The chapter deals with the sense of different ways in which France and Italy negotiated their transition to peace, without losing sight of the numerous factors which, despite certain similarities in their situation, make each case unique. It offers a means of distinguishing between those factors which, in the transition out of war, were exogenous (the decisions of Berlin London, Moscow ad Wasdhington) and those were endogenous (the weight of traditions, social structures and political precedents).

Two Paths to the Same End? The Challenges of the Liberation in France and Italy,

GRIBAUDI, MARIA GABRIELLA
2015

Abstract

The chapter deals with the sense of different ways in which France and Italy negotiated their transition to peace, without losing sight of the numerous factors which, despite certain similarities in their situation, make each case unique. It offers a means of distinguishing between those factors which, in the transition out of war, were exogenous (the decisions of Berlin London, Moscow ad Wasdhington) and those were endogenous (the weight of traditions, social structures and political precedents).
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