Vincenzo Sinapi: Domenikon 1943 - When the Italians kill
Vincenzo Sinapi Ed. Mursia p. 250 “I had to witness scenes capable of making you lose your mind. Sure they were ...
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Renato Caputo, Antonello Vitale: The information system for state security and human resource management
Renato Caputo, Antonello Vitale Ed.C&IS (Intelligence and Security Series), 2020 pp. 128 Written by two ...
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David Clay Large: Europe at the spa - A story of intrigue, politics, art and body care
David Clay Large Ed. EDT, Turin 2019 pp. 487 "If someone asked us point blank what was the liquid held ...
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Giuseppina Norcia: Achille's Last Night
Giuseppina Norcia Ed. Castelvecchi, Rome 2018 Pag. 157 Writer, Greek scholar, teacher of Ancient Dramaturgy at the ...
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Alessio Virdò: Operation Silent Caiman - Nightmare of late summer
Alessio Virdò Independent ed. P. 360 A late summer evening in a quiet seaside town in Calabria, Vibo ...
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Mirko Crocoli: In the name of Craxi
Mirko Crocoli Ed. A.CAR. pp. 446 I look at the crystal ball and see a great darkness. A largely residual policy ...
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Angela Pellicciari: The other Risorgimento - A forgotten religious war
Angela Pellicciari Ed. Ares, Milan 2011 pp. 287 The author, historian of the Risorgimento, in this essay, elaborated ...
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Luigi Cortelletti: Beyond the hard trench - Works, means of heroism of the Weapon of Engineers
Luigi Cortelletti Ed. Gino Rossato, Novale - Valdagno (VI) 2011 p. 189 "The attention of almost all the publications ...
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Mario Chima: Caimano 69 - Sand and dust
Mario Chima Ed. Indep. pp. 579 In Italy the Alpine troops are sent to Russia and Mozambique, so nothing strange if ...
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Stefano Mainetti: Nazi musical politics and the influence of the Wagnerian cult
Stefano Mainetti Ed. Musa Communication, Rome 2014 p. 99 The author, composer and conductor, traveling ...
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Andrew Spannaus: Post-global America. Trump, the coronavirus and the future
Andrew Spannaus Ed. Mimesis pp. 192 The author of "Why Trump wins", who four years ago - against the tide - ...
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Giuseppe Calabrese: A tear of marble
Giuseppe Calabrese Ed. Iuppiter pp. 288 Giuseppe Calabrese is a retired admiral of the police station ...
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Marco Ferrari: Rosalia Montmasson - The Angel of the Thousand
Marco Ferrari Ed. Mondadori, Milan 2019 pp. 213 The author, journalist and writer, narrates, in this essay, the ...
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Giuseppe Sfacteria: Dardanelli!
Giuseppe Sfacteria Ed. Freedom p. 144 The book that every soldier should read. But also the story on which each ...
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Stefano Ometto: The shadows of ORCHID
Stefano Ometto Ed. PlaceBook Publishing pp. 226 In a future that is not entirely hypothetical, nor too remote, Italy ...
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Audrey Roncigli: The Furtwängler case. An orchestra conductor under the Third Reich
Audrey Roncigli Ed. Zecchini, Varese 2013 pages. 306 "The Nazis made systematic and intensive use of music ...
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Mauro Bonciani: Amerigo Vespucci - The Florentine who invented America
Mauro Bonciani Ed. The Letters Florence 2012 pages. 127 Despite the recurrence of the five hundred years since his death ...
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John P. Cann: Portugal in the overseas wars
John P. Cann Ed. Il Maglio pages. 352 Portugal, the first colonial empire in the world and the last to abandon its ...
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Natalia Sazonova: The gulag jazz player. The extraordinary life of Eddie Rosner between Hitler and Stalin
Natalia Sazonova Ed. The anchor of the Mediterranean, Naples 2008 pages 149 The author, historian and screenwriter, in this ...
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Geopolitics of the sea - Ten interventions on national interests and the maritime future of Italy
Various Authors Ed.Mursia, Milan 2018 pages. 210 In this volume, ten experts face, from various points of view, the ...
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