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History Written AssignmentThe Rise Of Al Capone Al Capone is definitely one of the most ruthless and notorious crime czars of all time He was a self made man and earned millions upon millions of dollars illegally whether it is through bootlegging or gambling joints and many more ways Als father Gabriele was one of the 43000 Italians who arrived in the US in 1894 He brought along his wife Teresina his 2 year old son Vincenzo and his infant son Raffalelle He moved into a small neighbourhood in Brooklyn to settle down Teresina gave birth to her third son in the New World Salvatore in 1895 then on January 17 1899 Alphonse Al was born Later children born were Amadeo Ermino Umberto Matthew Nicholas Rose and Mafalda The Capones were a quiet conventional family Bergeen At the age of in 1904 the young Al went to public school educational prospects for Italian children were very poor Al did quite well in school until the sixth grade when his steady record of Bs deteriorated rapidly At 14 he lost his temper at a teacher she hit him and he decided to hit her back He was expelled and never went to school again About this time his family moved from their place on Navy Street to 21 Garfield Place Schoenberg This move would have a lasting impact on Capone because in this new neighbourhood he would meet the people who would have the most impact on his future his wife Mae and the gangster Johnny Torrio A few blocks away from the Capone house on Garfield was a small building that was the headquarters of one of the most successful gangsters on the East Coast Johnny Torrio was a new breed of gangster a pioneer in the development of a modern criminal enterprise Schoenberg From Torrio young Capone learned valuable lessons that were the foundation of
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