Sept 10th 1931 mafia don Salvatore Maranzano killed in his Park Avenue headquarters by four men posing as I.R.S. agents.Four bullet wounds & six knife wounds the four agents are Bugsy Seigal,Albert Anastasia,Red Levine, & Thomas Lucasey.

Sept 1931 mafia don Salvatore Maranzano killed by four bullet wounds & six knife wounds the four agents were rumored to be Bugsy Siegel, Albert Anastasia, Red Levine, & Thomas Lucasey at the behest of Lucky Luciano

Salvatore Maranzano (July 31, 1886 – September 10, 1931) was an organized crime figure from the town of Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily, and an early Cosa Nostra boss in the United States. He instigated the Castellammarese War to seize control of the American Mafia operations, and briefly became the Mafia's "Boss of Bosses". He was assassinated by a younger faction led by Charles "Lucky" Luciano, who established a power-sharing arrangement rather than a "boss of bosses" to prevent future…

Salvatore Maranzano’s coffin, 1931 Maranzano, the last Italian born Mafia don, was shortly Capo Di Tutti Capi of the New York Mafia. In after the end of the Castellamarrese War, Charles “Lucky”.

Salvatore "Capo Di Tutti Capi(Boss of Bosses)" Maranzano Boss of the Maranzano Crime Family and founder of the idea of a Mafia Commission.

Salvatore Maranzano

Salvatore Maranzano was an organized crime figure from the town of Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily, and an early Cosa Nostra boss in the United States.one of the two founding GODFATHERS of the American Mafia

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How Did Salvatore Maranzano Get Killed

Salvatore Maranzano declared himself the mafia boss of bosses after the killing of Joe Masseria

Headstone of "Little Caesar" Salvatore Maranzano.

Headstone of "Little Caesar" Salvatore Maranzano.

Giuseppe Siragusa (1882 – September 13, 1931) known as the “Yeast Baron” because he became wealthy selling yeast to home breweries during Prohibition.  Siragusa took over leadership of the Pittsburgh crime family after the murder of Stefano Monastero in 1929. It is believed that Siragusa was a loyal follower of the Brooklyn Castellammarese family led by Stefano Magaddino and later Salvatore Maranzano. Like many bosses in smaller cities, Siragusa made tribute payments to Maranzano who…

Giuseppe Siragusa (1882 – September 13, 1931) known as the “Yeast Baron” because he became wealthy selling yeast to home breweries during Prohibition. Siragusa took over leadership of the Pittsburgh crime family after the murder of Stefano Monastero in 1929. It is believed that Siragusa was a loyal follower of the Brooklyn Castellammarese family led by Stefano Magaddino and later Salvatore Maranzano. Like many bosses in smaller cities, Siragusa made tribute payments to Maranzano who…

The dude on the left is NOT Salvatore Maranzano, even though tons of sources claimed he was. The right one is Maranzano.

The dude on the left is NOT Salvatore Maranzano, even though tons of sources claimed he was. The right one is Maranzano.

Salvatore Maranzano

The body of Salvatore Maranzano, after he was murdered in his office on the ninth floor of the New York Central Tower on New York's fashionable Park Avenue. A girl stenographer told police of the.

Salvatore Maranzano death.

Salvatore Maranzano was murdered by a hit squad of four Jewish gangsters hired by Charles Luciano and led by Bugsy Siegel.

Nicolo "Cola" Schiro (September 2, 1872 – April 29, 1957) was an early Sicilian-born New York City mobster. In 1912, he became the boss of the mafia gang that later became known as the Bonanno crime family. After nearly two decades as boss, a conflict with rival gangster Joe Masseria in 1930 would force Schiro out and elevate Salvatore Maranzano as his replacement.

The Bonanno Crime Family has seen its leadership change hands many times since Find out who lead the family throughout the years.

Carlo Gambino came from Sicily in 1921 at the age of 19. A seasoned gang member, he immediately began his growth up the New York Mafia ladder. He worked in gangs led by Joe "the Boss" Masseria, Salvatore Maranzano, Philip and Vincent Mangano, and Albert Anastasia. After the murder of Anatasia in 1957, Gambino became the head of the family, and changed the name of the organization from D'Aquila to Gambino. Known as the Boss of Bosses, Carlo Gambino grew to be one of the most powerful Mafia…

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Carlo Gambino Known as "The Boss of Bosses," Carlo Gambino ran the New York mafia family that still uses his name from 1957 to

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