10.4000/nuevomundo.3735

Cuando la patria llama: Italia en guerra y los inmigrantes italianos en Argentina

Abstract

Italy's partecipation in colonial wars at the beginning of the 20th century and in the First World War fueled the Italian immigrant's patriotism in Argentina. The war joined together the immigrants and strenghtened their ethnic identity. Same condition was not possible during the Thirties and during the Second World War. Patriotism couldn't provide the unity of fascist and antifascist immigrants and was feared by the Argentinian society as a divisive phenomenon

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