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dc.contributor.authorCaccamo, Giulianait
dc.date.accessioned2020-12-03T11:50:29Z-
dc.date.available2020-12-03T11:50:29Z-
dc.date.issued2020-
dc.identifier.citationGiuliana Caccamo, "Origini e fallimento dell’idea di città libere dopo la prima guerra mondiale. I casi di Memel e Danzica" in: "QUALESTORIA. Rivista di storia contemporanea. XLVIII, N.ro 2, Dicembre 2020", EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, Trieste, 2020, pp. 137-157it
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dc.description.abstractAfter WWI, free ports, autonomous statutes, wealthy towns granted by the League of Na-tions might seem the best solution to solve inextricable national claims. It was not just a matter of putting out fires of growing nationalism in the successor states, but it was also the need to deal with the vacuum left by the crush of huge empires. The collapse of Russia, indeed, was threatening to spread bolshevism in Europe. The cluster of new successors states in East Europe could achieve a double purpose, the containment of bolshevik Russia in the East and of German empowerment in the West. Free access to the sea meant economical and political strengthening which was supposed to stabilize the new (or reborn) national creations. In such circumstances, it is scarcely surprising that the solution of the free cities was going to be the way to get out of the ethnical complexity in Memelland, in Danzig and also in Fiume. However, if economical growth would have been the only way to grant the survival of autonomies, the lack of mutual confidence and economical cooperation at international level and the huge national expectations would have undermined every attempt to set up a “wilsonian order” in Europe.it
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dc.publisherEUT Edizioni Università di Triesteit
dc.relation.ispartofQualestoria. Rivista di storia contemporaneait
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dc.subjectDanzigit
dc.subjectFiumeit
dc.subjectMemelit
dc.subjectMemellandit
dc.subjectLeague of Nationsit
dc.subjectFree cityit
dc.subjectParis peace conferenceit
dc.subjectDanzicait
dc.subjectFiumeit
dc.subjectMemelit
dc.subjectTerritorio di Memelit
dc.subjectSocietà delle Nazioniit
dc.subjectCittà liberait
dc.subjectConferenza della pace di Parigiit
dc.titleOrigini e fallimento dell’idea di città libere dopo la prima guerra mondiale. I casi di Memel e Danzicait
dc.title.alternativeOrigins and failure of the idea of free cities after WWI. The cases of Memel and Danzigit
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