Italian Foreign Policy, 1870-1940

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Taylor & Francis, Sep 20, 2001 - History - 476 pages
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Contents

The Sixth Wheel
3
From Independence to Alliance
13
Mancini Robilant and the Mediterranean 18827
28
The Crispi Era
47
Back from Africa
69
The Revival of Italian Nationalism
112
Neutrality and War 191415
133
Italy at the Peace Conference
160
The Watch on the Brenner
223
The Abyssinian War
240
The Brenner Abandoned
291
Munich and After
315
War 1940
337
Documents
371
Notes
416
Bibliography
458

Mussolini and the New Diplomacy
183
ItaloFrench Relations after Locarno
211

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