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  1. Marella Agnelli, Il giardino di ninfa, Torino-London-New York-Venezia, Allemandi, 2000, 164 pp. - ISBN 88-422-0542-7; Marella Agnelli, Ho coltivato il mio giardino, Milano, Adelphi 2014, 304 pp. - ISBN 978-88-459-2943-4; Marella Agnelli. La signora Gocà, Piccola Biblioteca Adelphi, 2015 - ISBN 9788845930409; Onorificenze

  2. Umberto Agnelli (Italian: [umˈbɛrto aɲˈɲɛlli]; 1 November 1934 – 27 May 2004) was an Italian industrialist and politician. He was the third son of Virginia Agnelli (born Donna Virginia Bourbon del Monte) and of Edoardo Agnelli , and the youngest brother of Gianni Agnelli .

  3. Early life. Agnelli was born in Turin, but maintained strong ties with the village of Villar Perosa, near Turin in the Piedmont region. His father was the prominent Italian industrialist Edoardo Agnelli and his mother was Princess Virginia Bourbon del Monte, daughter of Carlo, 4th Prince of San Faustino, head of a noble family established in Perugia.

  4. Consécutivement, Marella Agnelli avait donné toutes ses actions à son petit-fils John Elkann. Cet accord avait été conclu alors que l'action Fiat valait 5 euros. Parallèlement, Margherita Agnelli demande l'examen de la gestion du patrimoine de son père depuis l'année 1993, soit 10 ans avant sa mort.

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  7. Biographie. Fils d’Edoardo Agnelli (1892-1935), fondateur de la station de sports d’hiver de Sestrières, et de Virginia Bourbon del Monte (1899-1945), Gianni Agnelli était le petit-fils du sénateur homonyme Giovanni Agnelli, de qui il hérita en 1966 la direction de l’entreprise familiale après une période de « régence » assurée par Vittorio Valletta.

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