Curzio Malaparte: Technique of the coup
Curzio Malaparte Ed. Adelphi pp. 270 Several years ago, in a book stall in Milan, I bought an old ...
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Nicola Amato: The steganography from Herodotus to Bin Laden
Nicola Amato Ed. Italian University Press p. 208 What more can I say? The title says it all. Maybe so,...
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Interview with the author of "From Sicily to El Alamein", Carlo Palermo
In July 2015, the volume From Sicily to El Alamein, (Momenti Editions), by the historian Carlo ...
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Carlo Palermo: From Sicily to El Alamein
Carlo Palermo Ed. Moments pagg. 100 Ribera, a small town in the province of Agrigento that gave birth to ...
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Antonio Teti: Open Source Intelligence and Cyberspace
Antonio Teti Rubbettino publisher pagg. 268 "The new frontier of knowledge", this is the subtitle of the book of ...
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Alessandro Busonero: A free Santostefanese
Alessandro Busonero Ed. Helicon pp. 332 "Porto S. Stefano, today a renowned seaside resort known in Italy and ...
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Glycerine Taurisano: Intelligence and information system in the Italian Republic
Glicerio Taurisano Aracne editrice int.le pagg. 622 What is meant by the term "Intelligence"? How is structured the ...
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Antonio Spinosa: Hitler the son of Germany
Antonio Spinosa Ed. Oscar Mondadori pagg. 596 World War II was probably the biggest catastrophe ...
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Reviel Netz and William Noel: The Lost Code of Archimedes
He speaks of the story of a man, Archimedes, of his science, mathematics and physics, of his works transmitted up ...
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Dava Sobel: The secret of Copernicus
So, in the 1989 exam, I talked about geocentric and heliocentric theories (I can not remember the title of the ...
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Vincenzo Di Tommaso: What it means to be a Leader
With this essay the author explains with simple words the meaning of the term "leader", the differences that exist ...
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Alessandro Giovanni Paolo Rugolo: Brief history of Sardinia
Brief history of Sardinia is not a cold manual, it is a journey through the history of the island that allows you to know ...
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Stephen W. Hawking: The theory of everything
If I have to tell the whole truth, I prefer simple things. But let's get back to the book and its author. Stephen Hawking is a ...
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The Historical and Cultural Institute of the Arma del Genius
 The need to proceed to fortify the cities and, on the other hand, the need to destroy the fortifications, make ...
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Maurizio Delli Santi: ISIS and the threat of new terrorism
Maurizio Delli Santi Ed. Aracne p. 120 There are not many books published in Italy on ISIS, an acronym of Islamic ...
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CWCeram: Buried civilizations - The novel of archeology
Trying to understand the past of my island has always fascinated me and this is the main reason why, when ...
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Umberto Saccone: Govern the risk
Umberto Saccone And Aracne pp. 488 In the climate of renewed public attention on safety issues, ...
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Feuerstein, Kak, Frawley: Ancient India, the cradle of civilization
Now, reading this book, I have found that, perhaps, the Indian texts that go under the collective name of "Veda" are ...
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Joe Schwarcz: The genius of the bottle
Usually the first approach to a book is guided by the reading of the title, it will be wrong, but if I do not like it ...
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Matt Ridley: A rational optimist
According to the author, Matt Ridley, one must be optimistic. Matt Ridley (1958), a graduate of zoology in Oxford, is a ...
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