Augusto Aubry (28 April 1849 in Naples – 4 March 1912 in Taranto, on board Vittorio Emanuele) was an Italian naval officer and politician. Part of the naval fortifications at Taranto were later named after him.

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  • Augusto Aubry (28 April 1849 in Naples – 4 March 1912 in Taranto, on board Vittorio Emanuele) was an Italian naval officer and politician. Part of the naval fortifications at Taranto were later named after him. (en)
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  • Augusto Aubry (28 April 1849 in Naples – 4 March 1912 in Taranto, on board Vittorio Emanuele) was an Italian naval officer and politician. Part of the naval fortifications at Taranto were later named after him. (en)
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