Prince Adalberto, Duke of Bergamo
|Duke of Bergamo|
19 March 1898|
15 December 1982 84) (aged|
|Burial||Basilica of Superga|
|House||House of Savoy (Genoa branch)|
|Father||Thomas, 2nd Duke of Genoa|
|Mother||Princess Isabella of Bavaria|
Prince Adalberto of Savoy, Duke of Bergamo (Adalberto Luitpoldo Elena Giuseppe Maria) (19 March 1898 – 15 December 1982) was an Italian General and a member of the Genoa branch of the House of Savoy.
Born in Turin, Prince Adalberto was the fourth son of Prince Thomas of Savoy, Duke of Genoa and his wife Princess Isabella of Bavaria (1863–1924). On 22 September 1904 he was given the title Duke of Bergamo.
Prince Adalberto pursued a career in the Royal Italian Army achieving the rank of General.
He fought in the first World War on the Montello in October 1917 and in Vallagarina in February 1918. In 1936 he commanded the Italian 24 Infantry Division Gran Sasso during the Second Italo-Ethiopian War and later the 58th Infantry Division Legnano.
After the war he lived a fairly anonymous life until his death in 1982.
Prince Adalberto never married and had no children.