Nationalism and Terror
Ante Pavelić and Ustasha Terrorism from Fascism to the Cold War
About the Authors
Pino Adriano has a degree in History of Philosophy (1968, University of Florence). In 25 years of collaboration with the RAI (Radio Televisione Italiana), he directed and wrote over 100 documentary films about Italian history, culture and art.
Giorgio Cingolani is lecturer at Department of Economics and Social Sciences, at the Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy. He is author of books, essays and articles on economic, social and political history and he participated in various international research projects.
"Adriano and Cingolani set themselves an ambitious task: to summarize the entire history of the Ustasha movement in a single work. Their study sheds much-needed light on the Ustasha movement, particularly from the point of observation provided by Italian diplomatic sources. The book is an easy read and could be useful as an introductory text for international students and the general public, while in terms of scholarship it will be attractive to historians in pursuit of additional empirical material on the interaction between the Ustasha movement and Italian Fascism."—Southeastern Europe
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