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Experiencing War as the 'Enemy Other' : Italian Scottish Experience in World War II, Hardback Book

Experiencing War as the 'Enemy Other' : Italian Scottish Experience in World War II Hardback

Part of the Cultural History of Modern War series

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Italy's declaration of war on Britain in June 1940 had devastating consequences for Italian immigrant families living in Scotland signalling their traumatic construction as the 'enemy other'.

Through an analysis of personal testimonies and previously unpublished archival material, this book takes a case study of a long-established immigrant group and explores how notions of belonging and citizenship are undermined at a time of war.

Overall, this book considers how wartime events affected the construction or Italian identity in Britain.

It makes a groundbreaking and original contribution to the social and cultural history of Britain during World War Two as well as the wider literature on war, memory and ethnicity.

It will appeal to scholars and students of British and Scottish cultural and social history and the history of World War II. -- .

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