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Italy Divided, by Joaquin Bochaca
A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY
The Last Days of Mussolini & Fascist Italy
It was a tragic time in history, the Italian civil war of 1943-45. The bitter struggle was between the Fascist Repubblica Sociale Italiana (RSI), allied to the Axis, and a mixed bag of Communist partisans and monarchist soldiers on the other hand. After the RSI surrendered, as many as 30,000 Italians were rounded up and murdered by the Communists. Here Catalan-Spanish author Joaquin Bochaca offers this recounting of the tragicomic collapse of Fascismin Italy after 1943.
Italy was a special case—a case apart—a case that, had it not been so tragic, would have been more than comical. Not even Luigi Pirandello, the Nobel prize-winning Italian playwright of multiple realities, would have been capable of inventing a more convoluted plot, in which wickedness, love of conspiracies, treachery and slapstick were mixed in equal parts. We will deal with Italy as expeditiously as possible, without being cruel to the country. [read the entire article as PDF…]
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 26 April, 2012.