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A call to Italians to buy war bonds to help fund the powerful weapons needed for the last push to Trieste, a mere 25 kilometers from the Italian front lines. It pays 5%, after all, tax free, for an effective rate of 5.55%!
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La Banca d'Italia
Riceve e agevola le sottoscrizioni
al Prestito Consolidato 5% netto
Esente da imposte presenti & future
Reddito Effettivo 5,55 per cento

Italiani!
I nostri avamposti sono a 25 Km da Trieste — date loro armi potenti per l'ultimo sbalzo, sottoscrivendo al Prestito Nazionale Consolidato 5%.

The Bank of Italy
Receives and facilitates subscriptions
Borrowing 5% Consolidated Net
Exempt from present and future taxes
5.55 percent effective income

Italians!
Our outposts are 25 Km from Trieste - give them powerful weapons for the last rush, by subscribing to the National 5% Loan Consolidation.

A call to Italians to buy war bonds to help fund the powerful weapons needed for the last push to Trieste, a mere 25 kilometers from the Italian front lines. It pays 5%, after all, tax free, for an effective rate of 5.55%!

Image text

La Banca d'Italia

Riceve e agevola le sottoscrizioni

al Prestito Consolidato 5% netto

Esente da imposte presenti & future

Reddito Effettivo 5,55 per cento



Italiani!

I nostri avamposti sono a 25 Km da Trieste — date loro armi potenti per l'ultimo sbalzo, sottoscrivendo al Prestito Nazionale Consolidato 5%.



The Bank of Italy

Receives and facilitates subscriptions

Borrowing 5% Consolidated Net

Exempt from present and future taxes

5.55 percent effective income



Italians!

Our outposts are 25 Km from Trieste - give them powerful weapons for the last rush, by subscribing to the National 5% Loan Consolidation.

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