Everyday Life in Fascist Venice, 1929-40

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Springer, May 4, 2012 - History - 257 pages
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This book explores the day-to-day 'lived experience' of fascism in Venice during the 1930s, charting the attempts of the fascist regime to infiltrate and reshape Venetians' everyday lives and their responses to the intrusions of the fascist state.

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Venetian life between the wars
Youth in fascist Venice
Festivals and celebrations in 1930s

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Kate Ferris is a Lecturer in the Department of History at University of St Andrew's, UK.

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