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- PublicationIl discorso razzista e antisemita di Mussolini a Trieste il 18 settembre 1938(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013)Sarfatti, Michele
- PublicationInsegnare ad essere italiani. I corsi per i maestri delle nuove province d’Italia, 1917-1921(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013)Dessardo, AndreaDuring the summer of 1919 the Secretary for Civil Affairs of the Army Headquarters organized six courses for the teachers from Trentino and Julian March, which had a declared cultural and propagandistic purpose. The courses, which lasted one month, were directed by some of the most important educational philosophers of that time: Guido Della Valle, Giovanni Gentile, Giuseppe Lombardo-Radice, Giuseppe Tarozzi, Erminio Troilo and Giovanni Vidari. Studying the programs, themes, and how these courses were organized offers a useful perspective from which to understand what the Italian political expectations after the Great War were, as well as the emergence of the new actualist and idealist positions in philosophy. In this context, the personality of Luigi Credaro, at that time in Trento as general civil commissary of theVenezia Tridentina, stands out.
- PublicationIl poliziotto di un regime totalitario. Vita e carriera di Giuseppe Gueli(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013)Coco, VittorioThe aim of this essay is to retrace Giuseppe Gueli’s life and career: a police offi cer (member of the P.S., the Italian public safety), who had formed during the last years of the liberal period, and who went through Italian Fascism and its development into a totalitarian regime. Beginning his career alongside Cesare Mori, Gueli fi lled in fact relevant positions within the Italian police as it had been organized by Arturo Bocchini: at fi rst in Alto Adige (South Tyrol) to set up the awkward system of the border police, in the Thirties Gueli moved to Sicily where he led a second repression campaign against the mafi a and fi nally, during the Forties, he became chief of the Special Inspectorate of Public Safety for the Venezia Giulia, established to fi ght against the anti-fascist forces, especially against the Slovene and Croatian partisans. Held responsible for all kinds of violence, the Inspectorate became part of the Triestine SS after September 1943, and Gueli underwent a trial in which he was condemned for collaborationism.
- PublicationLa protezione antiaerea italo-tedesca durante la Seconda guerra mondiale: Milano, Trieste e Berlino(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013)Ferrarini, Fabio
- PublicationQualestoria. Rivista di storia contemporanea. Anno XLI, N.ro 1, giugno 2013(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013)
- Publication«Ragione e volontà di rinnovamento». Il Partito d’Azione e gli anni diffi cili diTrieste(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013)Spezzali, RobertoThe origins of the Partito d’Azione (Action Party), and before that of Giustizia e Libertà (Justice and Freedom), are to be found in a political movement which was characterized by a democratic, mazzinian tradition: this movement had been founded by a small but signifi cant number of young workers and students gathered around Democrazia sociale italiana (Italian Social Democracy), an association active in Trieste, Gorizia and in Istria from January 1907. In the aftermath of the Great War the movement went through a hard break up when a lot of its members joined the antifascist struggle; it was a choice that led them at fi rst to adhere to Giustizia e Libertà, and later to found the Partito d’Azione (Action Party), while still remaining fi rmly committed to the patriotic ideal as for the Trieste and the Julian March questions.
- PublicationLa violenza politica nel dibattito dei primi anni Settanta: il caso di Potere operaio(EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013)Donato, GabrieleThis essay investigates the considerations with which an important group of the Italian extreme left wing justifi ed the choice for political violence in the Seventies: Potere Operaio (Workers’ Power: an organization founded in 1969, which dissolved in 1973). This issue seems remarkable fi rst of all because of the infl uence exerted by the most important leaders of the group (in particular by Toni Negri and Franco Piperno) on the political debates of those years; moreover, the discussion which opened up within PO would have been carried on beyond the organization’s dissolution: the stands taken in the early Seventies would have continued to affect the debates on the prospects for armed struggle which were to develop in Italy in the following years. Therefore they deserve special attention, and the essay suggests some possible interpretative keys.