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Italian anti-fascist press, 1919-1945

Frank Rosengarten

Italian anti-fascist press, 1919-1945

from the legal opposition press to the underground newspapers of World War II.

by Frank Rosengarten

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Published by Press of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio .
Written in English


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  Buy Italian Fascism, (The Making of the Twentieth Century) 2 by Morgan, Philip (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Philip Morgan. The Calabria region in southern Italy (the toe of the boot, if you would) has approved a measure to allow prison inmates to cut time off their sentences by reading books, Lizzie Dearden reports for the British reporter points out that this is in sharp contrast with the UK, where a ban on books for prisoners has sparked considerable controversy.   Anti-Semitic writing was scrawled overnight on the door of a now-deceased member of the Italian anti-Fascist resistance who survived a Nazi concentration camp, a family friend and historian wrote Friday on Facebook. ‘’Juden Hier,’’ German for ‘’Jew . Get this from a library! Italian fascism, [Philip Morgan].

Frank Rosengarten is professor emeritus of Italian and comparative literature at the City University of New York. He is the author of The Writings of the Young Marcel Proust (): An Ideological Critique and The Italian Anti-Fascist Press, Brand: University Press of Mississippi. In Transatlantic Fascism, Federico Finchelstein traces the intellectual and cultural connections between Argentine and Italian fascisms, showing how fascism circulates transnationally. From the early s well into the Second World War, Mussolini tried to export Italian fascism to Argentina, the “most Italian” country outside of Italy. Tony Bunyan The history and practice of the political police in Britain/5(3). Italy - Italy - Anti-Fascist movements: For a long time, organized anti-Fascist movements remained weak, divided, and illegal and had no access to press or radio. The Communists were soon the most significant of these movements, as they had an underground organization and some Russian support and finance, but even they had only 7, members at most and had great difficulty in spreading their.

  The drawing depicts the Italian Jewish anti-Fascist intellectual and activist Leone Ginzburg. His late wife was the Italian writer Natalia; they had three children. Cesare Pavese is widely regarded as one of the foremost men of letters in twentieth-century Italian cultural history, and in particular as an emblematic figure: an earnest writer maimed by fascism and struggling with the modern existentialist dilemma of alienated meaning. Little known in the United States, Pavese was profoundly influenced by American literature, and, when official censorship. Posts about anti-Fascist written by R.D. Mumma. I mentioned “premature anti-fascism” when I was speaking with someone at work about the current state of affairs in which the president is equating anti-fascist counter-demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia with the armed neo-Nazis who came to their town last weekend. The Italian Anti-Fascist Press (): From the Legal Opposition Press to the Underground Newspapers of World War II, Frank Rosengarten Reviewed by John M. Cammett. pp. Germany's Aims in the First World War, Hajo Holborn, James Joll and Fritz Fischer Reviewed by Gordon A. Craig. pp.


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Mussolini's secret police was officially known as Organizzazione per la Vigilanza e la Repressione dell'Antifascismo (OVRA), Italian for "Organization for Vigilance and Repression of Anti-Fascism"). In the Kingdom of Italy in the s, anti-fascists—many from the labour movement —fought against the violent Blackshirts and against the rise of fascist leader Benito Mussolini.

At the end of World War II, Italy's newly formed parliamentary government began spreading what historian Philip Morgan calls "the unifying myth." The Italy that appeared in their version of events is almost entirely anti-Fascist, with the heroes of the resistance movement fighting to rid their country first of Mussolini, then of their German occupiers.

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