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He was the leader of the Belfast fasci, the organisation for Italians abroad, and the deputy leader was his nephew, Antonio Fusco.But the police arrested the wrong Antonio Fusco, a young man whose family had lived in Britain for almost 30 years, owning a chip shop in York Street.Signor Capella had been a waiter in the Savoy Hotel in London and the newspaper reports led us to find the head waiter, Marco Baccanello, buried unknown to his family near Kerrykeel in Donegal, and to find dozens of Italians in unmarked graves in 29 cemeteries around the north-west coast of Ireland, some beside the British soldiers who had been their guards. Between 18, eight million Italians emigrated to escape poverty at home.Most went to the Americas and, between 18, some 150,000 came to Britain.At sea, the U-boats were strangling the lifeline to America and more than 60 ships were sunk in June alone.On June 18, 1940, Churchill told the nation that the battle of France was over and the Battle of Britain was about to begin.On June 30, 1940, both Belfast men were among hundreds of Italians who were taken to Liverpool to board the Arandora Star.
Such had been the speed of the German advance that it was widely believed they had inside assistance.On July 30, 1940 - exactly four weeks after the sinking - the body of Giovanni Marenghi of Bardi was found on a sandy beach on the remote Erris peninsula in Co Mayo.He was 43 and owned a cafe in Pontypridd, south Wales, where his family still lives.By June 1940, Poland, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg and France had fallen.
Britain had been lucky to escape from Dunkirk and now stood alone against Nazi Germany.Its army was massing in the Channel ports, its invasion expected anytime.