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The order has been carried out : history, memory, and meaning of a Nazi massacre in Rome

Author: Alessandro Portelli
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Palgrave Macmillan edView all editions and formats
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"On March 24, 1944, Nazi occupation forces killed 335 unarmed civilians in Rome in retaliation for a partisan attack the day before. The Order Has Been Carried Out is an oral history of the massacre, of its background and its aftermath. The moving stories of the victims, of the women and children who survived and carried on, of the partisans who fought the Nazis, of the common people who lived through the tragedies
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alessandro Portelli
ISBN: 1403962081 9781403962089 9781403980083 140398008X 9781403981691 1403981698
OCLC Number: 51805025
Description: 329 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Contents: The Narrators --
There Was No Request --
The Sense of History in Rome --
Context and Background --
Where Stories Begin and End --
Oral Sources --
Creation and Use of Sources --
The Time of Names --
Rome --
Places and Times --
Beginnings --
The Magnet --
Building Fever --
The Heart of the State --
Soldiers --
In the Shadow of St. Peter's --
Roman Hills --
Portico d'Ottavia --
Monuments: Testaccio, Trionfale ... --
Via della Pelliccia --
Twenty Years: Fascism and Its Discontents --
Working-Class Worlds: San Lorenzo and the Valley of Hell --
Historic Streets: Ponte, Regola, Tor di Nona ... --
Students --
Concentration Camps: Gordiani, Val Melaina, Primavalle ... --
A Street in the Center: Via Rasella --
Acts of War --
Race Laws --
Africa, Spain, Russia ... --
War from the Air: San Lorenzo, July 19, 1943 --
Death and Rebirth of the Homeland: Porta San Paolo, September 8, 1943 --
Portico d'Ottavia, October 16, 1943 --
The Fosse Ardeatine --
Resistances --
Incipit --
Open City, Captive City --
Let Them Know They're Not the Masters of Rome --
Memories of War --
Long Heroism: The Military Underground Front --
Identities, Allegiances, Memory --
Anzio, Forte Bravetta, via Tasso ... --
Via Rasella --
That Day --
The Germans Who Sang --
The Sleeping Dog: Cause and Effect --
Lists, Posters, Orders, and other Missing Texts --
Personal Responsibility and Collective Guilt --
Politics of Time --
Should We Have Turned Ourselves In? --
What Was the Use? --
The Massacre --
The Jail --
The Road --
The Black Hole --
Women Who Seek.
Responsibility: Alessandro Portelli.
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