As a nation state, Italy has emerged only in 1871. Until then the country was politically divided into a large number of independant cities, provinces and islands. The currently available evidences point out to a dominant Etruscan, Greek and Roman cultural influence on today's Italians.
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There is going to be a conference of former Italian and German POW who were interned in the USA during Worl War II. There may be former soldiers of these nations who have \"other side\" information about Italian Partisans during the war. Peter
I suggest reading a copy of the newsletter www.gentracer.com/newsletter.html concerning the POW conferenceas well as www.traces.org concerning a Professor Luick Thrams who recently relocated back to Iowa from Univ.of Berlin. Apparently he has a larger vision of this topic. This may or may not be of intrest to you but like chicken soup it cannot do you any harm. Peter
Hi, this are biography of Partisans from 1919/1944 in Bologna area:alan wrote:I would welcome hearing from anyone who has done or is doing any research into the Italian resistance movement of WWII.
<BR>Alan<BR><BR>[ This message was edited by: alan on 29-08-2002 23:56 ]
http://http://www.iperbole.bologna.it/i ... enti/A.htm
In ForlÃƒÂ¬/Cesena area:
http://www.criad.unibo.it/isr-forlicese ... afie2.html
http://www.associazioni.prato.it/resist ... rtigi1.htm
http://www.associazioni.prato.it/resist ... caduti.htm
http://www.associazioni.prato.it/resist ... deport.htm
http://www.associazioni.prato.it/resist ... pravvi.htm
and in general for all Italy: http://www.romacivica.net/anpiroma/LINKS/links6.html
OnomasticoYesterday : s. Donato di Fiesole Today : s. Giovanni da Capestrano Tomorrow : s. Antonio Maria Claret