The first proposal for the Historical Museum of the Granatieri (Grenadiers – specialized unit of the Infantry) was presented on 5 March 1903 when a group of military officials met in the hall dedicated to the historical "Ferdinando di Savoia" barracks in Rome. It was their idea to start collecting historical objects, documents, and information in order to "perpetuate the glory and traditions of the Granatieri Brigade."
The project was heavily backed and, with the support of the Italian royal family, the small museum immediately began recovering and actively promoting the noble traditions of the "Bianchi Alamari."
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