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Separatism, the allies and the mafia : the struggle for Sicilian independence, 1943-1948

Author: Monte S Finkelstein
Publisher: Bethlehem [Pa.] : Lehigh University Press, ©1998.
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"This study examines the separatist movement's origins, its leaders and followers, the actions in which separatists engaged to establish a free Sicily, the factors that caused the movement's demise, and its legacy. This book also examines the relationship of the separatist movement to the United States, Great Britain, and the Sicilian mafia."--Jacket.
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Finkelstein, Monte S., 1950-
Separatism, the allies and the mafia.
Bethlehem [Pa.] : Lehigh University Press, ©1998
(DLC) 98013534
(OCoLC)38495096
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Monte S Finkelstein
ISBN: 058518898X 9780585188980
OCLC Number: 44965140
Description: 1 online resource (289 pages)
Contents: Sicily from Mussolini to Badoglio --
The birth of the separatist movement --
The struggle begins --
Separatism and its enemies --
On the rise --
At the height --
In the balance --
The radical phase --
Decline --
The state acts --
The end.
Responsibility: Monte S. Finkelstein.

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"This study examines the separatist movement's origins, its leaders and followers, the actions in which separatists engaged to establish a free Sicily, the factors that caused the movement's demise, and its legacy. This book also examines the relationship of the separatist movement to the United States, Great Britain, and the Sicilian mafia."--Jacket.

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