Logic of political violence in the postwar period of the 20th century in the eastern Adriatic: a preliminary reconnaissance

Author/s Raoul Pupo
Publishing Year 2017 Issue 2017/74
Language Italian Pages 26 P. 15-40 File size 395 KB
DOI 10.3280/SPC2017-074002
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The Upper Adriatic Borderlands are an excellent case study for analyzing the phenomena of mass political violence in the 20th century in the post-World Wars transition. The article offers an overview of the main historiographical interpretations on the topic. Special attention is devoted to frame the crisis in their respective contexts, to overcome the schemes of national historiography, to relate elements of continuity and novelty among the various seasons of violence, and to shed light on the bonds between violence of the institutions and violence from below.

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Raoul Pupo, Logiche della violenza politica nei dopoguerra del Novecento nell’Adriatico orientale: una ricognizione preliminare in "STORIA E PROBLEMI CONTEMPORANEI" 74/2017, pp 15-40, DOI: 10.3280/SPC2017-074002