Italy and Its Eastern Border, 1866-2016
Routledge, 4 ott 2016 - 304 pagine
This is the first scholarly work in Modern European History which elucidates consistently how border issues affect the history of nations and states in the 19th and 20th centuries. The book rethinks the Italian history of the last 150 years from the perspective of its eastern periphery and of the profound impact that events on the border had on the core of the country.
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w2wFrom Irredentism to Nationalism
w3wWorld War I
From September 8 1943 to
w8wFrom the Race for Trieste to the London Memorandum