Luigi Pancaro is studying medicine at the University of Rome. Interested in fascism, he participates in the March. Luigi would hold Mussolini in esteem for the positive changes he noticed happening in Italy. In a later interview with the Sudbury Star in December 1932, he praises the many infrastructure projects underway in Italy such as the electrification of railways and better access to drinking water.
September 01, 1922
During World War II, the date of one's naturalization (citizenship) is used in determining "enemy alien" status and those who have to report their activities to the authorities. After June 10, 1940, enemy aliens include Italian citizens and those Italians who had been born in Italy, but were naturalized as British subjects after September 1, 1922. In some cases, even Canadian-born Italians are designated as enemy aliens.