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Title: La nuova Europa dei Fratelli: il congresso massonico di Parigi (28-30 giugno 1917)
Authors: Cuzzi, Marco
Keywords: FreemasonryFirst World WarSociety of NationsItaly’s East BordersMassoneriaPrima Guerra MondialeSocietà delle NazioniConfini orientali d’Italia
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Marco Cuzzi, "La nuova Europa dei Fratelli: il congresso massonico di Parigi (28-30 giugno 1917)" in: "Qualestoria. Rivista di storia contemporanea. Anno XLVI, 1, Giugno 2018", Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2018, pp. 9-22
Journal: Qualestoria. Rivista di storia contemporanea 
The Freemasonries of the main powers of the Entente and of some neutral countries met in Paris in June 1917 to define the structure of the new Europe that would have sprung from the end of the war. Italian Freemasonry also took part in the meeting. During the meeting the birth of a «League of Nations» was established, a project that would reappear in Wilson’s Fourteen points. During the meeting there emerged contrasts between the Italian Masons and those of France and Serbia on the subject of the future borders of Italy. The French, allied with the Serbs, wanted Dalmatia and other lands to be attributed to the future Yugoslavia. The suspicion, always denied, that the Italian delegation had accepted the proposal of the plebiscites (which would have favored the Slavic nation) sparked a series of controversies against Italian Freemasonry and showed how nationalism was supplanting the ancient cosmopolitanism of the European Masonic families.
Type: Article
ISSN: 03936082
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internazionale
Appears in Collections:46/1 - Qualestoria. Rivista di storia contemporanea. Anno XLVI, 1, Giugno 2018

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