1922 - 1950

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Salvatore Giuliano (Italian: [salvaˈtoːre dʒuˈljaːno]; Sicilian: Turiddu or Sarvaturi Giulianu; 16 November 1922 – 5 July 1950) was a Sicilian bandit, who rose to prominence in the disorder that followed the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943. In September of that year, Giuliano became an outlaw after shooting and killing a police officer who tried to arrest him for black market food smuggling when 70% of Sicily's food supply was provided by the black market. He maintained a band of subordinates for most of his career. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Salvatore Giuliano has received more than 437,737 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Salvatore Giuliano is the 26th most popular mafioso (down from 25th in 2019), the 1,462nd most popular biography from Italy (up from 1,493rd in 2019) and the 5th most popular Italian Mafioso.

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Among mafiosos, Salvatore Giuliano ranks 26 out of 54Before him are Mark David Chapman, Velupillai Prabhakaran, Ta Mok, Tamam Shud case, Vito Genovese, and Khun Sa. After him are Griselda Blanco, Amado Carrillo Fuentes, Sundance Kid, Semion Mogilevich, Frank Lucas, and Richard Kuklinski.

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Among people born in 1922, Salvatore Giuliano ranks 87Before him are Sven Nykvist, Robert W. Holley, Barbara Bel Geddes, Enrico Berlinguer, Veronica Lake, and Damiano Damiani. After him are Denholm Elliott, Miloš Jakeš, Abdul Razak Hussein, Raymond Franz, Paul Marcinkus, and Elmer Bernstein. Among people deceased in 1950, Salvatore Giuliano ranks 43Before him are Emmanuel Mounier, Roman Shukhevych, Mao Anying, Werner Haase, Francesco Cilea, and Grigory Kulik. After him are Karl Guthe Jansky, Alfred Korzybski, Emil Abderhalden, Vasil Kolarov, Rafael Sabatini, and Fevzi Çakmak.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Salvatore Giuliano ranks 1,462 out of 4,088Before him are Damiano Damiani (1922), Umberto Tozzi (1952), Bernardino Ramazzini (1633), Publius Cornelius Dolabella (-70), Claudio Magris (1939), and Bernardo Rossellino (1409). After him are Odoric of Pordenone (1286), Agostino Casaroli (1914), Scipione Borghese (1577), Benedict the Moor (1526), Altiero Spinelli (1907), and Francesco Gasparini (1668).

Among MAFIOSOS In Italy

Among mafiosos born in Italy, Salvatore Giuliano ranks 5Before him are Salvatore Riina (1930), Lucky Luciano (1897), Bernardo Provenzano (1933), and Vito Genovese (1897).