Children, Poverty and Nationalism in Lithuania, 1900-1940
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Children, Poverty and Nationalism in Lithuania, 1900-1940

Andrea Griffante Children, Poverty and Nationalism in Lithuania, 1900-1940 (Pelgrave, 2020) This book discusses the emergence of care for orphaned, abandoned and poor children in Lithuania from the early twentieth century to the beginning of the Second World War. In particular, it focuses on how such practices were influenced by nationalist and political discourses, and how orphanages became privileged institutions for nation...

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La «chiave dell’Adriatico»
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La «chiave dell’Adriatico»

Federico Imperato La «chiave dell’Adriatico» Antonio Salandra, Gaetano Salvemini, la Puglia e la politica balcanica dell’Italia liberale durante la Grande Guerra (1914-1918) (Rubbettino, 2019). Il volume è una dettagliata e documentata ricostruzione della politica balcanica dell’Italia liberale durante la prima guerra mondiale, all’interno della quale la Puglia e i principali esponenti regionali della politica e della cultura, da...

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L’Ucraina alla ricerca di un equilibrio
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L’Ucraina alla ricerca di un equilibrio

L’Ucraina alla ricerca di un equilibrio Sfide storiche, linguistiche e culturali da Porošenko a Zelens’kyj a cura di Andrea Franco    Università degli Studi di Macerata, Italia Oleg Rumjancev    Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italia PDF abstract Con la Rivoluzione della Dignità (2014) un’ampia rappresentanza della popolazione dell’Ucraina si è pronunciata a favore di una collocazione geopolitica nell’UE e nella NATO. In parallelo,...

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From Cherbobil with love
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From Cherbobil with love

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Checkpoint Charlie
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Checkpoint Charlie

Iain MacGregor. Checkpoint Charlie: The Cold War, The Berlin Wall, and the Most Dangerous Place On Earth (Scribner, 2019) Overview A powerful, fascinating, and groundbreaking history of Checkpoint Charlie, the famous military gate on the border of East and West Berlin where the United States confronted the USSR during the Cold War. East Germany committed a billion dollars to the creation of the Berlin Wall in the early 1960s, an...

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IN THE GREAT WAR
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IN THE GREAT WAR

Vojislav G. Pavlović (a cura di), SERBIA AND ITALY IN THE GREAT WAR (Institut des Etudes Balkaniques, Belgrado 2019) The Great War profoundly changed the political structures and territories of the countries on both sides of the Adriatic Sea. The war ended with the dissolution of Austria-Hungary, and the task to reorganize the resultant territorial void on the eastern side of the Adriatic fell to the Italian government and the...

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