Dizionario Di Politica Del Partito Fascista Vol 1

Author: Marco Piraino
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291392114
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The Order Has Been Carried Out

Author: Alessandro Portelli
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1403981698
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On March 24, 1944, Nazi occupation forces in Rome killed 335 unarmed civilians in retaliation for a partisan attack the day before. Portelli has crafted an eloquent, multi-voiced oral history of the massacre, of its background and its aftermath. The moving stories of the victims, the women and children who survived and carried on, the partisans who fought the Nazis, and the common people who lived through the tragedies of the war together paint a many-hued portrait of one of the world's most richly historical cities. The Order Has Been Carried Out powerfully relates the struggles for freedom under Fascism and Nazism, the battles for memory in post-war democracy, and the meanings of death and grief in modern society.

The Last Awful Tragedy Or Conspiracy Of The Crowned Heads Exposed From An Article Of The Westminster Review For September 1844 Entitled Mazzini And The Ethics Of Politicians To Which Is Added Some Account Of The Brothers Bandiera And Other Martyrs Of Liberty By J Mazzini

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Libraries History Diplomacy And The Performing Arts

Author: Carleton Sprague Smith
Editor: Pendragon Press
ISBN: 9780945193135
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Le Convenzioni Internazionali Della Navigazione Marittima Interna E Aerea

Author: Giorgio Righetti
Editor: Giuffrè Editore
ISBN: 8814137862
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La Picca E La Bandiera Nella Quale Si Mostra Per Via Di Figure Una Facile Pratica Il Maneggio E L Uso Di Essa Con La Diffesa Della Spada With Plates

Author: Francesco Fernando ALFIERI
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Bandiera Rossa

Author: David Broder
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Why Didn T The Press Shout

Author: Robert Moses Shapiro
Editor: KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
ISBN: 9780881257755
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This book brings together contributions by thirty scholars of journalism and history who look at what was reported about the Holocaust in the press of more than a dozen countries and languages. The studies examine the news media in America, England, and the Soviet Union, in Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, in the Vatican, in occupied countries like Romania, Hungary, Greece, and Poland, and in Palestine under the British Mandate. By and large, the news media in the Allied countries neglected the story, while those in Nazi-dominated countries treated news related to the Holocaust in a wholly tendentious way. Thus the press, for a variety of reasons, did not cover the Holocaust, one of the central events of the twentieth century. As this book thoroughly demonstrates, it was perhaps the greatest ethical, professional, and political failure of the news media during World War II. If the press had been more responsible, and had informed the public in the West early enough and thoroughly enough, the history of the Holocaust might have been different and millions of victims might have survived. Published in association with Yeshiva University Press.

Enciclopedia Economica Accomodata All Intelligenza

Author: FRANCESCO. PREDARI
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Advanced Radar Detection Schemes Under Mismatched Signal Models

Author: Francesco Bandiera
Editor: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
ISBN: 1598298410
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Adaptive detection of signals embedded in correlated Gaussian noise has been an active field of research in the last decades. This topic is important in many areas of signal processing such as, just to give some examples, radar, sonar, communications, and hyperspectral imaging. Most of the existing adaptive algorithms have been designed following the lead of the derivation of Kelly's detector which assumes perfect knowledge of the target steering vector. However, in realistic scenarios, mismatches are likely to occur due to both environmental and instrumental factors. When a mismatched signal is present in the data under test, conventional algorithms may suffer severe performance degradation. The presence of strong interferers in the cell under test makes the detection task even more challenging. An effective way to cope with this scenario relies on the use of "tunable" detectors, i.e., detectors capable of changing their directivity through the tuning of proper parameters. The aim of this book is to present some recent advances in the design of tunable detectors and the focus is on the so-called two-stage detectors, i.e., adaptive algorithms obtained cascading two detectors with opposite behaviors. We derive exact closed-form expressions for the resulting probability of false alarm and the probability of detection for both matched and mismatched signals embedded in homogeneous Gaussian noise. It turns out that such solutions guarantee a wide operational range in terms of tunability while retaining, at the same time, an overall performance in presence of matched signals commensurate with Kelly's detector. Table of Contents: Introduction / Adaptive Radar Detection of Targets / Adaptive Detection Schemes for Mismatched Signals / Enhanced Adaptive Sidelobe Blanking Algorithms / Conclusions