Matthew Evangelista Allied attitudes toward Italian civilians during the Second World War ranged from vindictiveness colored by racism to genuine sympathy and a feeling of common humanity
Carson Teuscher This article contextualizes the arrival and subsequent performance of the 25,000-man Brazilian Expeditionary Force (BEF) in Italy – the only soldiers from South America to participate in combat operations against the Axis during World War II
Nicola Cacciatore The article focuses on the difficult relation between the Allies and the Italian population after the Liberation. In particular, the case-study examined is that of the city of Padua.
Kimber M. Quinney This article will examine the role of Italian Americans in the shaping and implementing of U.S. foreign policy toward occupied Italy through the case of Charles Poletti.
Gian Lorenzo Zichi A partire dall’autunno 1943, tra i problemi ai quali il governo militare alleato dovette far fronte in Italia, quello sanitario fu cruciale. La guerra aveva infatti acuito l’incidenza di malattie quali tifo, colera e malaria, con ricadute dirette in capo alle forze anglo-americane impegnate nella liberazione della penisola.