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- DescriptionThe war between Italy and the Ottoman Empire for possession of Cyrenaica and Tripolitania was a crucial event both for Italian domestic and foreign policy and for the contemporary European balance of power. For Italian society the Libyan conflict was in many ways a dress rehearsal for the First World War.
- Author BiographyLuca Micheletta is Associate Professor of History of International Relations at the University of Rome Sapienza . He has written widely on twentieth-century Italian foreign policy, including Italia e Gran Bretagna nel primo dopoguerra. Le relazioni diplomatiche tra Roma e Londra 1919-1923 (1999) and L'Italia, il Kosovo e la dissoluzione della Jugoslavia 1939-1941 (2008). He is also Professor of International History at the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI). Andrea Ungari (Rome, 1971) is Researcher in Contemporary History at Guglielmo Marconi University and Adjunct Professor in History of International Relations at Luiss-Guido Carli University. He is a Scientific Representative in the Conference of Italian Regions on the Technical-Scientific Committee for the Tutela del Patrimonio Storico della Prima Guerra Mondiale. His recent publications include I monarchici e la politica estera italiana nel secondo dopoguerra and Atlante Geopolitico del Mediterraneo 2012.
- PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
- Date of Publication01/07/2013
- GenreMilitary History
- Place of PublicationNewcastle upon Tyne
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintCambridge Scholars Publishing
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight386 g
- Width148 mm
- Height212 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Edited byAndrea Ungari,Luca Micheletta
- Format DetailsWith dust jacket
- Edition Statement1st Unabridged
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