Italy in the New International Order, 1917-1922 (eBook, PDF)
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This edited collection offers the first systematic account in English of Italy's international position from Caporetto - a major turning-point in Italy's participation in the First World War - to the end of the liberal regime in Italy in 1922. It shows that after the 'Great War', not only did Italy establish itself as a regional power but also achieved its post-unification ambition to be recognised, at least from a formal viewpoint, as a great power. This subject is addressed through multiple perspectives, covering Italy's relations and mutual perceptions vis-à-vis the Allies, the vanquished…mehr

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This edited collection offers the first systematic account in English of Italy's international position from Caporetto - a major turning-point in Italy's participation in the First World War - to the end of the liberal regime in Italy in 1922. It shows that after the 'Great War', not only did Italy establish itself as a regional power but also achieved its post-unification ambition to be recognised, at least from a formal viewpoint, as a great power. This subject is addressed through multiple perspectives, covering Italy's relations and mutual perceptions vis-à-vis the Allies, the vanquished nations, and the 'New Europe'. Fourteen contributions by leading historians reappraise Italy's role in the construction of the post-war international order, drawing on extensive multi-archival and multi-national research, combining for the first time documents from American, Austrian, British, French, German, Italian, Russian and former Yugoslav archives.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 341
  • Erscheinungstermin: 13. August 2020
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783030500931
  • Artikelnr.: 59978900
Autorenporträt
Antonio Varsori is Professor of History of International Relations at the University of Padova, Italy. He is also a member of the Commission for the Publication of Italian Diplomatic Documents at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Among his most recent publications are Radioso Maggio. Come l'Italia entrò in guerra (2015), Storia internazionale. Dal 1919 a oggi (2nd edition, 2020) and, with Annalisa Urbano, Mogadiscio 1948. Un eccidio di italiani fra decolonizzazione e guerra fredda (2019).Benedetto Zaccaria is currently a research grant holder at the Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies, Ca' Foscari University, Venice, Italy. He specialises in the History of International Relations, with a focus on the Balkans and Eastern Europe. Among his publications are The EEC's Yugoslav Policy in Cold War Europe, 1968-1980 (2016), La Strada per Osimo. Italia e Jugoslavia allo specchio (1965-1975) and, with Antonio Varsori (eds), Italy in the International System from Détente to the End of the Cold War: The Underrated Ally (2018).