Enzo Collotti e l'Europa del Novecento
Soldani, Simonetta (editor)
Emerging from a convention in honour of Enzo Collotti, this book traces his interests and fields of study. These gravitate around the tragic experiences of the Second World War, always played out in a perspective where the horizon is a Europe centred on Germany and on the lacerations that rippled out from Germany itself to embrace the entire continent with the consolidation of Nazism as a totalitarian power grounded in an ideology that was intrinsically reactionary and violently racist. There are six axes of investigation, closely intermeshed, addressed in the various contributions: socialism between the two wars; the lacerations of Germany; the European manifestations of Fascism; the experience of the Shoah, the construction of a shared historic memory of the dramas of the twentieth century and the problems of the Italian "eastern border".
ISBN9788864532905, 9788864532882, 9788864532929, 9788892736528
PublisherFirenze University Press
Publication date and placeFirenze, 2011
SeriesBiblioteca di storia,
History: earliest times to present day