Giuseppe Bresciani (May 16, 1886 - 1955) was an Italian publisher living in Garda del Riva, Trento, Italy. Bresciani was initially trained as a Barber under his father of the same name. He an Italian nationalist, participating in the resistance against Austro-Hungarian hegemony during World War I (1914 - 1918) - eventually being taken prisoner by the Russian army. He developed a passion for the drama, music, and philately. It is not clear when he began publishing as 'G. Bresciani', but he issued a large corpus of work, generally maps, guides, and postcards relating to the Lago del Garda region. The firm continued in the Bresciani family after his death. Bresciani's journals, covering both World War I and World War II are a valuable reference for scholars.

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