La Grande Italia

Autore: Emilio Gentile
Editore: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299228149
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La Grande Italia traces the history of the myth of the nation in Italy along the curve of its rise and fall throughout the twentieth century. Starting with the festivities for the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Italy in 1911 and ending with the centennial celebrations of 1961, Emilio Gentile describes a dense sequence of events: from victorious Italian participation in World War I through the rise and triumph of Fascism to Italy's transition to a republic. Gentile's definition of "Italians" encompasses the whole range of political, cultural, and social actors: Liberals and Catholics, Monarchists and Republicans, Fascists and Socialists. La Grande Italia presents a sweeping study of the development of Italian national identity in all its incarnations throughout the twentieth century. This important contribution to the study of modern Italian nationalism and the ambition to achieve a "great Italy" between the unification of Italy and the advent of the Italian Republic will appeal to anyone interested in modern European history, Fascism, and nationalism. Best Books for Special Interests, selected by the American Association of School Librarians, and Best Books for Regional General Interests, selected by the Public Library Association

La Grande Italia Marittima

Autore: Giancarlo Monina
Editore:
ISBN: 9788849823868
Grandezza: 10,43 MB
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Per La Pi Grande Italia E Meridiani Mondadori

Autore: Gabriele d'Annunzio
Editore: Edizioni Mondadori
ISBN: 8852033548
Grandezza: 50,56 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
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Verso La Grande Italia

Autore: Armando Gloria
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 32,29 MB
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La Grande Ricostruzione

Autore: Paola Di Biagi
Editore: Donzelli Editore
ISBN: 9788879896566
Grandezza: 42,30 MB
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Vista: 4574
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L Italia E La Grande Vigilia

Autore: Romain Rainero
Editore: Franco Angeli
ISBN: 9788846482679
Grandezza: 56,10 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 7667
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La Grande Guerra Degli Artisti

Autore: Nadia Marchioni
Editore: Polistampa
ISBN: 9788883049835
Grandezza: 20,80 MB
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Catalogo della mostra allestita a Firenze, Museo Marino Marini, p.zza San Pancrazio (3 dicembre 2005 - 25 marzo 2006) Fuori dalla retorica che largomento potrebbe sollecitare a scapito di forme e contenuti scaturiti invece da un evento che fu di lancinante portata storica, ma anche fecondo nel generare pensieri e azioni di grande coinvolgimento estetico ed emotivo questa mostra attraversa gli anni della Grande Guerra seguendo le vicende degli artisti in essa coinvolti e delle loro opere, segnate dal dolore e dalla speranza che una tragica dialettica poneva alternatamente allorigine dellatto creativo (dalla presentazione di Carlo Sisi). In mostra le opere di Giacomo Balla, Carlo Carrà , Fortunato Depero, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Marino Marini, Plinio Nomellini, Cipriano Efisio Oppo, Ottone Rosai, Mario Sironi, Ardengo Soffici, Lorenzo Viani. Presentazione di Carlo Sisi Saggi critici di Nadia Marchioni, Vincenzo Farinella, Andrea Baldinotti, Umberto Sereni, Pier Marco De Santi.

La Grande Svolta

Autore: Palazzo della ragione (Padua, Italy)
Editore:
ISBN:
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La Glorificazione Degli Eroi Caduti Per Una Pi Grande Italia

Autore: Antonio Dal Rì
Editore:
ISBN:
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Confronting America

Autore: Alessandro Brogi
Editore: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 0807877743
Grandezza: 33,99 MB
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Throughout the Cold War, the United States encountered unexpected challenges from Italy and France, two countries with the strongest, and determinedly most anti-American, Communist Parties in Western Europe. Based primarily on new evidence from communist archives in France and Italy, as well as research archives in the United States, Alessandro Brogi's original study reveals how the United States was forced by political opposition within these two core Western countries to reassess its own anticommunist strategies, its image, and the general meaning of American liberal capitalist culture and ideology. Brogi shows that the resistance to Americanization was a critical test for the French and Italian communists' own legitimacy and existence. Their anti-Americanism was mostly dogmatic and driven by the Soviet Union, but it was also, at crucial times, subtle and ambivalent, nurturing fascination with the American culture of dissent. The staunchly anticommunist United States, Brogi argues, found a successful balance to fighting the communist threat in France and Italy by employing diplomacy and fostering instances of mild dissent in both countries. Ultimately, both the French and Italian communists failed to adapt to the forces of modernization that stemmed both from indigenous factors and from American influence. Confronting America illuminates the political, diplomatic, economic, and cultural conflicts behind the U.S.-communist confrontation.