18 Geopolitics of Italy Geopolitica da italia


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01 Marco Antonsich, University of Birmingham, UK. Geopolitica: The geographical and imperial consciousness  of Fascist Italy. Abstract: THE ITALIAN GEOPOLITICAL TRADITION.  Very few contributions have been published in English on the Italian geopolitical tradition of the interwar years. This is rather surprising, given the fact that, after Geopolitik, Italian geopolitics was one of the largest and most significant in Europe. This article aims to fill this void, by offering a detailed and critical investigation into this intellectual production. Although the article traces the origins of Italian geopolitics back to the 1920s, its main focus is on Geopolitica (1939-9142), the journal which, more than any others, embodied the attempts to give Italy its own geopolitics. Despite its ambitious proposal to become the ‘imperial-geographical consciousness’ of the Fascist regime, Geopolitica remained largely confined within the circle of academic geography and ultimately also failed to influence the development of Italian geographical tradition. Key words: Geopolitica, Italy, Fascism, Geopolitics, geographical tradition.

02 JOÃO FÁBIO BERTONHA  DIVULGANDO O DUCE E O FASCISMO EM TERRA BRASILEIRA: A PROPAGANDA ITALIANA NO BRASIL, 1922-1943

03 Marco Antonsich, La rivista Geopolitica e la sua influenza sulla politica fascista

https://www.academia.edu/2286452/La_rivista_Geopolitica_e_la_sua_influenza_sulla_politica_fascista

04  Roberto Almagia  Geografia

https://ia802703.us.archive.org/6/items/lageografia00almauoft/lageografia00almauoft.pdf

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